Sunday, August 19, 2012

Quick Lunch (Steamed Rice) at Ding Cha Davao


I was within the vicinity of the Davao Christian High School for a certain event and we were given 30 to 45 minutes to take a lunch. Good thing I found this mini restaurant called Ding Cha which is about 50 meters away from Davao Christian High School located at V. Mapa Street, Davao City. 


I love their service and their food. They are so accommodating to their customers.

 
I ordered Pork Steamed Rice and Buko Pandan. And because lunch time is limited, I asked them how long would it take for my steamed rice to be served, I was expecting about 15 to 20 minutes, but they said they can serve it in 5 minutes. True indeed, I got my pork steamed rice in 5 minutes.

 
I like it, so yummy that I was able to finish it in a span of 10 minutes. Aside from the Pork Steamed rice, they also offer seafood steamed rice and other short orders and dishes.

I still have 15 minutes to finish my lunch, I spent it with my Buko Pandan.


 
It comes in a very neat, attractive and delicious packaging. I love the ice-cream-ish effect of their Buko Pandan and it is not too sweet, something that non-sweet-tooth can tolerate.


Next time you find yourself at V.Mapa Street during lunchtime, try Ding Cha.

32 comments:

  1. I want to taste their buko pandan!!mukhang masarap ^__^


    MICHAEL MACALOS
    http://michaelmacalos.blogspot.com

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  2. Filipino food is one of the things that I really miss from the Philippines. Buko pandan salad is yummmy.

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  3. Nice small place in Davao. I will be there next March and definitely will drop by to try the resto.

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    1. sure, you can easily find this place

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  4. The photo of buko pandan made me crave for one...looks yummy

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  5. A good Buko Pandan should always taste like ice cream, in my own opinion. :) Looks really good!

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  6. Oh my, those food items look enticing! I'm not craving for a good pork dish and a big serving of buko pandan! Yum~

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  7. thanks for sharing.. another new place to visit in Davao

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  8. Sometimes, I find it scary when they take little time in preparing your food.

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    1. I think they prepared it ahead of time naman

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  9. Wow! New place to hang out..hehehehe...must try.

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    1. I guess not new, this place has been around pero di lang masyado napapansin

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  10. How much was the meal? :) I'm curious.

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    1. 58 pesos for the steamed rice and 30 pesos for buko pandan..that's all I can afford that time..hehehe

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  11. Sounds like a nice place to catch a quick bite. How much did everything cost?

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  12. wow Davao! it really has a lot of good things to offer especially food.

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    1. agreed... sabi nga nila, mabubusog ka talaga sa Davao

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  13. The Pork Steamed Rice looks to be delicious!

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  14. looks os nice! haha the pork indeed looks great! xx

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  15. I can't wait to visit Davao, so many restos to visit and food to try!

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  16. Same sentiments with Sweethestia. I hope they have a franchise here in Manila.

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