Davao Hilltop Restaurant in Davao - Philippines
After a round of club swings at the Golf Masters Driving Range or a visit at the enthralling GAP or Crocodile Farm along Ma-a Diversion Road its a good idea to dine at the Davao Hilltop Restaurant at Shrine Hill.
Shrine Hill is an ideal place for a panoramic view of Davao City, Davao Gulf, and parts of Samal Island, while enjoying a meal of grilled native food dishes. Imagine the ambience, the cool mountain fresh air, and the vivid sights all aroundall these we get at Davao Hilltop Restaurant.
Davao Hilltop Restaurant offers reasonably priced delectable Filipino cuisines and delicacies made more savory by the unique food presentation. Of course, any recipe becomes extra appetizing when were up on the Shrine Hill getting lots of cool breeze blowing from the Gulf.
To get an idea of food prices prevailing in tourist restaurants in the area, an order usually costs around Php 250 to Php 300 per head, or something like $5 to $7. Meal prices at Davao Hilltop Restaurant are a bit lower. Yet, customer service and the facilities are no doubt at par with prevailing classy trends.
Its great to experience Davao Hilltop Restaurant at night when we see the quiet lights of the city below and the fuzzy outline of the horizoneven a glimpse of boat lights on the gulf. The environs of the posh eatery have lots of spots to remind us of the distant past. Many caves in the area were used as hiding places by Japanese soldiers in World War II.
Hill Shrine, where Davao Hilltop Restaurant is perched on, used to be the spot here a Japanese regiment was stationed to view the city and the gulf as the American forces was preparing to liberate Davao City from them. It has been a popular panoramic view provider in the vicinity.
Along Broadcast Avenue in the hilly Matina district, Davao Hilltop Restaurant is near the Shrine of the Holy Infant Jesus of Prague and the Davao Matina Galleria. It is also near Andrews Driving Range. ABS CBN and several posh subdivisions are within the vicinity.
To perk up the appetite nothing beats a trek up the mountains and then later sit down at a table full of gourmet native dishes. Put this in a cozy setting overlooking a commanding view of the sea and getting the whiff of breeze from it, we have the impression of Davao Hilltop Restaurant.