If this place is worth four stars, then truly good restaurants in Davao like Bon Appétit, Claude's Café de Ville and the White House should be receive eight or nine, since comparing the latter group with this place is roughly equivalent to equating McDonald's with fine dining. This is the local equivalent of "Tex-Mex," but done in a Filipino style, which means sugar is added to most standard dishes, with the inevitable result that the food is fairly tasteless aside from the cloying sugar experience which overwhelms about everything else. Adding sugar to the taco dough used to make quesadillas for example, puts a bit too much emphasis on local tastes.
The menu is standard and not very imaginative, though it's got the whole range of "typical" restaurants of this genre, comparable, in that respect to the menus of TGIF or Hard Rock Café, though the food isn't nearly as good. The ambience is more or less standard, and reasonably attractive and the service, though not at all discourteous, is also fairly standard.
There are lots of good places to eat in Davao, at prices to fit almost any pocketbook. This would not be on any list that I would prepare however.
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