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Dimsum Power Breakfast

  
After Bruno's exercise and play at Davao Riverfront we rested for a while. Bruno was literally "dog tired" that time. We were supposed to drove back home when we realized that we were hungry.  I was driving around downtown to look for a place to have breakfast but it's either me or Dave doesn't like the places we passed by. We decided to go to Damosa Gateway to see if there are diners already opened at that time.




When we arrived, we saw Dimsum Diner and they are open 24 hours. We were already starving so we immediately went there after I parked the car.

Dimsum Diner has been in Davao City quite a long time already. I still remember their first branch at Guerero St. We go there often after an ove-time work or even after a weekend "gimik" (night-out) where we would take a very early breakfast before heading home. Just like their other branches, the look and interiors possessed an oriental ambiance. For the food they offer dim sum, congee, noodles, rice toppings and short orders dishes. The service is fast and the food attendants are friendly.

Dimsum Interior view
Chinese Breakfast
Dimsum Power Breakfast
We ordered  Chinese Breakfast (ham, sausage, egg, fried rice and coffee) which cost P100 and Dimsum, Power Breakfast (ham, sausage, dried fish, pork tocino, friend rice and coffee) costing P130. It actually taste good and just a right serving for breakfast. Now we know where to go if we are hungry any time =)


Unit 12 Market Basket
Anglionto Avenue, Davao City
Contact No. 082-2351111


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9 comments:

  1. Ang mahal nya for 140 pesos!Grabe naman yan.

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  2. The Dimsum Power Breakfast looks so yummy! I wish they have a branch in Manila, too.

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  3. Mukhang yummy yung Chinese Breakfast! Now I wanna go back to Davao again :)

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  4. Dimsum Diner is really everywhere in Davao City. My favorite branch so far is along Torres Street, in front of the gasoline station

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  5. Magugustuhan ito ng mga turista. lalo na mga taga Amerika

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  6. I've never been to Davao though :( But this looked like one hearty meal!

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  7. This reminds me of dimsum break in manila except that the choices are less

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  8. Dimsum Power Breakfast for the win! I can't consume that alone though. Watch out for the cholesterol/fats!

    Wait, where's Bruno? In the car? :3

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