Busganan and Their Putragis na Sabaw

by | Jun 19, 2016 | Davao, Features

Working in Obrero has its perks, especially when it comes to food options. This part of the city is home to Japanese, Korean, Chinese, Filipino restaurants and more. These options cater to different budgets too. If you want to splurge on food, there’s a steak house, a classy Korean and family serving restaurants. If payday is still a week away, there are food combos on a budget. One great addition to that wide variety of food options is Busganan.

The Ambiance

I recommend going there dinner time to avoid the heat. The place is open air, and doesn’t have air conditioning which means it can get pretty hot if you go there for lunch like we did. It’s a good thing they have fans everywhere.

Busganan has less than 10 tables so it’s best to go there early, as it can get pretty packed based on the photos I see on Facebook. It’s basically a clean industrial but homey feel to it, with really nice waiters. 🙂

The food

Specializing in Filipino food, their current menu includes:

  • Creamy Pork Sisig
  • Lecheng Kawali (Lechon Kawali)
  • Lemon Chicken
  • Gimme Face (Kilawing Maskara sa Tuba)
  • and Putragis na Sabaw

Another reason why cool weather is ideal when eating there is because you HAVE to order one of their best sellers, the Putragis na Sabaw. It’s a must try!

Busganan Putragis na Sabaw and Creamy Sisig

Another best seller is their Creamy Pork Sisig. Since I’m not exactly a Sisig person, I didn’t pay too much attention to it, but it is a crowd favorite!

Busganan is Located in Lacson Street Obrero and is open Mondays to Saturdays 10am to 10pm. Be sure to visit their facebook page and leave a review here.

Busganan Davao

That’s the restaurant front, with Busganan’s owner, Louie.

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