TRAVEL GUIDE CONTENTS
- 1 Traveler’s Discount : Kadayawan Festival Edition
- 2 Kadayawan Menu
- 3 Starter:
- 4 Piniritong Lumpiang Tinapa at Mangga
- 5 Ensaladang Talong with Malunggay Pesto
- 6 Balut A la Pobre Pate
- 7 Bagnet Salad
- 8 Vikings Special Kinilaw
- 9 Soup:
- 10 Balbacua
- 11 Pancit Molo
- 12 Vegetable Entree:
- 13 Laing at Tinapa
- 14 Gising Gising
- 15 Noodle and Rice:
- 16 Filipino Paella
- 17 Satemi
- 18 Bihod Pasta
- 19 Seafood Entree:
- 20 Ginataang Alimango
- 21 Baked Imbao
- 22 Poultry Entree:
- 23 Adobong Manok
- 24 Rellenong Manok sa Mangosteen Sauce
- 25 Beef/Mutton Entree:
- 26 Beef Steak Tagalog
- 27 Spicy Baked Calderetang Kambing
- 28 Inihaw:
- 29 Baby Back Ribs in Durian Barbecue Sauce
- 30 Dessert:
- 31 Brazo de Durian
- 32 Leche Flan
- 33 Cheesecake Sampler
- 34 Mango Sansrival
Traveler’s Discount : Kadayawan Festival Edition
Piniritong Lumpiang Tinapa at Mangga
Vikings offers a different taste of this classic Filipino favorite. They used Tinapa and Mangga instead of the usual pork meat. Suprisingly, it tastes good especially when you dip it in their spicy vinegar sauce.
Ensaladang Talong with Malunggay Pesto
Balut A la Pobre Pate
The crispy bagnet added texture to the salad. It’s something unique which visitors should try especially those who are craving for bagnet from the Ilocos Region.
Vikings Special Kinilaw
Vikings special kinilaw is a mixture of fresh tuna and salmon with pork, cucumber, radish, seaweed and pomelo.
Balbacua is a popular soup in Mindanao. It consists of cow/buffalo’s skin and ligaments simmered for hours and served hot.
A traditional Filipino soup which makes you wonder why it’s called Pancit where in fact it’s made of pork dumplings and not pancit (noodle). The dish originated from the town of Molo in Iloilo.
Laing at Tinapa
A famous dish from the Bicol Region, Laing has become a Filipino favorite dish all over the country. Vikings’ version has the right salty taste with a kick of chili.
Vikings’ Gising-gising uses kangkong instead of the usual main ingredient which is beans. The dish will literally wake you up. It has generous amount of chili paste which make the dish really spicy.
Noodle and Rice:
A Filipino style Paella which I can pretty much compare to adobo rice. It uses a regular rice instead of the usual sticky rice in the traditional Paella.
This is something different as it uses bihod (female tune eggs) as main ingredient in this pasta dish. This one is a must-try. So head to Vikings this Kadayawan 2014.
Imbao is a seashell which is abundant in Davao region. Vikings’ baked imbao is topped with cheese and spinach.
Rellenong Manok sa Mangosteen Sauce
The mangosteen sauce complements with the savory taste of the rellenong manok. The sauce makes the dish more flavorful. A classic recipe with a Davao twist.
Beef Steak Tagalog
Spicy Baked Calderetang Kambing
Baby Back Ribs in Durian Barbecue Sauce
Another classic dish with a Davao twist. The barbecue sauce has durian flavor. The durian taste is not overpowering, it has the right amount of durian flavor in it. A separate durian sauce is also added so guests can drizzle as much as they want. Another must-try dish during Kadayawan.
Brazo de Durian
The durian taste is very subtle that you want more after your first bite. Definitely a must-try dessert at Vikings this Kadayawan season.
It’s my all-time favorite dessert. It’s not too sweet so I loved it. It is topped with fresh mango and watermelon.