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Published On: Mon, Sep 28th, 2015

Fine dining at Dad’s Menu Tacurong City

Before I start, I’d like to make it clear I’m no food and dining expert. I’ve seen and photographed food, tasted some cuisine and observed food service in a number of places around this country, but that doesn’t make me, a food and dining expert. My humble taste bud, and my other senses, has grown tremendously in its liking or disliking certain food. It’s  all based on a personal experience.  I’ve been wanting a distinctly Tacurongnon food since coming back to Tacurong but thats not easy because  we were known as BBQ lovers ever since. There’s a growing segment of the dining population though who wants better tasting but distinctly Tacurongnon food. So when we went food tasting around Tacurong City, Dad’s Menu was our first stop.

Dad’s Menu has positioned itself as a fine dining restaurant in Tacurong City ever since it started years back. I’ve only eaten in this place twice in the past, but I  frequent their coffee shop when it was still open. I’m surprised by the  “redesigned” interiors when we dined there a week ago. It definitely look elegant, classy so to speak.  Why are interiors and ambiance important to some diners?

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Businessman and office workers who dine afterwork prefer a quite, relaxed environment when dining. Families who celebrate certain occasions wanted a  distraction free and less crowded restaurant.  This is where Dad’s Menu carves out its niche. Ambiance is key to clients coming back. This got me interested, how’s their menu going to match their ambiance. Dad’s menu is a halal restaurant by the way. Dad’s  Menu Country Soup was something new to me but their Beef Kare-Kare (with a whole lot of veggies) was my instant favorite.

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Dad’s Menu Beeef kare Kare

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Dad’s Menu Soup The garlic chicken also taste better than most. Must be the uniform , yummy taste inside out.

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Dad’s Menu garlic chicken

Their service crew are a little bit on the shy side, but I can’t complain. They’ve serve us all with what we asked, fast and smiling.

The manager of Dad’s Menu told us they are still in the process of “catching” the distinct taste of some of their clients, but they are willing to innovate fine dining to catch this market. Also, they are already thinking of operating back their coffee shop. A good news for me, since Tacurongnons badly needed a coffee shop for the growing caffeine addicted yuppies in the city!

About the Author

- I’m a traveler. I work fulltime as a medical professional. I go to different places most of the time I’m off my day job. I shoot photos for fun, hack computers for even more fun and play badminton as my exercise. And yes, I’m not rich.

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