FAT DOIS

Sun.Star Cebu Weekend - - Treats -

The famed red door along A.S. For­tuna Street in Man­daue City could be aptly called a por­tal to heav­enly de­li­cious food. Serv­ing cheesy and meaty good­ness to its pa­trons, Fat Dois — the ori­gin of the name stems from the own­ers’ term of en­dear­ment to each other, “Doy”— has set the bar higher for com­fort food. Scrump­tious eats at af­ford­able prices? No won­der there’s al­ways a line of pa­tient cus­tomers out­side wait­ing for their com­fort food fix.

Fat Dois’ small menu is enough for peo­ple to buzz on­line and off­line of how de­li­cious their dishes are. The Cheese Ribs, Cheesy Chix and Spicy Noo­dles are served on hot plates a-top por­ta­ble bu­tane burn­ers where pa­trons can melt the cheese them­selves and coat it on their pre­ferred meats (chicken or pork) or keep the cheese and noo­dles warm.

Fat Dois uses a com­bi­na­tion of moz­zarella, ched­dar and cream cheese for their mouth­wa­ter­ing cheesy dishes, which in­cludes the Cheesy Chix, chicken ten­ders that come in three fla­vors: spicy, bar­be­cue and gar­lic soy.

CHEF AND OWNER JOSEMARIA YLAYA III DOES A MOUTH­WA­TER­ING CHEESE PULL FROM THE CHEESE RIBS, A CROWD FA­VORITE. THAT RED DOOR, THOUGH

Spicy Noo­dles with Spam and Cheese

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