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