Misto

Philippine Tatler Best Restaurants - - IN­TER­NA­TIONAL -

WHY GO

Seda Abreeza's airy all-day din­ing nook serves a plethora of in­ter­na­tional favourites in a con­tem­po­rary set­ting.

TATLER TIPS

The res­tau­rant takes pride in its epony­mous dish, the Seda Abreeza Kini­law, a de­lec­ta­ble ver­sion with co­conut milk and gar­nished with tuna crack­lings—a balance of sweet, sour, and a hint of salty. The plump crispy prawns are sea­soned with Misto’s sig­na­ture chilli sauce—just the right tinge of spice and not over­whelm­ing. The ten­der baby back ribs, slow-cooked in a sweet and tangy hickory-smoked bar­be­cue sauce, can be paired with a re­fresh­ing glass of Misto iced tea. Never leave with­out sam­pling the deca­dent dark choco­late cheese­cake made from Davao’s award-win­ning Mala­gos choco­late and cheese.

Mala­gos dark choco­late cheese­cakePHP 1,500-1,999 PER PER­SON PRI­VATE ROOMS

Misto chilli prawns

Rack of ribs

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