It's location is not in the main streets of Davao City, the place is actually sitting inconspicuously along Palm Drive (a secondary road usually used to avoid the heavy traffic at the main street). Not only that, you won't find any distinct facade nor big signboard to lead you to this cloistered restaurant. You will know that you are in the right place when you see a small placard that stands along the road (not even big enough to get your attention).
We went there last December, tired and didn't know what to prepare for dinner, we decided to have dinner at Belito's Vineyard since I live nearby. When we arrived, there were only a few tables occupied, so I thought maybe this place were unknown because of the location. But, not very long after different groups arrived and the place was filled. It may be hidden from the sight of many, yet Belito's Vineyard has been known to people who loves to eat good food.
As soon as we were seated the waitress came and gave us the menu, she said she will leave us for while, giving us time to leaf through it. There are a variety of dishes to choose from, Spanish cuisine like paella, some French or Italian dishes (pasta) as well as Filipino dishes. We had a hard time deciding what to order. When she came back we ordered the following.
|Crispy Pork Ribs|
|Stir Fried Vegetables with Mushrooms|
Our orders came after a few minutes, everything taste really good or may I say perfect because I simply lost words to describe how perfectly the dishes were prepared and cooked. The servings were plenty, the service were excellent (the waitress was actually very attentive and knows the menu very well) the price is actually reasonable considering the taste & the service. The restaurant is simply decorated with hardwood tables, the ambiance is casual and good for relax dining. This place is highly recommended.
Ferrazzini Compound, Palm Drive
Bajada, Davao City