March 7, 2015

DINING: Davao's Pers Satti Haus

Davao’s Pers Satti Haus is the new addition to the growing food scene in Davao city - cheap, filling, satisfying and delicious authentic Tausug food and certified halal.

Halal simply means permitted or lawful. So when we are talking about halal foods it means any food that is allowed to be eaten according to Islamic Sharia law. This means that for any food to be considered halal it must comply with the religious ritual and observance of Sharia law. - www.halalchoices.com.au

Popular dishes of Jolo and Zamboanga, now in Davao.


Pyanggang 
 spicy chicken with burnt coconut meat, onions and coconut milk, 
served with Kyuning (turmeric rice), 
Sambal and hardboiled egg


Satti and Tahmu 
 marinated chicken and beef skewers with steamed rice in woven palm baskets 
served (swimming) in spicy sweet sauce


 Putli Mandi 
sticky flour balls filled with bukayo or sweetened young coconut meat 
rolled in grated coconut. 
“Putli” means white and “mandi” means “bath”


Daral lappit 
 fresh lumpia-like wrapper with sweetened coconut filling


Kahasug
native coffee from Jolo with a smoky and slight bitterness with no acidity, 
much like a tamed-down corn coffee. “Kaha” means coffee and “sug” means Jolo


Davao’s Pers Satti Haus is located at Unit 25-26 Tiyanggehan, Matina Pangi, Davao City, adjacent to Hardwaremaxx, walking distance from Matina Centerpoint.

OPEN daily from 10:00AM to 8:00PM except on WEDNESDAYS.



No comments:

Post a Comment

you might also like this:

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...