The Fat Cow has recently rolled out some of its Asian-inspired specials. On Friday, me and a friend had the chance to try out some of these delicious meals.


The meal kicked with a Cheesy Beef Fondue with some bread. For those who love cheese you will really enjoy this. It was a cheesy and hearty dishes.

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Cheesy Beef Fondue
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Cheesy Beef Fondue

We then had the Angus Beef Satay with pineapple rice and green papaya salad. The beef we had was properly cooked and was flavorful. The pineapple rice was also delicious. The green papaya salad was also great and I love the spicy kick from it.

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Angus Beef Satay with pineapple rice and green papaya salad

Next was the Asian Glazed Pork Belly with kimchi rice. The pork belly was flavorful and I find the kimchi rice to be really delicious.

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After our lunch we had desserts at Dairy where we had their Signature Chocolate Cake, Chocolate Chip Cookies, Parmesan Cheesecake, and a coffee-based red velvet drink.

Signature Chocolate Cake

The Signature Chocolate Cake was rich. I also find it not to be too sweet, which is good for those who are not really into sweets.


I think cheese lovers will enjoy the Parmesan Cheesecake, which was very cheesy. 😉

Chocolate Chip Cookie

Chef Patric Co made some changes for his Chocolate Chip Cookie. Instead of using chocolate chips, he opted for chocolate bars, with a bar right at the middle of the cookie. Despite the changes, the cookie was still really good.

Iced Red Velvet coffee-based drink

The iced Red Velvet coffee-based drink was refreshing and also good.

Overall, it was a great and tummy filling lunch for us.

The Fat Cow is located at Mabini Ext. Corner V. Mapa St.

Check out my previous articles on The Fat Cow and Dairy below:

Table for three at The Fat Cow

Lunch at The Fat Cow

Dairy: Davao’s new desserts destination

This was an invited lunch but all opinions are mine

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