The food scene at the northern part of Davao city continues to grow as Dimyum opens a new store at at Damosa Gateway Commercial Complex.
Dimyum offers delicious Asian dishes ranging from Chinese, Indonesian, Malaysia, Thai, and Filipino among others.
SunStar Davao columnist Jenny Medonza and her family, former SunStar Davao editor Rhealyn Pojas, and I were invited to visit the place and at the same time enjoy their delicious food.
For our lunch, we again kicked things off with the delicious Kueh Pie Tee, which I talked about in a previous post.
Then for the main course, we had the Yang Chow rice, Beef Rendang, Laksa, Spicy Honey Spare Ribs, and Shrimp Foo Young.
We capped things off with Oreo Snow Balls and Matcha Buchi for dessert.
I was running late, so I was not able to try some of the dishes that were new to me. When I arrive, I was still able to try the Laksa, Beef Randang and Shrimp Foo Young. Japanese Siomai was also served when I arrived. Luckily, I made in time for dessert!
I’m sure the Yang Chow and Spicy Honey Spare Ribs were really good as the plates they were served on was already cleared.
The Beef Randang was flavorful and the meat was tender. The Japanese Siomai was also delicious.
However, what stood out to me the most, among the main courses I tried, was the Shrimp Foo Young, which was delicious. I just kept on digging on it and next thing I know, Ate Jenny laughingly told me to just finish it as I was really enjoying.
While the Matcha Buchi was good, it was the Oreo Snow Balls that stole the show. The Oreo Snow Balls were among the best desserts I have had in Davao City and has made its way to my favorite desserts list, which is getting longer. It was sinfully sweet dessert that I will be coming back to.
The new branch is located at the Damosa Gateway, near Yellow Cab Pizza.
To know more about the new branch and our visit here, check out Ate Jenny’s article,
Dimyum Restaurant opens new branch at Damosa.
For my previous blog post on Dimyum click here.