Tiny Kitchen's Best Sellers

Tiny Kitchen is one of the best food places in Davao city. This restaurant specializes in serving Spanish cuisine and delicious sweet treats. Just recently, I visited Tiny Kitchen with my fellow Davao Bloggers for Krispy Kreme's Pre-Launching Event. The chef/owner, Vincent, of the place made sure that we get the best things from their menu. In fact, he suggested that we order for the best sellers. So... let the fiesta begin!


Paella is a Spanish food which is made of flavored-rice and a variety of ingredients cooked together. Tiny Kitchen serves three kinds of Paella. The organizer of the event ordered the most-loved paella of all - Valencia. It is a perfect mix of rice and sea foods. The taste is absolutely delicious! The variety of sea foods  (crabs, shrimps, squid, fish) and vegetables makes the dish a must-order. 



For healthy-conscious customers, Tiny Kitchen's Caesar Salad is highly recommended. From the picture above, you can already see that this fresh salad is delightful. 



Pasta-lovers will also enjoy their dine at Tiny Kitchen. The pasta is prepared the right way. Customers can get a high guarantee that they will love the way the pasta is cooked. Plus, the sauce tastes good especially with basil leaves on it. Oh, spicy and sweet mixture! 


Above is a picture of one of the dishes served on our table. Unfortunately, I wasn't able to get the name for this order. All I can remember is that my favorite part of this food is the potato. Well, you can't blame Chic Foodie for loving potatoes so much.

This is another addition to our order. The chicken dish is among my least favorite not because it tastes bad but because the other foods we ordered were better than it.


The dinner wouldn't be perfect without ending it with sweet concoctions indulgence. These cakes made my dining a complete blast. Tiny Kitchen is known in the city for serving the best desserts for those who have a sweet tooth. 

Tiny Kitchen is located at Torres Street, Davao City. The place is open on Mondays to Saturdays at 10AM to 2PM then 6 to 9PM. For reservations and inquiries, you can call (082) 305-9232.

21 comments:

  1. Waaah! We'll visit Davao next year! I'll them a visit!

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  2. Yeah I saw this place when we at at Verdebarr just across the street. A friend told me that this place is good. I will try dining at Tiny Kitchen one of this days =)

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    1. You should visit Tiny Kitchen since na-visit mo na ang Verdebarr. Btw, I love Verdebarr's sald and sausages! I will write a review about their place soon :)

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  3. It looks like they have good food but why is their name Tiny Kitchen?

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    1. This place used to be "Tiny." But eventually, the owner-spouses succeeded in their food business venture. Tiny Kitchen is not so tiny today :)

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  4. Tiny Kitchen is a good place to unwind with friends and relatives. Owned by husband and wife tandem, Vincent and Donna Rodriguez. The first time I visited this place(when I was not into blogging pa), I love to order CHOCO BRAZO RED VELVET CAKE and PAELLA NEGRA. Hmmmmmm....I miss it already!

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    1. Chef Vincent is really amazing! He does not simply manage the place. He also cooks and prepares the meals for the guests :) No wonder where his success is coming from!

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  5. Waaah the pasta and cakes look delish!

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  6. hmmm... another place to visit in Davao just in case I find myself lost. they all look delish, and i'm particularly drawn to Paella

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  7. I'm curious, what are the other types of Paella? I was never aware there are other varieties :)

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    1. I can't remember the names! All I know is that there are three kinds of Paella served by Tiny Kitchen. I'll let you know once I get the names na :)

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  8. If I had a chance to visit this place, it will certainly be the paella and the desserts for me.

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  9. valenciana is my moms fave!! love the pasta too! xx

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  10. It seems Davao is also a foodie haven. Hmmm ... must go to Davao.

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    1. Yes sis, it is! Tell me when you come and visit the city :)

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  11. Everything looks delish and healthy too especially the last photo..I was like drooling! ^_^

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  12. i always visit Davao but never been to this restaurant ...from your pic , i think i should try this one of these days... love the crabs...

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    1. Yes! Davao is really a perfect place for the foodies <3

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  13. Wow! The crabs!! gosh. I will just put this place in my to-go list. But I will share this to my friends in Davao.

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  14. Oh I'd love to try those cakes! The one with lots of marshmallows haha!

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