Don Diego’s Kitchen

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Let’s all support Jeff Obstaculo of Don Diego’s Kitchen!

 

How it all started

Started last year July 8, 2019 in Guinobatan Albay, Bicol Region. It’s a mixed Bicol’s cuisine and Pinoy’s favorites like pansit, burgers, etc.  Its name and affordability got the attention in social media. The jowa and tropa is the magic word that’s why millennials and gen z like it.

 

Inspiration

Share good food and taste to others. Happy tummy happy life.

 

What are you most proud of in your place, food or service?

Food.

 

What Pulutan or dishes would you recommend to first-timers and why?

Jowa meal pulutan edition and jowa meal highblood edition.

 

How about the drinks? 😁 What would you recommend to first-timers and why?

Hokkaido milktea.

 

Where are you located?

Los Banos, Taguig, Albay

 

Operating Hours and How To Order

9am to 7pm

 

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