Davao City is the home to thousands of barbecue or ihaw-ihaw eateries and restaurants catering to a diverse range of classes. From the upscale to the hoi poloi.
Right smack in the middle of the dining scale is Berlind's Ihaw-Ihaw located in a nook along Jacinto Extension (near Central Convenience Store).
The eatery is frequented by students (because of its student-friendly prices) and also by office employees and professionals wanting to gorge on a hearty ihaw-ihaw meal.
Must try ihaw-ihaw or grilled specialties are their pork barbecue at P12/stick, baticulon (chicken gizzard) also at P12/stick and their bariles panga at P80/panga.
Pork barbeque P12/ stick
Tuna panga P80/order
You can also try their kinilaw (P30/order) or tinolang manok also at P30/order.
Together with three of my media colleagues we tried out Berlind's ihaw-ihaw offerings. We ordered 2 tuna panga, 5 pork barbecues, 2 kinilaw plus rice (P5/cup) and a litro of Coca-Cola our total bill was P335. Or P83/person if divided equally between the four of us.
If you're looking for a lunchtime ihaw-ihaw experience without worrying over the price, then you might want to try Berlind's Ihaw-Ihaw .