Dagat-Dagatan … where food meet people away from home!
Dagat-Dagatan is a popular marketplace for seafood in Malabon, Philippines. The town folk named the place Dagat-Dagatan (“man-made ocean”) as it was the trading place for sea food even though the place itself is far away from the ocean. Selling and eating fish became the way of life in Dagat Dagatan. It is believed, Dagat-Dagatan has been in existence even before the Spaniards came to the Philippines in the 16th Century.
With the opening of Dagat-Dagatan in Dubai @ The Flora Grand Hotel . . . Filipinos, other nations and lovers of seafood will experience authentic Philippine seafood cuisine prepared by well-trained Filipino Chefs. From grills and pan fry to sauces and soups, diners will truly love and enjoy the gastronomical taste of Dagat-Dagatan inspired seafood meals cooked in unique varieties.
Dagat-Dagatan in Dubai is “home away from home” for the Filipinos. It’s the place that will kindle and warm your appetite for family home-cooked Philippine native dishes. It’s the place to meet new friends and build a strong bond among their fellow Filipinos or “kababayans.”
Yet, Dagat-Dagatan in Dubai is not just an appetizing showcase of authentic Philippine seafood cuisine. This 120-seater fine dining restaurant also serves international and continental buffet breakfast which can serve all other foreign guests. Lunch and dinner ala-carte menus offer a wide-array of other Philippine cuisine aside from seafood. The restaurant also caters to special group bookings and has been engaged to handle the banquet and room service requirements from the hotel’s in-house guests.
Dagat-Dagatan is trade mark owned by exclusively by Maxflavour Hospitality Consulting FZE.