Upon reading the name of the sign, one can already conclude that they serve really good Sans Rival and that it’s their bestseller. If I was invited there for merienda, I would have mistaken it as a only cake or dessert haven.
The bestseller in Lachi’s according to the waitress who’s taking our order is Unforgettable Pork Ribs. I would have ordered that but I wanted to order something different.
I ended up ordering for a roast pork which tastes so good. The meat is tender. It’s sauce is actually the secret to it’s taste.
If you’re craving for pasta, you may want to try Lachi’s pork marinara. Pork marinara is a tomato-based pasta. Lachi’s uses spaghetti noodles with it. Breaded pork strips are placed on top of the pasta. This is the first time that I’ve heard of such since I would usually see in the menu of a pasta place is chicken marinara.
For vegetarians, Lachi’s has something special for you on their menu and it’s called Breaded Tofu. I was not able to try it though so I cannot tell how it tastes like.
After the sumptuous rice meals and a pasta, we had desserts. The desserts served there are not too sweet. My personal favorites are: Sans Rival, Mud Pie and the New York style cheesecakes. In addition, the price of the cakes there are way too cheap compared to the cakes being served in coffee shops in Manila.
Be forewarned that Lachi’s is not a big restaurant (as of this writing). If you’re group is a big big group, they may not be able to accommodate all of you.
For Davao tourists and or Lachi’s first-timers, I would recommend to try also the Durian cheesecake for dessert since it’s not really found everywhere.
Thanks to Ria Jose of My Davao City for organizing the meet up at Lachi’s
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