Don Beppe Italian Restaurant

Don Beppe

The Giant pizza next to my Giant tummy

In one of my top three favorite cuisines, Italian happens to be one of them so I was rather excited to eat in Don Beppe’s. This small restaurant boasts of having authentic Italian cuisine and none of those fast food mumbo jumbo. Here you get the real deal with oven baked pizzas, delicious thin crusts, real risottos and many more!

The moment we got inside the restaurant I could not help but smell that delicious familiar smell of Italian food. I know in Cebu you get the authentic Italian cuisine from la Buona forchette di Paolo. In Davao I believe it’s Don Beppe.

Don Beppe

Don Beppe’s Italian Restaurant

We started with some delicious appetizers such as the familiar Mozarella sticks, Bread sticks, and Bruschetta. I love the bruschetta! What can I say, I’m a sucker for tomatoes and cheese. It’s practically why I love Italian cuisine particularly pasta and pizza. After we stuffed our selves with the appetizers I then delved into the pastas.

 

Don Beppe

Mozarella sticks 😀

For the pastas we got a good serving of Pasta Marinara, pasta putanesca, fettucini al carbonara and white seafood pasta (I’m making up the name because I forgot what it was). I also learned from Ate Ria that Pasta Putanesca means pasta with very many ingredients. Ate Ria is quite the chef you know.

 

Don Beppe

Pasta Marinara 😀

Don Beppe

Fettucini al Carbonara 😀

Don Beppe

Pasta Putanesca (I love green olives!)

Don Beppe

Pasta with lotsa clams (I’m sorry I forgot le name T__T)

What was new for me though was the Risottos because we never really ordered it back home. This was then my first time to try eating Risotto. It was much to my delight that we got to try at least three different kinds of Risottos. We tried the mushroom risotto, seafood risotto, and lastly the oyster risotto. My favorite would have the be the Mushroom risotto. I definitely recommend their Risotto if you’re planning on getting a Risotto.

Don Beppe

Mushroom Risotto 😀

Don Beppe

Oyster Risotto 😀

Don Beppe

Seafood Risotto 😀

Lastly we got to try four kinds of pizzas. We had the Quattro formaggi (four cheese pizza), Pizza Diavola, Roma Beef Pizza, and the Don Angelo Pizza. I really love the Quattro formaggi as this contained all four cheeses mixed together in one pizza goodness. I also enjoyed the variety of ingredients in the Don Angelo pizza. The texture and taste of the dough made it obvious that they did everything in a brick oven using wood as fuel. It’s definitely different from what I taste in the malls.

 

Don Beppe

Beef Roma pizza 😀

 

Don Beppe

Quattro Formaggi 😀

Don Beppe

Don Angelo pizza 😀

Don Beppe

Pizza Diavola

 

Don Beppe

Pizza Micaela :p

Don beppe

“Don’t look! I’m nekkid!”

In conclusion I can say that they offered a lot of dishes and you really can’t get bored going back to this place over and over again, most especially if you’re a pasta or pizza lover like me. I suggest you be with a group if you want to enjoy their selections because it seems like they really have their meals for the family sized servings.

 

Don Beppe

sweet Strawberry shake 😀

This restaurant really knew how to bring out the wonderful authenticity of Italia. This is definitely in my “i-shall-return” food stops if I get to go back to Davao.

Group pictures below!

Don Beppe

DAX and Mica 😛

Don Beppe

Powerpuff girls :p

Don Beppe

Group shot!

Don Beppe

One more time :p

A photoblogger in his twenties, Johnn’s advocacy is to share photos to the world. He loves freediving, birding, reading, eating, travelling and meeting new people. He is usually game for anything new and interesting. You can follow him on Twitter: @Photoblogger

Facebook Twitter Google+ Flickr 

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...
Be Sociable, Share!

One thought on “Don Beppe Italian Restaurant

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *