Tiny Kitchen Creations

F. Torres St., Davao City, Davao del Sur

Tiny Kitchen Creations
4.5
4.5 Stars

22 Reviewers

  • 5 stars 13
  • 4 stars 8
  • 3 stars 1
  • 2 stars 0
  • 1 star 0
  • 23 Reviews
  • 12 Recommend
  • 22 Reviewers
Category:
Spanish
Business Hours
Open: 9:30a - 8:00p
Phone
+63823059232

Hours

  • Sunday
    • Closed
  • Monday
    • 9:30a - 8:00p
  • Tuesday
    • 9:30a - 8:00p
  • Wednesday
    • 9:30a - 8:00p
  • Thursday
    • 9:30a - 8:00p
  • Friday
    • 9:30a - 8:00p
  • Saturday
    • 9:30a - 8:00p

Payment Options

Cash, MasterCard, Visa

Most Recent Reviews

Ron R.
5.0 Stars

This Caldereta Español is the bomb. The beef is like a melt in your mouth kind of goodness. No words to express how good this resto from Davao is.

Get some deserts for take out from dulce vida too.

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Ping M.
5.0 Stars

Simply the best PAELLA10084128079🏻128077🏻

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Jude N.
5.0 Stars

If you seek good food and yummy dessert.
This place is the best for your experience.
Try their creme brulee cheesecake.. so yummy..
128522

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Krizia R.
5.0 Stars

I found my happy place here in Davao! Tiny Kitchen's food is amazing. They have variety of desserts plus their paella and gambas is amazing and a must try! love their Redvelvet cheesecake as well 128525128525128525 #excellentfood #excellentservice #dessertgirl #spanishgood #travel #davaocity

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Wennifer C.
4.0 Stars

Very homey place. Dessert selection is wide. Too bad most are frozen cakes. Can't bring it back home to my family.

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Maia O.
5.0 Stars

According to my ninang, this is their favorite restaurant in Davao that is why she brought me here. We had Chicken in Mushroom Salsa, Seafood Marinara, and a slice of Isabella's Blueberry Cheesecake. I love their food. Their serving is good enough for two to three persons so it's better to dine here in groups.

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Shareen B.
4.0 Stars

Food so good! I wasn't expecting that the tiramisu was that big 128561 but it was really delicious! 9786

Price/serving: 11088110881108811088
Ambiance: 1108811088110881108811088
Food quality: 110881108811088
Staff: 1108811088110881108811088

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Lenzy L.
5.0 Stars

I loved it.

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Jenn L.
3.0 Stars

Paelle Negra was okay, great amount of seafoods for a fraction of a price Php 405, but I'd still recommend Corazon at Shangri-La East Wing's Paella Negra.

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Jenn L.
4.0 Stars

Yummy and generous servings of food. I enjoyed my Seafood Bechamel Pasta so much I emptied my plate in a jiffy even though the servings were humongous ! 128514 plus it cost just PHP230 , I also had a take out Tuna and Cheese Sandwich in a ciabatta bread which is also pretty good at PHP170.128077 Do visit Davao its people and its food ! 10084

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Alex A.
5.0 Stars

This quaint little restaurant serves hearty and authentic Spanish cuisine! Great value for your money. Had the fish fillet in seafood and tomato sauce for around 300 pesos - my plate had 3 huge chunks of fresh and flaky fish (none of those thin dory fillets!), clams, shrimp and potatoes, and a really really flavorful tomato sauce that went perfectly with the huge chunk of homemade artisan ciabatta they serve your stew with. Could've easily served 2 people too.

Try their bestselling cucumber lemonade - refreshing and perfect for the summer heat. And don't forget dessert! They had a great selection of cakes - we tried the red velvet cheesecake, which was nice and dense.

If ever you find yourself in Davao, this restaurant's definitely worth a visit!

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Cindy L.
5.0 Stars

I loved it.

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Renen C.
4.0 Stars

I liked it.

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Tei A.
4.0 Stars

We just had desserts here since we were too full from our seafood buffet. Highly recommended by our Davao sales team.

Im not a fan of red velvet, but their red velvet cheesecake was soooo good! I didnt expect it to be so creamy, smooth and really cheesy. The frozen mango brazo mercedes and dulce de leche cheesecake were also killers! 128077128077128077

I've been told that their paellas and chorizo gambas are also good. Will definitely come back! 127775127775127775127775127775

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Kathleen L.
4.0 Stars

Tiny Kitchen should be on your must-visit list #WhenInDavao! 128523

Paella Valencia - 4/5
Osso Bucco - 5/5
Paella Negra - 5/5
Gambas Al Ajillo - 4/5

Try also their Lengua -- so good!

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Luis G.
4.0 Stars

Not the first place I'd go to for comfort food, but they do provide tasteful dishes. Not expensive, not cheap. You'll get your money's worth in this restaurant.

Be sure to try: gambas, paella and the frozen chocolate brazo.

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Leanne J.
5.0 Stars

If you happen to be in Davao and are looking for delicious Spanish food and yummy desserts, then this should definitely be in your list for must eat places!!!

Both their Paella Valencia and Paella Negra were very tasty and did not scrimp on the ingredients (squid, chicken, mussels, chorizo, etc). I personally prefer my paella a little more moist but it's taste made up for it. My team mates said that the caldereta and salpicao dishes were really good. I especially liked their dish with squid in black ink sauce stuffed with more squid and chorizo (I think this is what have it a different kick).

For desserts, I super looooved their carrot cake and square indulgence. Others liked the frozen brazo but I still prefer the one of Tita Dimpy Camara from San Lo.

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Randy P.
5.0 Stars

Try the Frozen Chocolate Brazos. It's delightful. 128522

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Troy G.
4.0 Stars

Great ambiance, and great food. They serve a variety of Paella's, including negra, and valenciana (in photo). I think this is their specialty. We only ordered the extra small (good for 1, P375 i think), and another viand. But we were surprised that their "good for one" serving is more than enough for 2 pax!!!

I have to say, their paella was quite tasty, but one major thing is lacking to consider it a great paella... the "tutong" or properly known as socarrat. That is the first thing I look for in a paella. Was quite disappointed when there's none in this, but for the taste, it was good. :)

Will go back here to try their wide selection of desserts. :)

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Albert T.
5.0 Stars

One of the perks of out of town trips is the chance to try dining in places you have not been to before. For this trip to Davao, the new experience was Tiny Kitchen. Not located too far from the Pryce Tower, this quaint little resturant was a pleasant surprise.

They specialize in Spanish cuisine. Ambience is very light and quiet. The waitstaff are pleasant and very accomodating. Selection is quite extensive. We settled on Ensalada de Verdana, Osso Buco and Gambas Al Ajillo.
For dessert, the choices were Frozen Mango Brazo and Dulce de Leche Cheesecake.

Salad serving was generous. A lot of greens, olives, carrots, capers and tomatoes. I was intrigued by the pink vinaigrette and asked what contributed to the cute color. The answer, beets. Fiber before the main course is always great and I enjoyed the vinaigrette on the salad.

Started the mains with the Osso Buco. The beef was very very tender and the sauce so rich and thick. It was mildly spiced and went well with the Garlic Olive Oil Pasta and bread. We supplemented this with the Gambas and were treated to a tastier dish. The shrimps were of the right size and fresh. The kicker with this dish though was the thick sauce. I love how the garlic, tomatoes, olive oil and spices blended so well. I purposely did not order any rice so that I could dip the bread into the sauce. Lovely!

Mr Sweet Tooth was blessed as well when dessert came. I tasted the Dulce de Leche Cheesecake first. While it was good, I am not a fan of cheesecake. I focused all of Mr Sweet Tooth's efforts on the Frozen Mango Brazo. This was a delight to eat. The Brazo itself was fluffy and it was the mango center that was frozen. Sweetness level was enticing enough to make you want to take bite after bite.

So pleasant was my experience with this place that I engaged the owner in small talk and asked if there were plans to open in Manila. Sadly, the answer was no. Instead, she said that gives me motivation to come back.

She may be right!

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