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8/13/2013

Filipino Dining At Archipelago 7107 by Barrio Fiesta



Serving selected authentic recipes from the north, south and anywhere in between the 7107 islands of the Philippines
When we dine in a Filipino restaurant, we rarely get the full assortment of recipes we have in our country. The Philippines, being an archipelago, has a vast definition of Filipino cuisine. Filipinos from different parts of the country’s cluster of islands have been honing their own recipes and practicing different variations of a similar dish such as Adobo and Sinigang.

Their mean Kalderetang Kambing
For years, most Filipino restaurants in the country serve only their perspective regional recipes. The north has the Kapampangan recipes which gave us Sisig and Pinakbet, the south has given us Inasal na Manok and Kanin sa Puso, but not many Filipino restaurants have given us all of these recipes under one roof.
KBL = short for Kadios, Baboy and Langka. Divine!
Thus the idea of Archipelago 7107 by Barrio Fiesta was born. The concept is to serve selected authentic recipes from the north, south and anywhere in between the 7107 islands we have under one menu, therefore, giving the customer a wider range  of recipes to choose from than your normal Filipino restaurant. Aside from the loved Barrio Fiesta recipes, such as the Crispy Pata, Kare-kare, and Pinakbet, their chef offers rare delicacies from time to time to keep the menu interesting.

Ginataang Adobong  Pato

The ambiance is casual and chic, distancing from the traditional wooden and bamboo d├ęcor most Filipino restaurants are known for. Menu prices range at P120-P695 per dish, serving 2-4 people.

Archipelago 7107 by Barrio Fiesta is a brainchild of young entrepreneurs Antero Sison III, Carlo Lorenzana, Alberto Bacani, and Alan Bangco who teamed up with the third generation restaurateur Tyrone Ongpauco from the Barrio Fiesta chain of restaurants.

It aims to cater to families wanting to dine out and celebrate, and to young professionals wanting to unwind with friends after a successful day at work. After dinner, it  transforms into a full blown lounge bar, eager to please the discerning partyphile.

Archipelago 7107 is conveniently located at the 2nd Floor Fountain Court area in SM Lanang Premier, Lanang, Davao City. Get updates by liking their Facebook page at 



10 comments:

  1. I miss eating gulay na kadios, yum!

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  2. Among the photos you've shown there is only one that I haven't tried, or not that I remember eating, the KBL. I want to make some here though, but the ingredients are just hard to find.

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  3. hmmm all very delicious looking! I would love to try the KBL too :)I wish I could visit Davao City soon :)

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  4. This restaurant offers unbelievably good quality food! Love the ambiance, too, so modern chic :)

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  5. I haven't tried kalderetang kambing, KBL or adobong pato. But I love other dihes of Barrio Fiesta. Our families always go there to enjoy a Filipino dinner together.

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  6. I love this place ate Anna. It's more intimate kasi than Barrio Fiesta but they still serve the best dishes :) Maganda ang location eh!

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  7. Looks very delish and you make me drool too :-)

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  8. Ah, Barrio Fiesta is synonymous with my late dad. It is his fave restaurant back then. This Archipelo 7107 is a great treat for food lovers. Type ko i-try those recipes from the south.

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  9. Nakakatakam naman talaga oh!

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  10. everything looks yummy...we love barrio fiesta and this restaurant of them is something to try when we get back home! :) thanks for sharing.

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