Everyone must have enjoyed the recent holiday including the promotions offered by various establishments the past few weeks. So we would like also to thank all our followers who have been visiting our page daily and sharing our posts. Juan in Oman in partnership with Adobo Authentic Filipino Cuisines would like to give a chance to our 5 avid followers to win a dinner for 2.
About Adobo Restaurant
Adobo Authentic Filipino Cuisines serves huge variety of Filipino dishes and provides a combination of excellent food at an affordable price. It also offers authentic cuisines with fun packaging not to mention its enticing ambience too. Adobo Authentic Filipino Cuisines is the answer to the increasing demand for Filipinos who are looking for real Filipino Cuisines, to be consumed not only by our Kababayans but also by the locals and other nationalities throughout the Sultanate of Oman.
Mr. Dowel Deligos established this restaurant on the 28th day of March in 2014, by acquiring Omani business partners with an aim to serve authentic Filipino cuisine to the Filipino community, locals and foreigners in Muscat and the surrounding areas.
He concentrates on dishes from the southern regions of the Philippines to offer something different from the usual fare of Filipino restaurants here in the Sultanate. These are the type of dishes that he normally cooks at home. It is actually also their aim to extend their target of customers beyond the Filipino community that’s why, they are striving to cook and present their dishes at a high standard of home cooking quality and family-style serving.
The house of “Kamayan” style of eating – Boodle Fight (Man vs. Food Challenge)
This culinary experience is gaining popularity not just in Philippines but as well as in other countries here in the Middle East. This Filipino tradition of eating originated from the Philippine military where a big pile of food are served in the middle of a really long table in a mess hall where every hungry soldier eats with their hands symbolizing of camaraderie, brotherhood and equality in the military. The “fight” in the name refers to the act of grabbing and eating as much as the soldier can before others grab them or runs out. Remember this is served to every hungry men so if you’re slow you will definitely run out of food.
Usually, this meal is being served on top of a table lined with banana leaves where rice is placed in the middle and viands are either served on top or on the sides of the rice. No utensils are used when eating and you will use your bare hands to eat so this is definitely not a fine dining experience but trust me, it’s way much more exciting to do this rather than those ones that have multiple sets of cutleries and glassware in front of you.
I hope that by now, I have already set your taste buds and made you crave and have that eagerness to try out some of their food.
We are giving you the chance to dine at Adobo Restaurant for free, so please read on…
5 lucky winners will be selected, each will win a dinner for two, so you and your friend can enjoy their sumptuous menu.
How to Win
- Simply comment on this post and tell us what Filipino food would you like to eat. (No other comment or repeat comment)
- Visit and like Adobo Restaurant Facebook Page – https://www.facebook.com/adoboAFC/
- Like our page – https://www.facebook.com/juaninoman then share this post on Facebook.
We are going to pick the winners by a random number picker on October 1, 2017 at exactly 9:00 PM. Comments beyond the time indicated will no longer be included in the raffle.
Location and Contact details:
Al Mawaleh, Seeb behind Darvesh bldg. close to Muscat City Center & City Center Hotel
121 Muscat, Oman
Mobile number: 9140 5006
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