Dampa Seafood Grill is Now "Dumping" Fresh Seafood in Manila

After bringing seafood the way Pinoys know and love it to Dubai and Abu Dhabi, Dampa Seafood Grill opened its doors back to its home here in Manila last August. After opening its first branch in Dubai in 2012, Dampa Seafood Grill is well received in Dubai and has been featured as one of Dubai's top 50 best budget restaurant, which is why they opened a branch in Abu Dhabi in 2018 and now, they’ve opened a branch in Quezon City, Philippines.

With a vibrant yet cozy interior, seafood lovers of all ages can enjoy the fresh catch while bonding with each other over a seafood boodle where they “dump” the seafood on the table (with paper mats).

Aside from a seafood boodle, customers can also enjoy other grilled seafood dishes and non-seafood dishes.

Parking is definitely not a problem since they have ample parking. As for seating capacity, they have more than enough seats in their first floor but if that’s not enough, there’s always the second floor.

Their Seafest consists of shrimp, crab, mussel, clam and corn. It also comes with unlimited rice and 2 liters of fishbowl mocktail.
3 Levels of Spiciness: Level 1 So-So, Level 2 Oh My God, and Level 3 F#CK!
5 Flavors: Medri Gras (Lemon & Herbs), El Mexico (Mexican Spiciness), Salty Eggsperience (Salted Egg in White Sauce), Thai Curry (Thai Goodness), and Cajun (Cajun Spice).

Fish Bowl Mocktail P198

Ultimate Crispy Pata P498

Grilled Bangus P320

Porky Sisig P199

Grilled Squid P329

Crispy Salt and Pepper Squid P275
I love the grilled squid, it's obviously fresh and tender to the bite. The same goes for their crispy salt and pepper squid which is tender and fresh.

Baked Mussel P230
Baked mussels are always a good choice for me, especially if they come in a lot of cheese like Dampa Seafood Grill’s baked mussels.

Freash and scrumptious, their crabs have a lot of aligue or crab fat. Their seafest consisted of both alimango and alimasag. Usually, my husband prefers alimango or mud crab but in this case, he enjoyed the alimasag more. Thanks to the way their alimasag or blue crab was cooked paired with the cajun sauce, their alimasag was made even more delicious.


Dampa Seafood Grill is located at 71 Scout Limbaga Ext, Diliman, Quezon City, Metro Manila.

Operating Hours
12NN - 1AM

0916 105 2421

For more information, visit their Facebook page on: www.facebook.com/dampaseafoodgrillmanila.