Fil-Global To Host ​Wine & Cheese​ Immigration Night in celebration of the 3rd Year Anniversary

Fil-Global Immigration Services Corporation (formerly Fil-Global Ltd.) recently held a successful Wine & Cheese Immigration Night for its valued members and treasured partners in celebration of the company’s 3rd Year Founding Anniversary. The said event was held on August 7, 2017, 10AM at Roberts Hall, Time Plaza, UN Avenue, Manila. ​According to Mr. Bertch Ian Ranis, Managing Director of FGL, the party will serve as venue for socialization and networking between the guests and the members.

On a lighter note, Mr. Ranis gladly shared that the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has timely granted Fil-Global Ltd the license to operate by the name of Fil-Global Immigration Services Corporation (FGISC) which he considered the greatest gift to the company. He further said that FGISC will surely take its clients closer to their dreams through its service offices such
as Fil-Global Immigration, FG Creatives, JVB Travel & Tours, and PTE Academic Centre.

On the other side of the coin, Mr. Joseph V. Basa, owner of JVB Tours, emphasized that the celebration is dedicated to the valued members and treasured partners of FGISC. He also disclosed that FGISC will give away tickets and hotel vouchers to the lucky guests.

Moreover, Mr. Albert Alde, Chief Operating Officer, has assured the public that FGISC together with its service offices will keep its commitment to deliver the services they truly deserve.

Meanwhile, FGISC is a world-class company that started in the Philippines offering immigration and university placement to the United Kingdom, New Zealand, Australia and many others. The company is composed of professionals from many different sectors of industry who provide
people from all walks of life a stepping stone to achieve their dreams to study, work, and live overseas.

JVB Travel and Tours, on the other hand, the official travel company of Fil-Global Corporation founded in London, is composed of highly skilled professionals, from the mix-sector in the industry of Nursing Health Care, Socio-Civic, Healthcare Management, Employment, Business Development and Marketing and Job Placement, Banking and Finance for almost 5 years.

Finally, PTE Academic Centre, the official English Centre of FGC, offers various English programs designed to meet the demands of diverse disciplines. Each program is tailored to the needs of the students who want to acquire specific functional English communication skills.

Indeed, Fil-Global Immigration Services Corporation believes that taking the first step in achieving one’s goal and ultimate dream may start from sharing moments through great WINE & CHEESE.

Falafel Yo!: Authentic Israeli Cuisine For The Discerning Foodie

Have you visited yet the new falafel place in town? The Best Falafel Sammie in the City. Discerning palates can now enjoy traditional Israeli cuisine at Falafel Yo!,  a new restaurant offering fresh, authentic, healthy, and delicious falafel.

Did you know that Falafel plays an iconic role in Israeli cuisine and is widely considered to be the national dish of the country? Is is a popular street food made with mashed chickpeas (or garbanzo beans), parsley, coriander, garlic, and other Mediterranean spices.

The General Manager of Falafel Yo!, Guy Mann, grew up eating the Israeli treat and wants to share that experience with Filipinos. He aims to preserve the traditional recipes and methods that have been refined and passed down from generation to generation.

During the media event last June 30, 2017, attendees have tried to taste and eat the Falafel Yo beverages and delicious falafel sandwiches. Before the event, I was already craving of their Falafel sandwiches and beverages. I was greatly served with Falafel Yo (P159) sandwich and Lemongrass Juice (P95). For me, the food is fresh, authentic, health and delicious. Of course, their tangy Lemongrass Juice is a perfect refresher for the Manila heat.

Falafel Yo
Lemongrass Juice

Usually served in a pita bread with a choice of vegetables, hummus, and tahini sauce, falafel is perfect for holding and snacking on the move.

Falafel Yo serves 3 different sandwiches – the Falafel Yo (P195), Falafelito (P99), and Falafel Beast (P189).

The Yo is their traditional take on the Israeli sandwich. With 6 deep-fried falafel balls stuffed in a chewy pita bread lined with different vegetables, it’s healthy and filling meal. The Falafelito is smaller version of the Yo made specifically for kids that also makes for a quick snack. It comes with fries and no chili. The Falafel Beast veers away from tradition in that it combines beef and chickpeas for the falafel balls.

“The Beast was something that our team developed to try and innovative the traditional falafel – mixing beef and chickpeas for a flavor that was classic and familiar and yet very different,” Guy shares.

Aside from falafel sandwiches, customers can enjoy salads or add-ons like fried eggplant, homemade hummus, pickled onions (or sumac), roasted green chillies, cabbage, lettuce, and a Mediterranean tomato and cucumber mix. Falafel Yo also boasts homemade dips to go with their sandwiches – the amba, a sour yellow sauce made of mango, cumin, and turmeric, and the tahini, which is a mix of sesame seeds, coriander, and parsley.

Falafel Yo is located at the 3/F Greenbelt 3, Ayala Center in Makati. Situated on the cinema level, with a space that can fit only a few tables and chairs, they aim to provide affordable and hearty munchies for diners and movie-goers. Look out for more branches in the future as Guy and team are also planning on opening more branches within the year, and are targeting SM City North EDSA Annex and Vertis North as possible locations.

Learn more about Falafel Yo! at www.facebook.com/FalafelYo/