Salu, The Filipino Restaurant, Turns One And Proves Masarap Mabuhay Sa PINAS

Salu, The Filipino Restaurant was successfully opened last June 9, 2016 by the celebrity couple owners, Romnick Sarmenta and Harlene Bautista, opened its doors to the hungry Manilenos to provide authentic treats from different parts of Philippines. With its strategic location and ambiance, the restaurant successfully caters their loyal and new customers with authentic  Filipino recipes. After one year, they thrive and is ready to offer more delectable and unique surprises for customers who deserve more when it comes to Pinoy food trip.

The restaurant opened their anniversary month with a blockbuster promo of buy take 1 take 1 of their famous ‘BLK’ (Binagoongang Lechon Kare-kare). A Piso for Brazo de Kalabasa shall also be enjoyed by the first 100 guests for every purchase of Php500.00 on June 11, 2017. Both of these promos were made to give thanks to all Ka-Salu/s who have dined and craved for the best of Salu plates this past year. “Masarap at nakakataba ng puso ang aming unang taon. So we thought, why not give thanks and extend to our customers those blessings that we earned because of their trust through these simple promos. These two dishes, BLK and Brazo De Kalabasa, are our top moving dish and desert on our first year. So its fitting to grant a ‘one’ of a kind treat with buy ‘one’ take ‘one’ and a ‘one’ peso dessert, as we turn ‘one”, shared by Mr. Sarmenta.

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During the thanksgiving lunch that had happened last June 9, 2017, the celebrity couple also shared a colorful year that was for Salu. These include gaining tie ups with some organizations such as Hashtag Philippines through Antoinette Taus, where average of 300 kids are fed every event with Salu packed lunches that comes with love notes from volunteers. Salu was also chosen to represent the Autonomous Region of Muslim Mindanao for the biggest food convention in the world – Madrid Fusion, where they showcased their best southern dishes that’s available only at restaurant. Chefs, culinary experts and delegates of the congress were in awe with the taste of Mindanao cuisines that’s unique and distinct due to special ingredients such as pampa, that’s famous in Mindanao. Some of the featured dishes include Beef Kulma, Syagul Pagi, Utak Utak and Pyanggang. “We are grateful to be chosen by DOT-ARMM headed by Mrs. Ayesha Mangudadatu Dilangalen, to represent their region at the presitigous Madrid Fusion. We have built this brand to be the culinary authority when it comes to all things Filipino. And being chosen to participate in such convention was an affirmation that indeed, we somehow are in the right path of meeting our mission. Hopefully on our second year, we can serve more authentic plates and continue to be a portal for all guests to discover all the flavors of this country, especially those that are still undiscovered”, says Mrs. Harlene Bautista.

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On its second year, Salu also unveils their campaign #SarapMabuhay. This showcases not just the exciting flavors that this country has to offer but also highlights the abundance of fresh ingredients that can make any kitchen push for magic. It also refers to the kind of people that you dine with which ranges from family, friends and even strangers and the overall experience of ‘salu-salo’ in the Philippines which has always been distinct. The campaign would still highlight the adventures of the owners as they search for the next utlimate plates to bring back home to Salu, to be made available for all who wants to discover more. Exciting products and experiences are also up for grabs for all diners. The Pilipinas Platter, their version of a group feast, gives customers an opportunity to taste all the specialities in different parts of the Philippines. All the cuisines are creatively plated on a special carved Pilipinas wooden plate. Luto Ni Nanay gives moms a chance to cook with the talented chefs of Salu as they learn to prepare one of a kind dishes for the family. All these plus and addition to their already exciting range of pinoy to pinoy fused dishes called Likhang Salu will be served and made available this June!

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Salu, The Filipino Restaurant also serve beverages such as coffee and other drinks that must try of the of every Manilenos. It is also a place for business meetings, family gatherings, venue for birthdays and other occasions.

The culinary authority stands still even stronger on its second year with so much offering to its customers. Visit them for a one of a Pilipinas Food Trip at Sct. Torillo, Cor. Sct. Fernandez, Barangay Sacred Heart, Quezon City. For reservations, questions and queries, you may call Salu’s hotline 02-282-15-12, or contact them through their facebook fan page: https://www.facebook.com/Saluresto/ 

Celebrating 25 Years With Cable Car

Cable Car was founded in 1992 with business purpose related to bar and restaurant industry in the Philippines.

For the past 25 years, Cable Car has been a trusted stalwart in the Philippines’ bar and restaurant industry since it swung open its doors way back in 1992 as one of the pioneer restobars in Metro Manila. After a quarter of a century of serving millions of customers (250 – 300 per day) with sumptuous food offerings and delectable drinks, it’s cemented its stellar reputation among several generations of Filipinos with its San Francisco-style pub ambience, beer pong nights and delectable bar food including famous dishes like Cable Car Rice and Sisig Rice.

With its familiar, comfortable and casual vibe, Filipinos and toursits alike know to make a beeline for Cable Car – an impressive establishment that makes you feel at home from the moment you enter its doors. Over the years, it’s continued to be a popular hangout spot, with most of its regulars being college students and young professionals who flock here to blow off some steam by drinking, relaxing and socializing. But Cable Car is also ideal for families searching for a place to dine out with loved ones, with a full menu of hearty and flavorful dishes – many of which have a Filipino twist – that are perfect for a casual weekday or weekend dinner. Cable Car’s story has been one of remarkable growth and success, resulting in its recent foray into franchising. It’s very first branch – Cable Car Makati – opened its doors in 1992, and was followed by Cable Car Tomas Morato and Cable Car BGC located at the Fort Strip.

The latest Metro Manila branch is Cable Car Ortigas, and the very first Cable Car franchise – Cable Car Iloilo – opened in July 2016. Cable Car will also mark the opening of an exciting franchise in Pampanga this year, quickly followed by another in Alabang. This year, Cable Car is celebrating its 25th year of existence and has much in store to mark this huge milestone. These include a menu revamp to include more special dishes, branches opening 24 hours a day, a food delivery service and a Big Open Grounds Concert Event with a host of exciting activities this November.

With its sumptuous cuisine, refreshing tipples and top quality service, Cable Car aims to continue to provide its guests with an unparalleled and unique experience that they can only get at Cable Car – a home away from home.