Sangkap offers recreated classic Pinoy favorites
ONE OF the best ways of exploring the richness of the Philippines is through its flavors. You can either travel far and wide or choose to sit back, relax, and be comfortably served with authentic Pinoy gustatory delights in Sangkap Filipino Restaurant.
Fast becoming a go to venue for Filipino food with a modern, more flavorful spin is Sangkap by celebrity chef, Raymar Reyes. Chef Raymar took a new approach in recreating classic Pinoy favorites from different regions in the country in one menu. The dishes he offers here gives us a shortcut to experiencing iconic dishes all over the Philippines.
Most of Sangkap’s tasty and affordable dishes come in group portions, with bestselling Cebu Lechon Sinigang, a favorite for its unique mango broth base and other spices. Another popular one is the Ivatan Kilawin, which has a blend of tanigue, shrimps and squid mixed with rich coconut milk. If you haven’t traveled to Mindanao yet, you can have a taste of that side of the country too with their Zambaonga Adobong Baka sa Gata.
To jumpstart Sangkap’s 2nd year with now three branches in town and more coming up soon, they are launching Fiesta Packs. Starting Nov. 11, customers can now order in party sets, good for 10 persons each of your selected regional favorites. This will solve your food celebration needs especially this coming Christmas season.
These selections will be available via Food Panda App for delivery or may be picked up in any of the branches. For store pick- up, place your orders a day before at 0917- 500-3187.
Sangkap is initially offering 16 varieties, a balance of selections fitting for any event at home, office or anywhere else. These include sotanghon guisado, Malabon pancit palabok, pinakbet, chopsuey, Sangkap rice, tapa rice, sisig rice, Pampanga sisig, tokwa’t baboy, Sangkap classic piniritong manok, bagnet dinuguan, bagnet karekare, Cebu lechon sinigang, binagoongan bagnet, humba, calderetang lengua, and Manila pares.