Sangkap of­fers recre­ated clas­sic Pi­noy fa­vorites

Business World - - BULLETINS -

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.

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