Taste the New­est Fla­vor in Asian Fu­sion

Manila Bulletin - - Lifestyle -

Food­ies, friends and fam­i­lies can now en­joy a fresh take on Asian fu­sion cui­sine with Sasa Asian Cui­sine, lo­cated at the Es­tan­cia Mall, Capi­tol Com­mons, thanks to Chef Ray­mar Reyes and his team of culi­nary ex­perts. En­joy a gas­tro­nom­i­cal blend of Asia’s best all the way from Ja­pan, Korea, Sin­ga­pore and Malaysia, made even bet­ter with a Filipino twist.

Dishes like the Crispy Pork Belly in Tamarind Glaze com­bine the Filipino’s love of crunch and sa­vory pork with the ex­otic tang of tamarind to cre­ate an en­tirely new fla­vor ex­pe­ri­ence. Their Braised Beef with Ched­dar is an in­ter­est­ing spin on the clas­sic Asian dish, com­bin­ing the fa­mil­iar and ut­terly ad­dict­ing taste of Amer­i­can ched­dar with the ten­der and rich fla­vor of the beef.

For less ad­ven­tur­ous palates, Sasa’s Asian culi­nary sta­ples do not dis­ap­point. With choices like the Hainanese Chicken, Sasa Fried Chicken, Honey Spareribs, Braised Pork Noo­dles and StirFry Noo­dles, those who are keen for the fa­mil­iar will still feel very much at home at Sasa.

With a vast ar­ray of Asian­in­spired culi­nary choices, Sasa’s bold and orig­i­nal take on the best of Asia’s fla­vors def­i­nitely stands out. Each dish feels homey and fa­mil­iar, thanks to its Filipino-in­spired roots, but is also a re­fresh­ing, new ex­pe­ri­ence on its own, mas­ter­fully com­bin­ing unique and no­table Asian-in­spired fla­vors into the mix.

The Menu Group (TMG), es­tab­lished in 2015, is the brains and brawn be­hind Sasa and three other restau­rants, Sangkap, Splice and So­bremesa, all fea­tur­ing ex­cit­ing cuisines which cater to a va­ri­ety of mar­kets. This group of pas­sion­ate, young res­tau­ra­teurs has suc­cess­fully opened up their ven­tures in pop­u­lar up-and-com­ing spots in Or­ti­gas and Man­daluy­ong.

Ex­pe­ri­ence a new take on Asian fla­vors at Sasa Asian Cui­sine, now open in the Lower Ground, South Wing side at the Es­tan­cia Mall, Capi­tol Com­mons, Pasig City. Fol­low SasaCui­sine on Face­book and In­sta­gram for a closer look!

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