Filipino fu­sion cui­sine at Aposento branch here

Sun.Star Davao - - BUSINESS - By Jen­nie P. Arado

APOSENTO Makati of­fi­cially opened its first branch out­side Metro Manila at Matina I.T. Park, Davao City last Fri­day, Novem­ber 10.

Even as more and more restau­rants are be­ing built in the city, Aposento owner Jasper Huang ob­served that there are still less restau­rants found in the south­ern part of Davao City thus he de­cided to ex­pand Aposento Makati at Matina I.T. Park specif­i­cally ca­ter­ing to fam­i­lies and peo­ple who would want to un­wind. Their of­fi­cial open­ing was graced by Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte-Car­pio.

“Aposento is orig­i­nally from Makati. Now, we de­cided to branch out to Davao. We’re serv­ing Filipino Fu­sion cui­sine. We have very af­ford­able prices with the nice am­biance. Our price is very af­ford­able for good dishes,” he said.

Their spe­cialty meals in­clude Chili Beef Tri­an­gles, Crispy Bata, Pi­nakbet, Sini­gang na Tadyang ng Baka, Suam na Mais, Crispy Beef Tapa, and Chicken Bi­nakol among a lot more.

“We’re tar­get­ing the fam­i­lies. We’re open from 11 a.m. un­til 1 a.m. be­cause some­times there will be oth­ers who want to un­wind and be left here for a while. They can also drink,” he said.

As Filipino Fu­sion is not an un­com­mon con­cept of restau­rants, Huang said they opt to main­tain the qual­ity and the con­sis­tency of their food taste.

“As we can see right now, in the south­ern part of Davao City, there are limited choices of restau­rants ex­cept when you go to the mall. It’s the per­fect time also to open here be­cause Davao’s pop­u­la­tion is grow­ing and there’s a great in­flux of tourists who come to Davao City,” Huang said on lo­ca­tion of the restau­rant in Matina.

They plan to ex­pand one place at a time with Cebu City and Ba­colod City branches eyed. He tar­gets to have a branch ex­pan­sion ev­ery year.

Novem­ber 10. MARK PERANDOS

NEW BRANCH. Aposento Davao, which eyes to cater to fam­i­lies and young adults, of­fi­cially opens at Matina I.T. Park, Fri­day,

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