Way­back 90's

Ad­dress: Gil Car­los Street, San Jose, Bal­i­uag, Bu­la­can Con­tact Num­bers: +63923-269-8452/+63977-817-2395 Face­book: Way­back90’s Op­er­at­ing Hours: 11 a.m.–2 a.m.

YES! (Philippines) - - COVER STORY -

Just in time for his birth­day last July 9, empoy opened his new restau­rant, Way­back 90’s, in bal­i­uag, bu­la­can.

“Apat kam­ing magkaka-part­ner sa busi­ness na ito,” he says. “’Yong isa sa mga ka-part­ner ko, may dati nang ex­ist­ing busi­ness. Kaya lang, parang binitawan ng ibang kasama niya, kaya sinalo namin.”

empoy says he was the one who thought of the restau­rant’s name: “Kaya Way­back 90’s, kasi batang Nineties ako. Kasi, min­san na lang kami magk­i­takita no’ng mga ka-batch ko. Parang ito ’yong pinakatam­bayan ngayon ng mga magkak­abarkada no’ng Nineties.”

the restau­rant fea­tures one wall ded­i­cated to Nineties mem­o­ra­bilia: a Nin­tendo Fam­ily com­puter con­sole, Game­boys, brick Games, cas­sette tapes, VHS tapes, and sev­eral pieces of yo-yos. Its menu in­cludes Filipino and Asian fare, such as gis­ing-gis­ing, pina­putok na tilapia, siz­zling sisig, and ori­en­tal chicken. “open kami for lunch hang­gang din­ner. ’Ta­pos, ’yong seven p.m. on­wards, puwede na silang mag-un­wind, ’yong sinu­mang gal­ing sa tra­baho.”

empoy’s Mommy ce­cil and his step­fa­ther, Jing de Guz­man, also have a ca­ter­ing busi­ness called tito Jing’s Pancit at Iba Pa. “Mga lu­tong ba­hay ang spe­cialty,” empoy says.

Mommy ce­cil, who took up a cook­ery course at teSDA (tech­ni­cal ed­u­ca­tion and Skills De­vel­op­ment Author­ity), takes or­ders for packed lunches and plat­ters. In fact, the fla­vor­ful seafood pasta empoy serves the YeS! team was made by Mommy ce­cil. “Gu­ma­gawa din kami ng pancit pal­abok, bi­hon, can­ton, saka mga kakanin,” she says.

cus­tomers may con­tact Mommy ce­cil at +044-767-7152.

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