It is no surprise that Filipinos love to eat, and that is the one of the reasons why many businessmen venture into food and beverage industry. Eating is our way of living. We eat because we are happy. We eat because we are sad. We eat for so many reasons and the thing is, we never run out of reasons as much as restauranteurs never run out of ideas to make people look forward to something new. But the real question is, how to be successful in business? And just so we’re clear, this blog post is not created to give tips on how to make your business grow, but surely you’ll learn a thing or two. LOL.
Josiah’s Catering gets serious about business expansion, and it’s showing no signs of slowing down. Its subsidiary, Josiah’s Hospitality Management, is focused on hotels management and food and beverage operations for hotels and resorts. Through this, the company remains aggressive in growing its brand by venturing into its first F & B operations management.
Bodega Kitchen & Bar is the go-to dining and drinks stop at the heart of Salcedo Village. The sit-down restaurant can house 40-50 customers and its an ideal place for a more intimate and casual dining experience, featuring progressive Filipino cuisine and adventurous signature cocktails.
Korea has great influence to us Filipinos that it is unquestionably affecting some people’s way of life, may it be the way they dress and accessorise or the way they wanna spend their idle time by binge watching over KDramas. But of course, let us not disremember the thriving food scene that promotes Korean cuisine which is honestly making a lot of us happy! I know how it feels when you are watching a KDrama and then suddenly crave for Korean BBQ (or anything Korean!), and that is why I am grateful for Korean restaurants that are offering unlimited Korean BBQ because they know exactly what we need!
Fat Fook Kitchen is a homegrown concept with a wide and excellent menu selection of authentic Taiwanese Style Cuisine and comfort food – from street food to traditional dishes, all in generous serving size. Their varieties are the result of Rachel Kao‘s, the Executive Chef, effort to bring a piece of her hometown in Taiwan here in our country, the Philippines. She carefully crafted each recipe that will surely appeal to the taste buds of Filipinos and at the same time, continuously trying to add a dash of Taiwan’s modern cooking techniques to Fat Fook Kitchen’s menu, enhancing the flavour of the traditional cuisine and giving the customers a new experience.