Sangkap Filipino using 4 Modern Ingredients


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Sangkap, the newest dining option for Filipino food, has opened doors at Vertis North, Quezon City and Feliz Mall in Pasig. At Sangkap, discover what four modern ingredients can do to make classic Filipino dishes more exciting. These are niyog, sili, kamatis, and mangga.

We also gave life and character to our four main Sangkaps through the ‘guidance’ of Lolo and Lola. We have Mina Mangga, the sweet and hardworking girl; Luis Kamatis, the good boy, top in the class; Sili Cely, the posh and kikay friend and Koko da Buko, the funny and kengkoy boy personality. These adorable Sangkap representations gives strong impressions that they are all about the family. In the near future these will come to life through stuffed toys.

Chef Reymar Reyes said, “We conceive Sangkap as a celebration of cultural heritage with a modern twist on well-loved Filipino dishes across the country. We understand that, despite the countless choices, the Filipino cuisine still proves to be a popular choice among locals who are dining out with friends, workmates and families.”

“The dishes that Pinoys grew up loving provide a satiating filling in their stomachs and a satisfying feeling in their hearts – where the familiarity resonates the warm experience from partaking home-cooked meals that are usually eaten together with your loved ones. This is what we serve our customers at Sangkap,” the internationally-trained chef added.

Ready to satisfy the diners with its sumptuous array of Filipino dishes, a few top picks by Chef Reyes, include the bestselling Inasal sa Gata which features two familiar yet different flavors meticulously combined; the old-time favorite Beef Mechado that is served tasty and tender, the distinctive Filipino ceviche known to locals as Kilawin that is paired with lots of chili and made sweeter with coconut milk; and a reinvented classic Sinigang with mango broth topped crispy Cebu Lechon.

To make your encounter in Sangkap extra memorable, they have unique promotions that will surely make you visit. They have Pinoy Streetfood Festival every Wednesday (which serves complimentary street food platter), 15% OFF on Dishes of Featured Sangkap of the Week on Thursdays, and Sagot namin si Lolo at Lola tuwing Sabado (meals for grandparents are free every Saturday).

Finally, since Sangkap caters to families, they have Anak at Apo Meals and value for money Salo Salo for groups of 4 (Php 1,500), 8 (Php 1,950) and 10 (Php 2,400). The sets are curated to have different sangkaps and best-selling items in them. It also comes with complimentary drinks.

For more information about Sangkap, please don’t hesitate to contact them through Facebook Page and Instagram @SangkapPH and through their website, www.themenugroup.com/sangkap


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