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The Orange Bucket conquers Metro Manila

The Orange Bucket - Pampanga's leading Asian-fusion food destination | Championing Local Pride!
The Orange Bucket – Pampanga’s leading Asian-fusion food destination | Championing Local Pride!

In an unprecedented time for restaurants, The Orange Bucket (TOB), Pampanga’s leading Asian-fusion food destination, is defying the COVID-19 pandemic by opening up its first branch outside Central Luzon. 

Manyaman!

The homegrown brand is ready to conquer and bring in its renowned “Messy dining experience” to Metro Manila this coming February. 

The new store—strategically located at the bustling Newport City in Pasay—is the restaurant’s fourth branch next to its San Fernando / Balibago, Pampanga and Plaridel, Bulacan branches.

TOB is particularly known for its best-selling The Big Bang Seafood Bucket, as well as its array of delectable entrees from Thailand, Singapore, Korea, Japan, and beyond. The restaurant’s chefs pay homage to each country by cooking and serving the dishes with first-class ingredients and traditional techniques they personally mastered during cooking classes abroad. 

Since 2016, TOB has devoted to offer the most authentic Asian specialties to Filipino diners, so they do not need to travel far and spend bucks for a satisfying gastronomic experience. 

This same mission plus the high demand in Metro Manila prompted TOB to finally open its doors for discerning diners from the capital, owner Mia Caballa shared.

Another reason, she added, was to bring pride to Kapampangans by introducing a brand that was born at the heart of the countryside. 

Caballa noted that TOB is committed to redefine Metro Manila’s dining scene by dishing up fresh, no-frills seafood and Asian-fusion dishes at an affordable price, matched with unparalleled customer service and homey ambiance for the delight of families, locals, and tourists alike. 

For more promos, visit https://www.facebook.com/TheOrangeBucket

For a safe “Messy dining experience,” Caballa said they will strictly mandate diners to follow their health protocols and safety guidelines including wearing of face mask and face shield; temperature check; filling out self-declaration form; disinfecting hands and shoes upon entry; and social distancing. Moreover, QR code menus are provided at each table to keep diners and staff as safe and socially distant as possible.

The Orange Bucket – Newport City is located at The Orange Bucket A1 -A6, Palm Tree Villa 2, Newport City, Pasay, Metro Manila. For more information, call (0917) 703 0278 or check out its official Facebook page: The Orange Bucket – Newport City.

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