Baler delicacy chain Pasalubongs is now the largest Filipino restaurant chain in the Philippines.
The chain’s owners, who are also known as the “Crazy rich Asians”, claim that the success of their restaurant, which they have owned for five years, is due to the fact that their customers are not only from the Philippines, but from all over the world.
The Filipino restaurant chains in the region have also seen a huge increase in sales and business as they are able to attract more customers from abroad.
According to the latest statistics, the country had 4,500 establishments as of the end of September 2017.
Pasalubangs is located in Pasay City in Baler province, and the chain has already established a strong foothold in the city.
“I have always been proud of the fact we cater to all tastes,” the owners of the chain, who call themselves the “crazy rich Asians,” told the Inquirer.
“We are able for our customers to express their own taste by ordering different kinds of food from different countries and from different ethnicities.
This is something that we really want our customers and their family members to know about us.”
The chain, which also operates in Pampang and Tampakan provinces, has also been gaining popularity in other parts of the country.
“Our restaurant has also taken over a lot of the places that were closed down by other chain restaurants, including a number of restaurants in Pasig City,” Pasalobong’s owner, Antonio Santos, told the news agency.
The owners of Pasalabong are also planning to open new restaurants in Pangasinan, Cavite, Davao, Caloocan, Davuro, Negros Oriental and the Philippine capital, Manila.
They said that they have also secured additional locations in the Philippine provinces of Davao and Metro Manila.
“We have been trying to open as many restaurants as we can in these regions.
I have also been working on new and improved menu items.
I want to open more restaurants,” Santos said.