Thursday 13 June 2013

FOOD: Sbarro

Coming back from where your heart truly belongs is always the best feeling. Luckily I got the chance to spend a weekend in Philippines & that means a chance of indulging into my deepest food cravings.

We went to Mall of Asia with my beloved mom & sister to have our lunch so without any hesitation, Sbarro was the only spot that came into my mind. This pasta & pizza haven was one of the best when it comes to carb loading plus the taste that you wouldn't regret to try. They don't have the franchise yet here in SG so i bet this would be a hit given that chance of opening one here.

Sbarro was born from Gennaro and Carmela Sbarro when they opened a salumeria, an Italian delicatessen in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn, that was an exceptional showcase of authentic and fresh Italian fare, from freshly made mozzarella and homemade sausages, to traditional Italian delicacies and desserts, all based on the Sbarro family recipes.
In 1972, Pampanga native Jaime Jimmy Salvador joined the Sbarro business. He worked in operations as store manager, then ran the corporate commissary in Brooklyn, and eventually served as Sbarro’s first Area Manager. Then, in 1989, after 17 years of living in New York and working with the Sbarro family, Jimmy returned to the Philippines —carrying the Sbarro brand with him. 
Rodriguez and her family, he opened the first Sbarro Philippines branch at the Annex in SM North Edsa in 1990 — the first Sbarro in all of Asia. And so today, Sbarro Philippines continues to satisfy the cravings of Filipinos with 25 branches nationwide.       Authentic Style Italian Spaghetti

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One happy tummy. I really made sure that this meal will satisfy my Sbarro cravings. Definitely, it was worth the wait. So try Sbarro once you had the chance. Cheers!

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