The Kusina Natin ‘To restaurant in Satwa, Filipinos’ favorite food hub, will be acquired by the Filipino Institute’s founder and president Mr. Gabriel John Rimando.
The Filipino businessman proudly announced on his social media channels the acquisition of the Filipino restaurant that offers a wide range of comfort Filipino food and Asian fusion dishes.
“We’re very excited about this new venture. This new acquisition will also open an avenue for our students from Cooking, Barista, and Baking courses to take their internship here and equip and prepare them in a fast-paced environment,” he said.
During the closing of the deal, Mr. Rimando was accompanied by his wife and the vice president of the Filipino Institute Mrs. Camille Joy.
The restaurant is popular for its affordable all-day breakfast–tapsilog, hotsilog, longsilog, sizzling plates–T-bone steak, sizzling bopis, sizzling sisig, and its salo-salo meals, among others.
The restaurant, which is exactly located at Shop 4, Al Badaa Oasis Building, Al Satwa, Dubai, will be turned over on February 14.