Go on an Asian Cuisine adventure at Greenhills Promenade

Asian-Cuisine-Adventure-photo-set-1000Next time you get a craving for a food trip, make it an Asian Cuisine adventure.

Asian dishes from various Asian cultures are the new taste bud enticements because of their zesty flavors, sensory appeal and fresh new ingredients. Because they come from a wide diversity of geography and climate, Asian cuisine is always exciting, never boring or bland.

Diners today look for bolder and spicier flavors, something new and interesting, a different kind of thrill for the palate. Asian cuisine succeeds because it delivers a highly satisfying circus of flavors.

These days Asian food lovers are flocking to the new Promenade at Greenhills Shopping Center where a bevy of Asian restaurants provide a wide choice of Asian moods and flavors.

Opened in December 2013, the new Promenade has Singaporean, Japanese, Taiwanese, Chinese, Thai, Vietnamese, Korean and Filipino restaurants, including J.Co, an Indonesian doughnut brand, to lure culinary adventure seekers to this part of Greenhills.

Wee Nam Kee, the famous Hainanese Chicken Rice restaurant from Singapore, is attracting a lot of Singaporean food enthusiasts because of its specialties like Cereal Prawns, the famous Steamed Hainanese Yellow Chicken, a wide variety of Chicken Rice and poultry, beef, pork and seafood dishes

Japanese food lovers are thankful that Tampopo, a ramen and tonkatsu specialty restaurant from Singapore is also at the Promenade. It is the only 2-in-1 ramen-tonkatsu store of its kind that serves up favorites like the Black Pig Shabu Ramen, Original Kyushu Ramen, Kurobuta Tonkatsu and Black Pig Gyoza, among many others.

Yumi, another specialty Japanese restaurant has an awesome variety of popular Japanese food (tonkatsu, tempura, sahimi and sushi) and Japanese fusion food – like Foie Gras Temaki, Torii Chisu Maki <Cheese-filled Chicken Roulade> and Oysters and Smoked Salmon, for example — that is meticulously prepared but still very affordable. They also have a rich list of wines, drinks and desserts.

Thai food enthusiasts are mad about Soi, a casual full-service restaurant that offers a rich variety of Thai dishes from several varieties of noodles, rice dishes, salads, soups, curries, chicken, pork, beef and seafood dishes and desserts.

Those who prefer Vietnamese food zero in on Zao for their fix of Pho, spring rolls, Vietnamese iced coffee and all things Vietnamese.

Korean food enthusiasts choose Sariwon, the BBQ restaurant that has a huge variety of Korean dishes from Japchae (Korean vermicelli noodles) to Pajeon (traditional Korean Pancake) to Bibimbap to Bulgogi and Korean steaks.

Chinese food lovers go for the well known buffet and shabu-shabu at Tong Yang or check out why Taiwanese cuisine is becoming so popular at Taione.

Of course Filipino food lovers and balikbayans seek out Ebun, which serves favorite Filipino dishes and new treats in sumptuous Kapampangan style.

“There is a worldwide trend now for Asian cuisine and that’s because Asian populations are growing both in the East and in the West. Asian Cuisine is fun because the food is flavorful but lighter and more healthy; the products and flavorings are very exciting. We are very happy to be encouraging this Asian Cuisine trend that makes us better appreciate our culinary roots and rich regional heritage,” said Precy M. Florentino, president of the Music Museum Group that runs the Promenade, Theater Mall, Teatrino, Shoppesville Plus, the Music Museum and Greenhills Cinemas.

More food outlets are available at the original Promenade wing and at Theater Mall.

For more information visit www.musicmuseum.com.ph.