In line with the mother’s day celebration last May 14, Salu the Filipino Restaurant has launched its newest offering to families, Luto Ni Nanay.

Mother’s cooking is always best. Coming home to familiar scent of signature recipes that have been transferred from generations to generations is such a treat. Salu owners, Romnick Sarmenta and Harlene Bautista, had this in mind when they thought of this newest experience that their restaurant is offering – LUTO NI NANAY.

“Whenever we eat out, Harlene would always wonder how the dishes that we ordered was cooked, thinking maybe she can cook it at home too. So we thought why not give that experience to the guests of Salu? An opportunity to learn a new dish and cook for their families inside a professional kitchen.”, Mr. Romnick Sarmenta said.

According to the couple, they were inspired by a lot of moms in different parts of the country when they were doing research. Authentic cuisines of different localities were thought to them by the “Nanays of Tahanan”, who are known to be the veteran chefs of the provinces. The kitchen was also trained by some of these veteran moms who flew in all the way from their municipalities to Salu. This is all done to keep faithful with Salu’s core philosophy of serving only the best and most authentic cuisines in the country.

Dine in guests could choose from three set menu – Luzon, Visayas or Mindanao. Each would already contain a list of viands, rice, and single served drinks. Moms would be asked to cook at least two dishes from each set inside the Salu Kitchen, thus the name Salu’s Luto Ni Nanay. To complete the learning experience, a Salu chef would assist the moms in their cooking, teach them techniques on how to make dishes better, tastier. A hand painted apron will be provided to moms right after the said activity as their souvenir to keep for their unique culinary experience.

Set meals range from Php 2,000 – Php 2,500 good for 5-7 pax. A very affordable package that is mixed  with a valuable experience not just to the moms but to the whole family as well. Another exciting thing about Luto Ni Nanay is the Mindanao Package. “We are very proud to be chosen to represent the ARMM region during the recently concluded Madrid Fusion. We were, they said, the only restaurant in Manila who serves a range of the most authentic Mindanaoan dishes according to DOT. So we thought, let’s all make this experience of cooking the most authentic Madrid Fusion dish to our nanays”, said Mrs. Harlene Bautista. Madrid Fusion is the biggest culinary event in the country held last April 2017. Salu served Tiyula Itum, Beef Kulma, Pinaggang and Utak-utak to the delight of many.

“We are very proud to be chosen to represent the ARMM region during the recently concluded Madrid Fusion. We were, they said, the only restaurant in Manila who serves a range of the most authentic Mindanaoan dishes according to DOT. So we thought, let’s all make this experience of cooking the most authentic Madrid Fusion dish to our nanays”, said Mrs. Harlene Bautista.

Madrid Fusion is the biggest culinary event in the country held last April 2017. Salu served Tiyula Itum, Beef Kulma, Pinaggang and Utak-utak to the delight of many.

Guest would need to call Salu’s hotline to reserve a slot for Luto Ni Nanay, 2821512, or contact them through their Facebook page.

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