Irish fast food giant is launching its first ever location in Manila
A new fast food restaurant has opened in Manila, with owner Eirini S. de la Rosa and her husband, Manuel de la Roza, also known as “El Diablo”, the former President of El Salvador, announcing their plans to open a second location in the city in the coming weeks.
The new eatery is called “El Sanitarium” and is located at the corner of San Pablo Avenue and Rizal Street, just south of the International Airport.
It is one of the first fast food restaurants in the Philippines to serve the Filipino people, who are a huge population of Filipinos living in Asia.
The restaurant is owned by a Filipino family who are also in the business of providing quality Filipino cuisine to the Filipino community in the capital.
They are known as the “El Suntan”, or “El Mercado”, as they specialize in fresh, high quality Filipino food.
According to a press release from the Philippine restaurant, the “el sanitarium will serve Filipino cuisine in a modern, modern way.”
The restaurant has two floors and serves four different cuisines.
One of the floor is for the dining area and another for the patio.
The interior of the restaurant is very modern and modern looking.
The interior of El Sanitaria will feature an expansive outdoor area and a modern restaurant and bar area.
The menu at the restaurant will be made up of four dishes: beef pappardelle, pork belly, chicken, and shrimp.
The restaurant will also offer a variety of Filipino dishes like fried rice, quesadillas, rice dishes, and traditional Filipino desserts.
The menu will include a variety from all of the different Filipino cuisins.
The El Sanita is expected to open in the first half of next year.