Ulli’s Streets of Asia opens in Ayala

January 10,2014 - 09:53 AM

Ulli’s in at the expansion of Ayala Center Cebu

WHEN was the last time you had something as finger-licking good as the street food of Asia? Chances are, you’d be more enticed to have that great dining experience once again as there’s a new restaurant in Cebu that brings some of the exotic cuisine of the world’s largest continent in one place.

If you’re craving for food to satiate your palate, then visit the new wing of Ayala Center Cebu and a meal at the newest restaurant here would redefine value for money. That’s Ulli’s Streets of Asia.

Nestled in the rooftop garden of the mall’s newly opened expansion, the  Ulli’s Streets of Asia serves lip-smacking food at unbelievable prices.

This latest addition to Ayala Center Cebu’s ultimate dining destinations, bolsters the Urbina family’s legacy of preserving the rich culinary tradition of Cebu through their Laguna Group of restaurants.

Following the success of Cafe Laguna, Laguna Garden Cafe, LemonGrass, U Kitchen and Laguna Catering, the Ulli’s Streets of Asia mirrors the Laguna Group’s passion for good food and great dining experience.

The meaning behind the restaurant’s name came from the third generation of Urbinas’ term of endearment of their grandmother Julita “Julie” Urbina.

“Dining at this place gives you access to some of the most sought-after street food of Hong Kong, Singapore, Vietnam and Japan. It’s like you traveled around the Asia. But no, you’re still in the Philippines and you get to eat these food without going to extra miles but only here in Cebu,” says Raki Urbina, the restaurant’s Managing Director and Corporate Chef.

Fishballs in Curry

Ulli’s Streets of Asia brings international street food right at Cebu’s doorstep. It also offers some healthy options like fresh fruit blends and nutritious desserts.

The restaurant has 10 combinations of freshly juiced blends that are made from pure fruits and vegetables.

Here you can find a variety of noodles, salads and fish or prawn balls in broth or curries. There are also grilled favorites like chicken wings, yakitori-style barbecues and angus beef rolls.

Moreover, stone pot meals will be available with patatim, shrimps, bamboo shoots and tofu. To satisfy your taste buds even more, there are Szechuan riblets, Asian popiah and signature multi-grain fried rice.

Enjoy those dishes with the restaurant’s especially made sauces and complimentary peanuts. Average rate for the dishes is P200 per meal.

All meals are prepared in plain sight, open kitchen for customers to get the feel of the street, as if they’re in the place where they can walk, explore and eat for less.

According to Chef Raki, “Street food is comfort food. We’re taking the best-tasting dishes from abroad to our city and we make it a point that what you can order from this restaurant are from actual recipes that bring the real taste of these food like in those foreign countries.”

“They are all authentic, not fusion. There are no mixing of different ingredients to the original recipes. We serve a compilation of famous street food in Asia,” he adds.

So, bring your family and friends and visit the restaurant today. Because street food has never been this good at Ulli’s Streets of Asia.

The restaurant is open from 11am to 11pm. For inquiries and reservations, contact 231 3553 or 09189207322. You may also visit www.cafelaguna.com or lagunagroup.ph.



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