November 29, 2017

Almon Marina in Greenbelt

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  • Almon Marina started as a cold seafood and deli store. That all changed in 1990 when it was turned into a sandwich bar and deli which has been known for its freshly-made soups, salads, and sandwiches inspired by different locations around the world.

    What makes this sandwich bar different is that they inject modern take into everything that comes out of this restaurant as a whole. It is guided by the promise to continuously showcase a variety of sandwiches split into different categories like beef, chicken, turkey, pork, seafood, cheese, and a lot more.

    In addition, they also offer their guests a choice between platter petit or platter set that is usually for parties or gatherings. Some of their best sellers include:

    BOSTON CLUB SANDWICH. Combination of roast pork and various vegetables with an applesauce chutney (Php 160)

     CALIFORNIA ROAST BEEF. Roast beef slices topped with Mozzarella & Swiss cheese, fresh asparagus, almond slivers & gravy on focaccia bread (Php 225)

    Aside from their clients that are Filipino nationals, they also receive foreign guests that are usually Koreans, Japanese, Europeans or Americans. Their menu is usually good for sharing. They offer free wifi access and parking space for their guests. They are open daily from 10:30 am to 11 pm.


    This article also appears in Philippine Primer Japanese Vol. 117.
    Written By: Patricia Antoinette M. Nacianceno

                 
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