The Orange Bucket Opens First Manila Branch
Pampanga’s leading seafood chain The Orange Bucket (TOB) has opened its first branch in Metro Manila in Newport City.
Serving up the most delectable Asian and seafood specialties, TOB has made a commitment to elevate the Metro Manila dining experience by cooking quality dishes at an affordable price. The Pampanga-based restaurant also made sure to maintain the unparalleled customer service and cozy atmosphere that they are known for.
Founded in Angeles City, Pampanga in May 2016, TOB became extremely popular because of their signature dish, Cajun Seafood. Months later, they opened their second branch in Angeles City, Pampanga. Following the success of the first two restaurants, they were able to inaugurate a third branch in Plaridel, Bulacan in 2018.
The Orange Bucket Opening in Newport City/IMAGE from Jason Guevarra Photography and Oh Callie Studio
Not long after, TOB was quickly recognized by various organizations as one of the best seafood restaurants in the countryside. Some of their accolades included Most Outstanding Exquisitely-Flavored Seafood Cuisine Restaurant from the International Management Excellence Awards held last 2017; Best Seafood Restaurant in Pampanga by the Golden Globe Annual Awards for Business Excellence, two years in a row (2017 & 2018); Best Cajun-Style Seafood Restaurant in Pampanga in 2017; and more.
Helmed by an internationally-trained team of chefs, TOB boasts an overflowing selection of entrees inspired by dishes from Thailand, Singapore, Korea, Japan, and more. And everyone must taste their best-selling and crowd favorite, The Big Bang Seafood Bucket with various spice levels.
The Orange Bucket/ IMAGE from TOB’s instagram
TOB is now making a mark in the food scene and is fastly becoming a bucket list destination for those who are craving for some good seafood and Asian cuisine in the region. “We vow to continue serving the highest quality of food and service that we have always been known for,” said owner Mia Caballa.
To keep ensure a safe dining experience, TOB is strictly mandating health protocols and safety guidelines such as wearing of face mask and face shield; temperature check; filling out self-declaration form; disinfecting hands and shoes upon entry; and social distancing. For a seamless and contactless experience, there are QR code menus provided at each table.
The Orange Bucket – Newport City is located at A1-A6, Palm Tree Villa 2, Newport City, Pasay, Metro Manila. For more information, call 0917-703-0278 or check out its official Facebook page.
This is a press release. Minor edits were made prior to publishing.