Toyo Eatery’s Salu-Salo series is back
Expect more head-turning collaborations of Toyo with other restaurants in the following months
May 23, 2019
Homegrown progressive Filipino dining concept Toyo Eatery brings back Salu-Salo, a series of collaborative dinners happening in the metro for the next couple of months.
It’s a project where Toyo chef Jordy Navarra gets even more creative from chefs in the Philippines as well as chefs from different countries (some of them are from Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants list).
For its first run, Toyo invited over the folks at Mumbai-based restaurant Masque for a one night only dinner on May 30. Helmed by chef Prateek Sadhu, who’ve worked at top restaurants Alinea, Le Bernardin, French Laundry, and Noma, Masque is an “ingredient-driven” modern Indian restaurant that offers a 10-course chef’s tasting menu, a first of its kind in India.
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“We are excited to cook with [Sadhu] once again, (we just did in India last week!) and give you guys something new,” writes Toyo on an Instagram post. Last week, Toyo flew to India to collaborate with Masque. Now, it’s the other way around.
For Salu-Salo reservations, email firstname.lastname@example.org. The dinner is priced at P3,900 per person (additional 10 percent for service charge). Toyo Eatery is located at The Alley at Karrivin Plaza, 2316 Chino Roces Ave. Ext., Makati City.
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