Singapore's biggest Italian chain opens in Manila
Casa Italia is offering gelato or pure Arabica coffee at eight pesos a cup on December 10!
First branch in Burgos
(SPOT.ph) We have Linguini Fini, an Italian restaurant from Hong Kong. We have BB Brand Bakery Bistro, an Italian restaurant from Japan. So it only makes sense for Casa Italia, an Italian restaurant from Singapore, to set up shop in Metro Manila. This "Italian house" opened on Saturday, December 5 at Forbestown Road, Burgos Park, Bonifacio Global City, with a grand launch scheduled on December 10.
Casa Italia is the largest Italian cafe chain in Singapore. To drive home that authentic experience, the furniture is imported from Italy and they use authentic Italian recipes. They have their own special coffee brand, OTTO ("eight" in English), which is a signature blend of 100% Arabica beans, roasted in the Venetian style. Beans are stored for only two months to keep them fresh and to ensure full flavors in every cup. They go perfectly with the restaurant's cakes, Italian breads, and muffins.
Pizza and pastas are menu staples, of course, but Casa Italia is known for their wide range of gelato. They have over 40 flavors—all made from natural ingredients—like Dark Truffle, Pistachio, Classic Vanilla, fruit sorbets, and liquor-infused.
On December 10, the first 1,000 customers can get coffee or gelato for P8 each. Customers after that can get them for P88. The promo is from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Casa Italia will soon open at SM North's The Block, Quezon City.
Photos courtesy of Ed Uy