New Restaurants Open this December at SM City Lipa

Japanese Pepper Lunch Steak is an amazing dish with sizzling tender sukiyaki beef, pepper, rice and a delicious amakuchi and karakuchi sauces that can be on your table in less than 30 minutes.

Three more restaurants were due to open this December at SM City Lipa, the mall’s administration announced recently by way of a press release. These restaurants provide mall visitors more dining options, particularly during the Christmas season when the mall like others in the country are abuzz with customers. Here are the new restaurants at SM City Lipa:

Pepper Lunch
(located at the second floor of the main mall, beside Foodcourt)

Pepper Lunch is a “fast-steak” restaurant concept which originated in Japan in 1994. It was created by Japanese chef and inventor, Mr. Kunio Ichinose, who wanted to serve quality fast food without the need to train a chef for years. At Pepper Lunch, diners get to cook their own food over a patented electromagnetic plate that is heated up to 260 degrees Celsius within one minute. Choice cuts of beef, chicken, pork and salmon are served with rice and vegetables for guests to cook and season using flavors of teriyaki, onion sauce, honey brown sauce (amakuchi) or garlic soy sauce (karakuchi)—and a dash of freshly ground pepper to give diners that delicious, flavor-filled meal. Presently, there are over 200 Pepper Lunch outlets in Japan and all over Asia, including South Korea, China, Taiwan, Singapore, Indonesia, Thailand and the Philippines.

Mesa’s Boneless Crispy Pata crackles like chicharon and tasty meat remains moist and flavorful. 

Mesa
(located at the ground floor of the main mall, in front of BDO)

Thanks to food franchising and restaurant operations company OBIC APIL Inc, Mesa is now coming to SM Lipa. What makes Mesa different from other Filipino cuisine restaurants is its innovative twists to traditional cuisines while not losing the essence of the original recipe. For instance, lechon, which is loved by all Filipinos for its crispy pork skin is made crispier and thus called “crispchon.” Our well-loved crispy pata, on the other hand, is made boneless. They also serve sea-foods like Prawns Wrapped in Egg Noodles and Crab in Salted Egg.

Shakey’s famous Mojos.

Shakeys
(located at the second floor of the main mall, beside Bon Chon)

Another addition to pizza places at SM Lipa is Shakeys. Having started its first store in Metro Manila back in 1975, Shakeys now operates with a strong store count of 177. This will be Shakeys’ second branch in Lipa City. Aside from pizza variations, their best sellers are its mojo potatoes, fried chicken and pasta.





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