The Special Sari-Saring Putahi.
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DUBAI – Popular seafood restaurant Golden Fork has started 2020 with new additions to its Filipino menu.
It recently launched a desert menu featuring the popular Filipino iced treat, halo-halo at Dh10.50 for the regular version and Dh15.75 for the special version.
It also introduced the Special Sari-Saring Putahi, a Filipino-style barbecue platter of grilled meat and seafood that includes shrimp, fish, squid and chicken.
The platter comes with a side dish of pickled papaya, ensaladang manga, tomato, onions and eggplant for Dh47.50.
The restaurant chain recently reopened its branch in Satwa, which is popular among Filipinos.
The restaurant is eyeing to expand with 100 outlets in the Middle East by 2022, with master franchises in the works for Oman, Jordan, Morocco and Egypt.
“People are receptive to the Golden Fork business model, which has thrived in the UAE in the last 45 years, and we are happy to be opening our franchise division to more partners,” said Shanavas Mohammed, Golden Fork’s managing director. ICA/Expat Media
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