The biggest advantage that an independent restaurant has is its ability to make changes quickly. It’s all about keeping the cauldron of good impression last while fanning the flames of interest.
That’s tearing off a page from the book that says there is one constant in the universe and that is change. Yes, that’s evolution. Restaurants can either adapt or become extinct.
As they say, no restaurant menu is immune to this natural law. One can have an amazing menu that has served the business well, earned some amount of following, and created quite an impression. It could be the food selections that guests have fallen to and gave them the reason to come back. However, the palate is ever-changing. There comes a point when too much of the same fare is boring. If that happens, the suki will get their cravings fulfilled by another restaurant.
That’s the challenge of food business especially with Dabawenyos who have the knack of always seeking for something new and not sticking to something they like. Oh well, some Dabawenyos do.
Then again, that’s the challenge of running a restaurant business. To stick to the trademark or to adapt to the changes? Restaurateurs have to think out of the box.
That’s where the flexibility and versatility elements kick in.
Republique Asian Fusion inside the Arcadia Active Lifestyle Center enjoy that independence and the ability to make changes quickly. Coupled with flexibility and versatility as X-Factors, it can shake up its menu anytime and yet keep its flavor consistency.
Recently, Republique added new dishes to further enhance its menu.
For soups, Replublique added its version of all-time favorite Local Bird Nest with Quail Egg and introduced Seafood Spinach Thick Soup. For pork dishes, the Republique Spare Ribs is the latest addition to the already blockbuster list. For chicken, there’s the Boneless Lemon Orange Chicken worth trying. For seafoods, never say “No” to Pompano with new attractions Fried Pompano with Garlic Chili Sauce and Fried Pompano with House Vinegar and Light Soy. There’s also the timeless Steamed Prawns.
For noodles, the Stir Fried Birthday Noodles is a must for celebrations. For vegetables, the French Beans with Minced Pork or Minced Shrimp and the Seasonal Green Garden Vegetable Garlic would not fail one’s healthy cravings.
Finally, the staple rice had just gone more exciting. There’s the House Special Yang Chow, Chicken Pineapple Fried Rice, and the must-try Salted Fish Fried Rice.
One thing about Republique’s new dishes–they’re made with the thought of satisfying new cravings while keeping the familiarity of its palate-approved flavor profile.
Republique Asian Fusion offers ala carte for lunch 11am-2pm and dinner 5pm-10pm from Monday to Saturday and Sunday dinner. The Sunday lunch buffet is from 11am-2pm at P550 for adult and P400 for kids 3ft and below. Reservations may be made through facebook page: Republique Asian Fusion or contact nos. 09171464304 or 09231042585.