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The Orange Bucket opens first Metro Manila branch

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Pampanga’s seafood restaurant The Orange Bucket is now closer to the country’s capital as it recently opened its first Metro Manila branch. 

Located at Newport City in Pasay, TOB brings to Manila its signature Cajun seafood dishes along with other Asian and seafood specialties beloved by its patrons in Angeles City (where it has two branches) and Plaridel, Bulacan (its third branch).


Pampanga’s pride, The Orange Bucket opens its first Metro Manila branch in Pasay City. 

Helmed by an internationally trained team of chefs, TOB boasts a wide selection of entrées inspired by dishes from Thailand, Singapore, Korea, Japan, and more. 

The chain also takes pride in its roster of awards gained since its opening in 2016. Some of its accolades include Most Outstanding Exquisitely-Flavored Seafood Cuisine Restaurant from the International Management Excellence Awards in 2017; Best Seafood Restaurant in Pampanga from the Golden Globe Annual Awards for Business Excellence in 2017 and 2018; Best Cajun-Style Seafood Restaurant in Pampanga in 2017; and more. 

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“We vow to continue serving the highest quality of food and service that we have always been known for,” said its owner Mia Caballa as they open their fourth branch. 

The Cajun-inspired restaurant serves Asian and seafood specialties. 

TOB is strictly implementing health protocols and safety guidelines such as wearing of face mask and face shield, temperature check and disinfection upon entry, and social distancing, among others. QR code for menus are provided at each table. For more information, call 0917-703-0278 or check out The Orange Bucket – Newport City on Facebook.

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