Kuya J Restaurant, the fastest growing casual dining restaurant in the country, opened six new branches last month.
The new branches are located in SM Cubao, SM Sucat, SM San Jose Del Monte, SM Lucena, Lucky Chinatown Mall and Festival Mall.
Tracing its origins from Cebu, Kuya J was a hole-in-the-wall until its launch in 2014 as a full service casual dining restaurant.
Under the leadership of its president, Winglip Chang, the thrust of Kuya J virtually took a 180-degree turn, transforming it into a brand known for its heartwarming service and value for money.
From a modest number of three restaurants in Cebu, Kuya J has grown and continues to grow as it targets to have around 100 stores by year-end.
Kuya J has successfully put together a menu of regional specialties giving them a “universal flavor” that appeals to the Filipino’s discriminating palate.
A range of bestsellers from the grilled scallops, kare-kare, bulalo, sisig and, the star of the menu, crispy pata, have made Kuya J top of mind to Filipino families looking forward to enjoy their favorite comfort food at very affordable prices. Not to mention, the hospitable service is not far behind.
Last summer, another hit emerged with the Kuya J Halo-Halo Espesyal. Its unique paper-thin shaved milky ice and tasty ingredients set it apart from other halo-halos in the market.
The popular restaurant is also set to add another item to its already loaded menu of specialties this month. So what can it possibly be? Let’s just say Kuya J is cooking something new and it’s something to look forward to.