Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Super Bowl of China: Chinese with a whole new look and feel

Super Bowl of China's Dimsum Combination Platter
Super Bowl of China SM Megamall now sports a visibly fresher look that resonates not only in the restaurant’s contemporary interiors and functional décor, but also in its cuisine.

“A number of elements, from the new logo and menu design, to staff uniforms, restaurant design, décor, floor and wall finishes, furnishings, and food presentation, have contributed to revamped Super Bowl of China, which is part of the company’s plan to capture a younger and wider market,” said Laine de Jesus-Vallar, senior marketing manager.

Super Bowl of China's Lemon Chicken
Since opening its first store in the country in 2001, guests have been coming back to the restaurant for its authentic Cantonese cuisine that’s delicious and affordable. Its long-standing commitment to give guests a satisfying dining experience without sacrificing quality has been rewarded with many satisfied and loyal guests. And with the renovation already completed, Super Bowl of China is ready to claim its spot as a favorite place to dine and celebrate.  
Super Bowl of China's Birthday Noodles

A fresh start

One of the refreshing modifications are the drop lights hanging from the ceiling, which give the dining area an urban vibe that’s contemporary yet inviting. Tables and chairs have been ergonomically refashioned into simple and elegant furniture, arranged in a way that gives guests more space to move around. Lattice woodwork, a reference to the restaurant’s Oriental origins, can also be seen in parts of the wall area, while another section features an infographic décor that sums up the brand’s history and personality.

Super Bowl of China's Sweet and Sour Pork
Super Bowl of China's Beef with Broccoli
Super Bowl of China's Steamed Wanton with Mala sauce
“This infographic décor is a unique wall accessory that gives guests a quick glance into Super Bowl of China’s history, heritage, and bestselling dishes,” Vallar said.
Aside from the visual and architectural changes introduced in the restaurant, Super Bowl of China now has a new logo that is more streamlined and modern. The iconic bowl in the old logo has been retained to pay homage the brand’s heritage.

Super Bowl of China's Beef Hofan noodles
The restaurant’s other branches are also currently being renovated to reflect the new look and feel of the brand.
Something old, something new
Dishes at Super Bowl of China remain to be as creative and delicious, and many of everyone’s old favorites are still house bestsellers.

The Dimsum Combination Platter, for instance, is always a must-order for regular guests who can’t get enough of the dimsum sampler. Other classics are the Lemon Chicken, breaded fillet of chicken served with Worcestershire sauce and spicy salt on the side; Sweet and Sour Pork, succulent breaded pork cutlets in sweet, sour and savory sauce and Sliced Beef with Brocolli, tender beef slices on a bed of fresh broccoli flowers, mixed mushrooms, carrots sautéed in a sesame-oyster sauce. Seafood lovers, on the other hand, opt for the Szechuan Shrimps for its plump and juicy shrimps stir fried with carrots, bell peppers, mushrooms, dried Taiwan chili, peanuts and Szechuan Sauce.

Super Bowl of China's Red Bean Milk Tea
Popular during birthdays and family occasions is the Super Bowl Birthday Noodles. This E Fu-based noodle dish is generously topped with fresh shrimp, roast pork asado, cuttlefish, quail eggs, sliced pork, and mixed vegetables.  For rice-loving Filipinos, top selling choices are the Chinese Chorizo Rice and the quintessential Yang Chow Fried Rice. 
Desserts include classic favorites such as the peanut buchi , black gulaman and the  well-loved taho, served with tapioca balls and sweet syrup which customers can add to their liking.

As a way to introduce the “new” Super Bowl, the restaurant is offering its Limited Time Offer selection featuring new dishes such as Beef Hofan, Beef with Ampalaya and Black Beans, Hot Chicken Salad, Pork Wanton with Mala Sauce, and the refreshing Red Bean Milk Tea.

Super Bowl of China's Taho
It’s time to reconnect
Then and now, Super Bowl of China has been the go-to place of people craving for Chinese comfort food – whether it’s a steaming bowl of noodles, a plate of dimsum, or a platter of one’s favorite beef, chicken, pork, vegetable or seafood dish. With its new look and quality food and service, it’s time to revisit the restaurant and relish once again the Super Bowl of China dining experience.

Super Bowl of China branches are conveniently located at the 4th level SM Megamall Atrium; Ground Floor, Main Hall, SM Mall of Asia and at the  3rd level Chef’s Avenue Festival Mall, Alabang.  Opening soon is a new branch at Robinsons Place Manila.

For delivery, dial the Super Delivery Hotline 988-2888 for Alabang and Megamall, for Mall of Asia 212-1212 and enjoy freshly prepared Chinese dishes in the comfort of your own home or office.

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