Now Open in Manila: Popular American Seafood Restaurant 'Red Lobster' Opens in S Maison
posted on Fri, 16 Nov 2018 11:01 AM
Lobster, Crab and Shrimp…are you on a seafood mood? Get up ‘claws’ and personal with the mecca for anything seafood- RED LOBSTER! The #1 Seafood Restaurant in the US just splashed its way into Manila with the opening of its 1st restaurant this side of Asia. The 115-seater branch is located at Level 1 S Maison, MOA in Pasay City.
Expect Red Lobster to offer a wide selection of fresh quality shellfish combinations and other #lobsterworthy dishes- from starters, salads, seafood feast combinations, pasta, pizza, desserts and unique beverages.
At Red Lobster, everything is about celebrating the bounty from the sea. Get your appetites ready for their bestsellers. Start with the Seaside Nachos that delivers the seaside-inspired crunch that’s inventive and a little loco. There are also refreshing salads like the Honey and Bleu Cheese Salad prepared with your favorite greens complemented by a rich bleu cheese dressing. Or you may opt for the Shrimp & Kani Pizza topped mozzarella, Parmesan, shrimps, kani and a deep anchovy dressing. And speaking of cheese, there’s the Mac N Cheese that is cavatappi in cheese sauce, mozzarella and Colby cheese.
Indulge in the Bar Harbor Seafood that tells of a story about Bar Harbor, an idyllic seaside town where lobster bakes are a way of life. Enjoy bites of garlic butter sauce spaghetti tossed with mussels, scallops, squid and shrimps. Cod New Orleans, meanwhile, is your classic white fish that’s succulent and full of flavor combined with shrimp, Cajun butter sauce, pico de gallo and mashed potatoes. Another great choice is Blackened Barramundi over roasted potatoes, snow peas and beurre blanc.
What about a seafood spread? There is Red Lobster’s signature Seafood Feast with Maine lobster tail, steamed wild-caught North American snow crab legs, signature hand-crafted garlic shrimp scampi served with wild rice, fries, veggies and butter. You simply must not leave Red Lobster without trying this, because when they say “feast”, they definitely mean it. Have this when you’re either undecided what to have, or if you want it all.
But it’s not Red Lobster without lobsters! Treat yourself to a whole Maine lobster fresh from the Atlantic, that’s prepared to order with a choice of two sides. All entrees come served with warm, freshly-baked Cheddar Bay Biscuits®, famous for their garlicky cheesy goodness.
All these sea-to-table dishes can be enjoyed in Red Lobster’s come-as-you-are ambience that’s cozy and comfortable, perfect for guests to indulge in their daily catch.
Red Lobster was founded in 1968 as a single, family-owned restaurant in Lakeland, Florida. Today, it has over 745 restaurants in 11 countries and is making it the world’s largest seafood restaurant company and largest seafood purchaser in the world with the highest market share of all seafood specialist restaurants in America, at 47%. Its vision is to be where the world goes for seafood, now and for generations. To achieve this, the company is seizing opportunities to continue to grow, including opening new restaurants like their first in the Philippines.
The dining experience at Red Lobster is further enhanced by the brand’s global commitment to only source the highest quality seafood in the world. It is committed to the advocacy of obtaining seafood in a “traceable, sustainable, and responsible” method. All seafood are 100% traceable to a known and trusted source and from suppliers who follow the most responsible industry practices. Red Lobster is dedicated to protect and preserve the oceans and marine life for future generations.
Red Lobster is brought to the Philippines by The Bistro Group, one of the country’s leading restaurant operators responsible for changing the casual dining landscape in the country.
So dive into your favorite dishes and experience how to “sea food differently”!
To know more about Red Lobster and The Bistro Group, check out and follow @RedLobsterPh and @TheBistroGroup on Facebook and Instagram.