What I love about eating is the leisurely pace of the activity, where you can spend quality time with your companions (or by yourself) or enjoy the different flavors on your plate. As much as possible, I want to be fully present during meals, whether I’m with someone or I’m alone.
But life doesn’t always work out the way we want it to and sometimes eating can be a rushed experience. The three-hour lunch is now a ~*concept*~ and many of us power through quick lunches or dinners. That may be the case for a lot of us but that doesn’t mean eating should be boring.
That’s what inspired Chibo Okonomiyaki in producing its Executive Set Meals, a line of Japanese dishes for diners on the go. Chibo is known for serving some of the best okonomiyaki prepared right on your table, but there are diners who prefer straightforward meals they can order, eat, and pay for. That’s why for the Chibo branch in Podium, Ortigas, where mostly office workers and businessmen dine, the teppan is in the kitchen.