“Variety is the spice of life. That gives it all its flavors.”
William Cowper’s poem said it all.
Restaurant owner Cherryl “Chey” Evidente, a songbird herself, took it a little further – entertaining her clients whenever possible at the Steak Street and Fusion Sushi which is located at Ventura St. in Marisol Subdivision in Angeles City.
While some of the favorite steak and barbeque hangouts along Ventura St. had closed shop, the Steak Street and Fusion Sushi cropped up with a new building offering a wide array of food at affordable prices.
“The prices of our fares are truly competitive because we don’t pay for rent. But we make sure that the quality and taste of our international food, including Japanese, American and Filipino meals, are superb ,” said restaurant owner Cherryl “Chey” Evidente.
The hands-on owner of the restaurant is assisted by her mother, Aida Pamintuan.
“Imagine, we serve prime rib steak with vegetables and either rice or mashed potato at P200 per order,” said Evidente. “Great tasting steaks are our main fare. But take note that our sushi is absolutely classy.”
Evidente disclosed that their sushi are fresh Salmon Trout – the best you can get from Japanese restaurants – not Norwegian Salmon. A “Sushi Lovers’ Delight” costs P1,500.
“We offer the best sushi in the city,” said Evidente, whose restaurant is located near the main gate of Marisol Subd. “Visit us and you will see not just fine steaks and sushi but other truly superb fares inspired by food traditions of other nations, including our country.”
“The surprise doesn’t end with the food and perfect restaurant ambience. If you keep coming to Steak Street and Fusion Sushi, you may witness the owner-manager singing one your favorite love songs. Then you realize it’s still a beautiful world when hearing her voice,” said Pampanga Press Club (PPC) President Deng Pangilinan, who is now an
avid fan-client of the restaurant.
Aida said her daughter sings for the customers when she is not too busy serving their guests.
The restaurant is open daily from 11 a.m. until 1 a.m. On Sundays the restaurant opens at 4 p.m.–Photos by Leo Villacarlos