Olé cooks the best of Spain, Cuba and Mexico

6/11/2015 Randomly Candid 0 Comments

Welcome to Ole! The only restaurant in Iloilo City
that cooks up the best dishes of Mexico, Spain
and Cuba
FLOURISHING business that now reaps delightful success all started with the owner’s love for Mexican and Spanish food… and the renowned Boracay beach.

The owner wanted his business a combination of his two favourite things. So he opened Olé, (Spanish word that means “good job”) in D’ Mall in Boracay 10 years ago. Today, the restaurant is synonymous to the most scrumptious Spanish, Mexican and Cuban dishes, a one-a-kind and delightful gastronomic experience for every diner.

Florida-natobe Kyle Zafir (right) is at the helm
of Ole Restaurant in Iloilo City
After captivating Boracay for a decade, Olé is now starting to make waves in Iloilo City as it opened its branch in the fun mall – Robinsons Place Iloilo.

Ilonggos known for their discriminating taste no longer need to fly to Spain, Mexico and Cuba just to enjoy their food as Olé brings these countries best dishes to Iloilo City.

At the helm of Olé Restaurant in Iloilo City Florida-native Kyle Zafir. He says all the dishes are all equally delish as the ones in Boracay.

Mexican Platter
Among its best sellers are its steaks, imported tenderloin, chicken and fish dishes, pastas, and vegetarian salads.

Spanish dishes include Pollo (Chicken), Pescados Y Mariscos (Seafood), Street Tacos, Paella, and Pizza which are all made from the best authentic ingredients.

Olé’s Mexican menu, on the other hand, ranges from Buritos, Tacos, Nachos and Quesadillas, down to Fajitas, Enchiladas, Chili Con Carne, Chimichanga, and Mexican Platter.

While its Cuban dishes include Cuban Sandwhich, Palomilla Steak, and Fricase De Pollo which are being loved by most of their diners because of its genuine flavor.

The restaurant also serves Spanish Tapas.

Baked Musles
Aside from its food offerings, Olé Restaurant customers also keep on coming back because of its vast array of both alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks. The restaurant’s fresh fruit juices and shake and Sangria (a Spanish drink) are a must-try.

Olé Restaurant’s bright interiors, meanwhile, paired with Spanish and Mexican music and customer-friendly staff make the customers feel like they are really dining in Spain, Mexico and Cuba.

With those gastronomic offerings, Olé Restaurant is treat truly one deserves. From its international cuisine to its unique dining experience, one’s epicurean desires will be truly satisfied.

Olé Spanish Tapas Bar and Restaurant is located at the third floor of Robinsons Place Iloilo.

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