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Friday, December 12, 2008

Superbowl at Trinoma =]

Got this uber khuel foodie invite from yehey.com and SuperBowl of China to a bacchanalian feast of authentic food freshly cooked and served hot off the flaming steamy woks! while waiting for our turns we made our own superbowls w/ a bit of glits and markers haha knew it there's a price for the best bowl! then were toured to the kitchen wherein the master chef showed us how to whip up a feast in less than a shake and a wiggle. and after that of course was the tasting..the food was a gastronomic delight and overflowing. moi faves are the pickled spicy jellyfish from the assorted platter and the spicy chicken.. yeah, me likes it hot! we were also given take home treats of xmas and chicken ham oh the perks woot! anyhoo, enjoy the pics..better yet, drop by their Trinoma branch located at the ground floor. Cheers! =]

Super Bowl of China’s New Dishes in December

Super Bowl of China serves yet another set of new delicious treats beginning December 1, 2008.

The juicy Crispy Mandarin Chicken, made of boneless chicken fillets fried to a golden brown crisp, drenched in a light and mildly spiced Chinese Sauce, and served with Taiwan petchay on the side, is a must-have .

For your pork-loving tastebuds, there’s the Lechon Macau, deep-fried crispy pork belly cutlets seasoned with select Chinese spices and served with Hoisin sauce on the side. Healthy eaters, meanwhile, will delight in the Seafood Chopsuey that is cooked with assorted garden fresh vegetables with black and mixed mushrooms sautéed with fish fillet, shrimp, and other seafood. Don’t forget to wrap up your festive meal with an order or two of the Tao Sa Pao, a sweet treat of fried siopao dough with black bean cream filling.

Make sure to try them at your favorite Super Bowl of China or Big Buddha branch because they are available for a limited time only.

Also try the restaurant’s all-time favorite fare this holiday season such as the Deep Fried Cuttlefish with Spicy Salt, Yang Chow Fried Rice, Hunan Tofu, Crispy Shrimp w/ Sweet & Sour Sauce, Fish Fillet with Taosi Sauce, Sweet and Sour Pork, Honey Glazed Pork Ribs, Sliced Beef with Brocolli, Szechuan Shrimp, Golden Shanghai Chicken, Steamed Fish Fillet w/ Garlic, assorted dimsum, roasts, rice toppings, and desserts.

Super Bowl of China branches are located at the 2nd level Glorietta 4, Ayala Center, Makati City; 3rd Level Chefs Avenue Festival Mall, Alabang; 2nd level SM City North Edsa, Quezon City; 3rd level Gateway Mall Araneta Center Cubao, Quezon City; Ground floor SM Mall of Asia, Pasay City; M1 Activity Center Trinoma Mall North Edsa, Quezon City; Ground floor Midtown Wing of Robinsons Place Manila; Ground floor Bluewave Marquinton Mall, Marikina City; and at the affiliated Big Buddha Restaurant located at the 2nd level of Greenbelt 3 in Ayala Center, Makati City. And watch out for the Grand Reopening of Super Bowl of China at the 4th level of SM Megamall’s newest wing in Mandaluyong City coming very soon!

Super Bowl of China also delivers. Just dial their Super Delivery Hotline 737-8888 for Super Chinese Food Delivery of delicious meals, hot and fresh in mechanically sealed and hygienic microwaveable containers.

The Super Bowl of China Store


The passion to serve the Filipino market was the main thrust in fulfilling a new concept that was once a dream but became a very visible reality with the beginning of Big Buddha Restaurant, Incorporated.

Creating a new franchise worthy concept that will serve an unfulfilled market need with boundless opportunities for growth is where it all began. Service style, ambiance, price points, and food quality greatly influenced by the extensive food industry experience of the partners became our biggest motivation.

With an idealistic yet very practical sense and passion for building not just another restaurant but a home for a true concept that would flourish and stand the test of time, came the birth of Super Bowl of China.


A restaurant that serves Chinese, mostly Cantonese cuisine, with a western ambience and service standard. The value for money pricing allows the concept to appeal to a wide range of customers without sacrificing food quality and service. The look and feel of the restaurant is unlike any traditional Chinese restaurant. When customers enter a Super Bowl of China, they are welcomed by an undeniably modern and contemporary ambiance. The image was inspired and created through a number of elements some of which are the design, décor, floor and wall finishes, furnishings, table setting, small wares, food presentation, food portions, and the menu. All these elements capture the heart of a modern day Filipino ---- one who loves to have fun, dine out with family and friends, and enjoy their company while doing so.

All these, creating a simple ambiance, an uncomplicated eating style of very filling traditional Chinese dishes that capture the heart of the Filipino who loves to dine with friends and family, and the best service are what set Superbowl apart.


Opening its doors for the first time at the Mega Strip of SM Megamall in March 2001, was the very first Super Bowl of China restaurant. Encouraged by a very warm welcome from its patrons, Super Bowl Glorietta 4 at Ayala Center was the next restaurant to open up. Along the way, a new birth came with the Big Buddha Restaurant in Greenbelt 3, a spin-off of the Super Bowl concept that serves the same delicious Chinese food. A persistent clamor for our cuisine from the Alabang market convinced us to open another branch at the Filinvest Festival Mall in July 2003. To cap a very prolific year of expansion, Super Bowl opened its 5th branch at SM City North EDSA.

To date, we have opened a franchise location at the Gateway Mall at the Araneta Center Complex as well as new corporate and joint venture branches in Blue Wave Marquinton in Marikina City, SM Mall of Asia, Trinoma Mall North EDSA, and at the new Midtown Wing in Robinsons Ermita, Manila. In addition, our very first branch in SM Megamall is currently in the process of relocating at the 4th floor of the New SM Megamall Atrium. Watch out for our Grand Reopening here in January 2009!

To support our intended long-term growth, a central commissary has been built. This enables Super Bowl of China to maintain its high level of food quality ----- enough for us to support thirty to forty more stores in the future.


The most important element of Super Bowl of China--- Chinese food ----has enjoyed a long history of success in the Philippine setting. Dishes like Sweet and Sour Pork, Beef with Broccoli, Crispy Fried Chicken, Lemon Chicken, and Yang Chow Fried Rice have long endeared themselves to the Filipino palate. Although these dishes are available in other restaurants, the quality of raw materials, the taste profile, generous servings and presentation are Super Bowl of China’s greatest points of differentiation. The ingredients used are of the highest quality, never compromising even if it means importing some of the items needed to create the perfect, traditional Chinese dish. The taste profile passes the most discriminating of standards and the presentation is always colorful and attractive to the eyes as well as flavorful to the palate. The biggest and most pleasant surprise for most people is the legendary Super Bowl of China servings--- very generous and value-priced.


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