Johann’s Cuisine Joins the Frontier of The Food Business in Dine Philippines 2016

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Dine Philippines 2016, The Food Business and Tourism Caravan is going to be held at the SMX Convention Center of SM Lanang in Davao. Along with its media and local partners, this year’s theme is Think Big, a way of Dine Philippines in encouraging food entrepreneurs to join and be part of this year’s food tourism event.

Joining this year as a local partner is Johann’s Cuisine from Ozamiz City, along with Kuya J’s, Marco Polo Hotels, Chippens Catering Service and others. Johann’s Cuisine is one of the prime food businesses in Ozamiz City that serves grilled and local dishes that they are known for. For this food tourism caravan, Johann aims to delight the people by showcasing the beauty of a local fish found only in their area called Laya and the different ways of doing Kinilaw with Biasong and Tabon tabon as two of the ingredients.

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Located along Aguana St. in Ozamiz, you will find Johann’s Cuisine. This quaint food place is one busy hive despite its size. Known for its grilled dishes, people comes in for quick orders and good food. They also do local food catering and people gets to enjoy their offerings all year round – regular or special day it may be. Owned and managed by a man by which the place was named for, Johann Dagandara aims to let people know of his home place as a note worthy place to visit and explore – through his food offering in this food-tourism caravan event. So when in Ozamiz City, drop by at Lam-An Highway, Ozamiz City or you may call them at 088-521-4351 ; 0920-9459139; 0999-8717631; 0907-4735804

Come and visit the Dine Philippines 2016 Food Business and Tourism Caravan on October 4, 2016 at the SMX Convention Center of SM Lanang in Davao and experience food in gastronomic proportions and tourism in a plate. This event is made possible by Nestle Professional and Nestle Alegria as co-presenter’s, and endorsed by the Department of Tourism (DOT) and Commission on Higher Education. (CHED)

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