Tuesday, September 2, 2014


Anvil Business Club (Association of Young Filipino-Chinese Entrepreneurs) Honorary Chairman Jeffrey Ng celebrated a relatively low-key 50th birthday in conjunction with the Club's 9th monthly board meeting. Officers and past presidents trooped to Astoria Plaza Hotel's newest Japanese culinary find, with an exclusive dinner treat at the Minami-saki (南サキ), which has yet to formally open its doors to the public the following day.

The five-course Signature Japanese cuisine, personally prepared by Astoria Plaza Hotel's Chef Kimito Katagiri (公人片桐) – who seasoned his expertise through across-the-board training in the kitchens of Japan and sweeping toil in five-star hotels in the Philippines for more than three decades – consisted of buttered beef tenderloin, freshly skewered lobsters, oysters dipped in poached egg sauce, and a dazzling selection of delectable sushi and sashimi platter.

Amid a warm, cozy environment, doubly made pleasant with good food, and great friends, the board continues to display unprecedented enthusiasm, especially with its most recent string of noteworthy projects (i.e. Tacloban school donation, Gotianun forum, etc.) and looks forward to a number of up-and-coming activities, such as the monthly food trips, the 2nd Entrepreneurs' Summit, the Shanghai Goodwill Mission, and the Meycauayan Medical Mission.

Indeed, Anvil is "Seasoned to S.H.I.N.E." all the way!

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