There is a need out there for a restaurant catering to Filipino-Americans, offering food that they’re truly familiar with, tasty yet reasonably priced and served in a clean professional restaurant environment.
A restaurant that Filipino-Americans can be proud of, showing their pride in it by bringing their non-Filipino friends along. They’ll come in groups to celebrate birthdays, anniversaries and those special occasions in the traditional way of sharing food or “salu-salo.”
The convivial atmosphere in a town fiesta is chosen as a theme of the restaurant, reflecting the world-renowned Filipino hospitality. This feeling is captured in the mural one will find in any of its location.
The first Salo-Salo Restaurant opened in November 1, 1999 in West Covina, followed by the Artesia branch beside the popular and trendy Cerritos Mall on October 1, 2001. The highly successful branch in exciting Las Vegas soon followed on October 10, 2003, serving the huge Filipino-American market there. The Salo-Salo Glendale franchise opened it’s doors on January 16, 2006 near the fabulous Glendale Galleria. As good locations become available, new stores are planned to be built on known Filipino-American population centers in California.