Esquire online features Ooma’s new shop in Salcedo Village, with a highlight on new and exclusive menu items.
“Shawa Wama caters to busy people, who can dine and dash with food designed to be eaten on the move.”
“The brand was a result of the company’s partners reminiscing about college moments of decades past spent eating casual shawarma, and the millennials in the company who echoed the exact same thing.” Thank you so much, CNN Life for a great feature on our newest brand!
Spot.ph highlights Ooma Sushi Bar’s aburi maki and aburi bowl menu items as it sets up shop in Salcedo Village.
The Moment Group launches its newest concept, Shawa Wama, a locally thought-out brand that presents its own take on the flavors of Israel, Lebanon, and Turkey, through eastern Mediterranean street food fare. Located at the ground floor of Power Plant Mall, and served dominantly over the counter, dishes here are cobbled together as get ’em and go food.
Shawa Wama gets its name from the globally recognized shawarma. Except this time it’s been turned on its head, as a modish takeout shop, trading in the standard shawarma wrap for pita pockets, and a few other things. The menu reads short and sweet, divided into a trifecta of stuffed pita, rice bowls, and hummus options with meat options that come in the form of beef, chicken, and lamb, or vegetarian options like red beet falafel or fried cauliflower. The three of which can be picked from and used in the Wama Specials, that is, a protein of one’s choosing with hummus, pita, and rice. Additionally a 12-hour sous vide Primo beef slab can be ordered over rice, or with the Wama Special. These all come with a side of tangy cabbage slaw, and can be smothered with five different sauces of cheese, mild green chili, hot red bird’s eye, white garlic, and lemon garlic. Each meal that comes out of the menu is exotic yet familiar, and is simple, yet satisfying.
To date, Shawa Wama stands to be the most affordable concept in The Moment Group’s line of restaurants. With tummy-filling meals coming in under P250, it’s a steal that doesn’t scrimp out on anything. As Wama meals are meant to be taken out and away, a delivery option will be available soon.
Metro seems to love Shawa Wama. Here are five reasons why.
News on Moment Group’s latest concept has been buzzing. Here’s all you need to know about Shawa Wama, which opened last April 10.
Spot.ph features cheap eats for the week of March 31 to April 6, including Linguini Fini’s eat-all-you can pizza and pasta promo, which now comes with even wider selection to choose from.
“The ultimate carnivore’s take out, however, has to be the 12-hour sous vide primo beef slab over rice or with the Wama Special. A hangover remedy you say? We’d have to agree.” Thanks for the feature, Philippine Tatler! If you haven’t read about our new concept, follow the link and read on.
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