Since the quarantine started, most of us had to look for ways to adapt to our new reality. We asked Camille Anglo and her husband, JP Anglo, owner of Sarsa Kitchen on how they transformed their restaurant into a lifestyle market.
Sarsa restaurant is known for their best traditional Filipino and Negrense dishes, done with a contemporary touch.
The power couple were able to pivot their business and stay productive, even during these uncertain times.
"Sarsa Stockroom started because during the start of lockdown, we literally had to sell some stuff from our stockroom just so that we could liquidate them, and we just continued to do it after." Camille shares.
Along with dine-in by reservations with a set menu, Sarsa now also sells fruits and vegetables, plants, dinnerware, home decor, and apparel among other things.
"I guess we just all gotta be resilient these times and do anything to keep the lights on, diba." Camille shares.
What changes did you have to make during the lockdown? Let us know in the comments.
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