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  1. KV Golamco for Noelle Cassandra January 14, 2011 at 1:22 am

    Good morning Ms. Aspacio,

    My name is Noelle Cassandra and we have just opened an exciting
    restaurant we hope you would be interested to feature in
    http://www.mytummyisfull.com. It is the Philippines’ first ever Coca
    Cola inspired Restaurant called “The Real Thing Diner” located at the
    2nd floor of Il Terrazzo Building, 305 Tomas Morato Corner Scout
    Madrinan Street, Quezon City. Tel no. 3524320. Website:
    http://www.therealthingdiner.com.

    Our concept is very unique. Through the Coca Cola Brand, our aim is to
    give our customers a 100% Coca Cola dining experience through our
    food, ambiance and service. The Real Thing Diner offers a wide array
    of reasonably priced American comfort food and drinks gamely infused
    with Coca Cola products. Our ambiance is a Coca Cola Collectors dream.
    Please find a simple write-up below.

    We would like to invite you at your convenient schedule to visit us
    for this unique dining experience. We hope that our concept will be
    interesting enough to be featured in http://www.mytummyisfull.com.

    You may contact me anytime at 09175160804 or via this email address.
    Thank you very much and we hope to hear from you soon.

    Noelle Cassandra

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    Asia’s Only Harpist, Singer and Songwriter has opened the Philippines’
    first-ever Coca Cola Inspired Restaurant

    Noelle Cassandra, Asia’s Only Harpist, Singer and Songwriter, is not a
    new name in the Philippine music scene. This classically trained
    beauty, originally from Vancouver, Canada has successfully and
    creatively innovated the harp into her own classical pop. Her debut
    record with Dyna and her latest self titled album under Viva Records
    have been warmly received in all record stores nationwide. Being an
    Awit Awards, Aliw Awards and Catholic Mass Media Awards Finalist,
    Noelle has performed with established names in entertainment such as
    Kuh Ledesma, Sharon Cuneta, Martin Nievera, John Lesaca, Tots
    Tolentino, Jose Mari Chan, Richard Poon, Willie Nepomuceno and Josh
    Groban.

    Not only is this beauty skilled as an artist, she has also ventured
    into entrepreneurship, specifically into the challenging world of food
    and beverage. Noelle is one of the founders of the Philippines’ first
    Coca Cola inspired Restaurant called “The Real Thing Diner”, which
    opened its doors to the public last November of 2010.

    Of all the restaurant concepts, why Coke? “Coca Cola needs no
    introduction”, Noelle says, “Billions upon billions of people
    worldwide drink their products everyday, making it the world’s most
    valuable brand.”

    “Coke has been and will be an integral part of daily life,” Noelle
    continues, “it is a known fact that Coke products have been used in
    many other ways aside from drinking them at their basic, refreshing
    forms. Some use Coke either as a cleaner for burnt pans, to clean
    coins, as a sun burn accelerator, or even to relieve jelly fish
    stings, etc. The list goes on and on. So one day, I asked myself how
    interesting it would be to use Coke in food. And so there and then,
    the Real Thing Diner concept was born.”

    The Real Thing Diner was established on the 2nd floor of Il Terrazzo
    on Tomas Morato corner Scout Madrinan Street in Quezon City on
    November 2010 with the main draw being the integration of different
    Coca Cola products into classical and contemporary food and drinks.
    The Real Thing Diner offers a wide array of reasonably priced American
    comfort food gamely infused with Coca Cola products such as the Coca
    Cola Baby Back Ribs, Sarsi Chicken Wings, Sarsi Fish and Chips, Eight
    O Clock Apple Green Tea Fillet of Fish, Royal Tru Orange Porkchop,
    Sprite Spam and Coca Cola Seafood Jambalaya to name a few.

    There are many other choices as well for non sweet tooths such as the
    Chicken Amigo, Ribeye Steak, Ol Fashion Spaghetti and Meatballs, Hail
    Caesar Salad and the Diner’s array of burgers.

    The Real Thing Diner also offers creative Coke-mixed beverages, also
    known as Coca Cola “Concoctions” such as Coca Cola Brew (mix of Coke,
    Sarsi and Coffee) and Coca Cola Cinnamon Snifter (Coke, Sarsi,
    Cinnamon and Ice Cream) to name a few. The Diner also serves the
    traditional Ice cream Floats, milkshakes and other desserts as well as
    cocktails and beer.

    “Our aim is to provide our customers with unique food and drinks at
    reasonable prices. We also want to transport our diners to the world
    of Coke when they enter our restaurant… A truly 100% Coca Cola
    experience”, Noelle continues.

    Indeed, upon entering The Real Thing Diner, you are immediately
    transported to the land of Coca Cola. The colour motif is dominantly
    red, white and black, Coke memorabilia line the walls and shelves,
    music mingling Christmas jingles with old Coke radio and TV ads are
    continuously played from the speakers, waiters serving all wear coke
    uniforms with a smile on their faces.

    All in all, it is truly a Coca Cola experience. Diners leave the
    restaurant, as one famous Coke marketing campaign perfectly put it –
    “with a Coke and a Smile”. Truly, you can’t beat “The Real Thing”.

    The Real Thing Diner is located on the 2nd floor of Il Terrazzo
    Building, 305 Tomas Morato Corner Scout Madrinan Street, Quezon City.
    It is open everyday for Lunch and Dinner. Tel no. 3524320 or check out
    http://www.therealthingdiner.com. Major Credit Cards are accepted. Add us on
    Facebook – “The Real Thing Diner”

  2. jessica March 17, 2011 at 9:42 am

    what country are you in?

    • Eve March 18, 2011 at 12:38 pm

      Hello Jessica! We are in Manila, Philippines. 🙂

  3. Lhan November 7, 2012 at 8:18 pm

    Hi ate Jen, adding this food blog of yours to mine =)

  4. Joyce miller September 29, 2013 at 9:55 pm

    cant find you guys in Cardsapp. what is your cbn number? Appreciate your help

  5. Aiza October 29, 2013 at 10:57 am

    Hi, i just want to ask kung san po ako pwede makabili ng kape juan 6 in 1. Thanks in advance. 🙂

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