This restaurant does not give free drinking water-A A +A
Thursday, January 31, 2013
A TOURISM guy was heard airing his complaint of a restaurant selling famous chicken inasal. When the waiter asked him what drink he wanted and he said "water," the waiter answered back, "Sorry sir our water is not filtered." Oh, oh, so that meant that you have to pay for a bottle of water which is expensive, the tourism man told his companions.
This is one example of an establishment that sucks out all the money from their customer that even water is for sale by force, he insisted. And he asked why was this issued a sanitary permit by the government if it could not provide filtered water for the safety of its customers, the man continued to grumble.
When asked by his companion, he said the establishment is a nice place located specializing in chicken inasal at 18th street of Bacolod just across a gasoline station, the man said. City health officers, wake up! he added.
Last Monday, Marco Polo sales officers were in Bacolod to treat the travelling Bacoleños and Negrenses to a cocktail at 21 Resto, the favorite dining destination of many. Marco Polo Plaza Cebu Assistant Director for Sales Gemma Baz and Banquet and Catering Manager Tess Catipay welcomed their guests showing them the amenities of their hotel in Cebu City, the only 5-star hotel in that province.
On the next day, Petronas Energy Philippines Inc President/CEO Carlos Corpuz and Marketing Manager Mayenne G. Ledesma were the special guests of the Thunderbugs Bacolod Motorcycle Club that will host this year's National Federation of Motorcycle Clubs National Convention in Bacolod City on April 5-7. Petronas extended its helping hand to make the convention a success by providing the facilities and materials needed for the convention. Club Chairman Manolet Lamata and President Bingbong Escamilla together with Convention Chair Lito Aves welcome the Petronas group to Bacolod.
Published in the Sun.Star Bacolod newspaper on February 01, 2013.