Caffe Caruso Ristorante Italiano was recognized for giving Filipinos authentic food and wine, excellent hospitality, and accommodating ambiance.
On August 3, the Italian Chamber of Commerce in Manila Italian chamber headed by Alessandro Abbate awarded a plaque of hospitality to the restaurant.
The awarding ceremony was witnessed by Italian Ambassador to the Philippines Massimo Roscigno. Accepting the award were Caruso owners Dario Gardini and Emilio Mina.
Dinner followed and the best Italian cuisine was enjoyed by guests including former Sen. Edgardo Angara, Gov. Chavit Singson and daughter Kimberley, and Richard and Richelle Michael.
Marubeni Philippines president Koichi Kuwamura, businessman Dennis Villareal, Mr. and Mrs. Jose Mari Chan, Kalila Aguiluz, and other regular patrons also attended.
To Caffe Caruso, congratulations and hope you maintain the great service.
Meanwhile, a gathering of finance and business stalwarts took place in Alabang as The Bellevue Manila, the premiere 5-star hotel in the Southern Metro Manila, sponsored a joint foreign chambers networking night.
Held at the hotel’s magnificent grand ballroom, the noteworthy event gathered members of the foreign chambers of Britain, Europe, Germany, Canada, USA, Australia-New Zealand, Japan, Korea, as well as member of the Philippine Association of Multinational Companies Regional Headquarters Inc.
Leading the evening’s program was Austalian-New Zealand Chambers of Commerce Philippines executive director Angie Patterson and president Ian Porter who gave the opening remarks to formally start the affair.
It was indeed a significant gathering as the guests exchanged ideas to further strengthen the economic ties and the business and social relations between their countries and the Philippines.