It’s the 10th Vikings Restaurant to open in the country but have its own distinctive Kapampangan identity with renowned Kapampangan cook Lilian Borromeo’s servings of bobotung asan, bringhe, kilayin, asadong Kapampangan, and tamales among others.
Raquel Bartolome, Vikings marketing manager, said every Vikings Restaurant outside Manila like Cebu, Bacolod and Lanang in Davao have their own native fare as a come-on for the locals.
“We want to continue what we have right now just like a Vikings invasion since this is our 10th store on our fifth year,” Bartolome said.
“One trait of Vikings is they love to feast just like Pinoys who love fiestas,” she added.
The most popular among men at any Vikings Restaurant is the carving station where a variety of steaks including lamb and turkey are offered while women prefer sushi at the Japanese station, Bartolome said.
Vikings offers traditional Filipino culinary fares and an international menu prepared by Executive Chef Trevor Vurner of Scotland.
Two VIP rooms inside the restaurant can accommodate a group of 30 to 40 people for private dining.
Lunch is at P738 plus five percent service charge while dinner costs P938 plus five percent service charge. Holiday rates are dinner rate including lunch.
Customers, especially large groups, are advised to make a reservation two weeks ahead of time while walk-in customers are also welcome. Reservations can also be made through Vikings Facebook page or Messenger, Bartolome said.