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Pasta specialty store opens in new location
by Press release

The country’s largest Filipino-owned restaurant that specializes in pasta had its store opening last Sept. 2 at its new location at the third floor, fronting cinema 4 of SM City Baguio.

The newly renovated The Old Spaghetti House (TOSH) is a full store that carries the complete line of pasta, handcrafted pizza, entrée, and beverages, said TOSH Marketing Manager Ace L. Azarraga.

TOSH General Manager Lizzie Guerrero said that in the new design, they want to give families, friends, and students dining there for the first time to have an experience that they would always look forward to.

Guerrero said that while the old TOSH is primarily Western-influenced in set up and menu, it highlights traditional Filipino values.

The TOSH banks on family recipes to become a household word without the expensive tab.

“The venture eventually became a family affair, with hand-me-down traditional family recipes finding their way into the menu. This is a cooking family after all,” Chito’s mother, Annie, founder of the Cravings Group of Restaurants and Center for Culinary Arts, said. Lizzie’s side of the family made its contributions as well.

TOSH has 17 branches nationwide.

Established in 2003, TOSH is a Filipino-owned company whose product lines include specialty in pasta and pizza. Its timelessness can be compared to the relationship of husband and wife Lizzie and Chito. The two have gone a long way from being next door partners, childhood sweethearts, a married couple, and eventually business partners with their background in the food business.

The two decided to put up a canteen. Four outlets later, the Guerrero’s thought of expanding their business and they decided to cook staple comfort food like spaghetti.

Banking on family recipes, these eventually found its way into the TOSH menu.


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