(University of the City of Manila)
General Luna Street corner Muralla Street
Intramuros Manila, Philippines
College of Tourism, Hotel and Travel Industry Management
Your Filipino Cuisine with a Foreign Twist
In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Subject
Enterprise and Business Planning
BARCIA, Alexis C.
COLOMA, Elijah H.
PASCUAL, Charmaine Joan F.
SAGUN, Mary Ellyn
UMNI, Monica G.
(BS TTM 4th Year – Block 3)
Prof. Jefferson De Roxas
DATE: September 24, 2013
This feasibility study ascertains the possibility of setting up a restaurant that offers Fusion Cuisine inIntramuros Manila.
Fusion Cuisine blends the culinary traditions of two or more nations to create innovative and sometimes quite interesting dishes. It tends to be more common in culturally diverse and metropolitan areas, where there is a wider audience for such food. Critics of the practice sometimes call it “confusion cuisine,” arguing that chefs rely on novelty to carry the food, rather than flavor, texture, and presentation. It is about taking the best of two or more culinary disciplines and combining them to hopefully find a delicious hybrid of the two. Cuisines of this type are not categorized according to any one particular cuisine style and have played a part in innovations of many contemporary restaurant cuisines since the 1970s.
Fusion Cuisine is a term that many people have heard. While the name may be familiar, the precise meaning is harder to pin down. What makes fusion cuisine so hard to define is the fact that virtually anything can qualify as fusion. It is often a very much maligned and entirely misunderstood concept. The word, "Fusion," is most commonly applied to the act of combining two substances or items together, very often by the application of heat. Fusion Cooking relates and essentially