There are chefs who can turn anything into a culinary masterpiece. They are Titans of Teppanyaki, the Big-Cheese of the Bento… the Highlanders of Hibachi.
And then, there’s Pedro.
Pedro practices the art of omakase -- where his guest doesn’t know what he’s making. And that makes two of them.
When he folds ingredients into his tempura batter, one can liken it to origami. In that it tastes like paper.
Pedro likes mixing things up in the kitchen. His sukiyaki is actually teriyaki, and his teriyaki is actually guacamole.
Once, the recipe called for massaging the beef, he went with shiatsu.
The sear on his salmon steak is so rare, that Pedro can only replicate it once every 7 years.
Truly, it can be said that Pedro’s cooking is reminiscent of an Akira Kurosawa masterpiece without subtitles—no one gets it.
We might not be able to save Pedro, but we can save his dinner guests. With Maggi Magic Sarap, All-in-One seasoning. Made with fresh onions, garlic, flavorful chicken and spices turning almost any dish well…Pedro-proof.