We, Filipinos, have always loved putting many kinds of sauces on our food to enhance its flavor and to add more character to the dish. This unique habit of ours has led to the creation of the Filipino-Negrense Bistro, SARSÁ.

Sarsa is where new flavors are born and methodologies of cooking revisited taken from the many regions of the Philippines. It features traditional Filipino and Negrense dishes, done in a contemporary practice using only the best of ingredients.

Renowned Negrense chef JP Anglo has spear-headed these exciting changes in Sarsa and has done subtly so with flair without forgetting the roots of our beloved Filipino dishes. He introduces a plethora of new dishes every six months, thus ensuring that customers will always have something to look forward to.We hope you will enjoy our dishes and sarsas, and that you will have as much fun trying different combinations as we had in creating them.

JP Anglo (a.k.a. Chef Jayps) acquired most of his culinary
expertise while working as an apprentice both in and out of
the country. He obtained a Diploma in Culinary Arts and
Technology Management from the Center of Culinary Arts
in Manila, a degree in Hospitality Management from TAFE
Ultimo in Sydney, Australia and a degree from the world acclaimed Le Cordon Bleu cooking school also in Sydney, Australia.

Chef Anglo specializes in Filipino and Asian cuisine and has worked abroad for international restaurants to expand his culinary horizons and learn new techniques. He now travels around Asia regularly to sample new kinds of food and to update his palate.

On T.V., Chef Jayps was a judge in the top rated TV show Master Chef Pinoy Edition and was also a judge in the highly acclaimed Junior Master Chef. He was a regular guest chef in the popular but now defunct daily talk show of Kris Aquino – Kris TV. Currently, he is the host of CNN Philippines new food and travel show, “Hungry with Chef JP“, which premiered to rave reviews and is now in its second season.