Judy Anne Santos restaurant Angrydobo soon to open

Judy Anne Santos restaurant called Angrydobo is soon to open.

Together with her husband, Ryan Agoncillo, they had their launching event last April 24, at the Viking Range Showroom in Alabang. The said event was attended by the couple’s close friends. There was a pop-up kitchen set-up in the venue for for menu tasting .

According to pep.ph, spotted in the event were ” Raymund Isaac, ABS-CBN executive Biboy Arboleda, China Cojuangco and husband Chef Gene Gonzales (who is Juday’s mentor), Eat Bulaga! Dabarkads Pauleen Luna and Pia Guanio (who came with husband Steve Mago), fashion designers Paul Cabral and Rajo Laurel, and Ryan’s manager Noel Ferrer...Ryan’s brother and business partner Dondee Agoncillo and his wife Maloo also came.”

Angrydobo ise set to open by May and their first resto will be located in
Taft Avenue, across De La Salle University.

In his Instagram account, Ryan shared the story behind Angrydobo.

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Close to 14 years ago, when we were just dating, we got into this really petty argument that just blew up. You know those fights that just go around in circles, where you eventually forget how it started and then just end up being quiet in the car on the drive home? We had lots of those. But, one night in Los Angeles, something magical came out of this particular lovers quarrel. Judy Anne had promised to cook adobo for our Filipino friends in LA. The plan was to make a big batch that they could then just throw in the fridge and reheat at least for the next 2 weeks. So that night, fight or no fight, I was sent out with a list of ingredients. It was close to midnight when I got back. My girlfriend was having a glass of wine in the kitchen. Without uttering a word, I dumped the supplies on the counter, and immediately went to bed. As I got up the next morning, imagine my surprise as I spot Juday still in the kitchen, apparently never having gone to sleep, still working and cooking up a frenzy. The kitchen was hot and heavy with the smell of passion and witchcraft. Something was going on. Soon as I parked my butt on the kitchen stool, the cook wordlessly places a bowl in front of me and goes straight to bed. It was almost noon, but the house was dead quiet and not a soul was in sight. I looked down into the bowl of fluffy white rice, topped with this dark but gleaming adobo still steamy fresh out of the pot. I took a spoonful. #angrydobo #madewithlove

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