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Gallery Vask to Close Temporarily in 2018

Get your fill of tapas while you still can.
IMAGE COURTESY GALLERY VASK
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Better get your fill of Chele Gonzalez' tapas and degustation menus while you still can. Gallery VASK and VASK Tapas Room will close down temporarily to give way to renovations starting January 13, 2018.

Open since 2013, Gallery VASK wowed diners for the last five years, and even earned a spot in Asia's 50 Best Restaurants list twice in a row. According to Gonzalez, "Gallery VASK will evolve and continue to reflect the travels and knowledge I have experienced over the past five years, developing dishes, concepts, and flavors that have touched and inspired me, which I want to share with more diners. We will also open a creative space that will allow me to express what we have researched and investigated." So expect to have your favorites again plus new exciting dishes when they reopen in March 2018.

Gallery VASK is at 5/F Clipp Center, 11th Avenue corner 39th Street, Bonifacio Global City.

This story originally appeared on Spot.ph.

* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.

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