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Meat Plus Group

Always a positive experience.

Inspired by travel and a passion for different cultures, Meat Plus has a vast menu of culinary delights, utilizing the freshest ingredients to bring homemade dishes straight to your table.

Who We Are

Meat Plus Specialists Philippines Inc. (MPSPI) was founded on the principle that a hearty meat dish begins with a great cut of meat. It traces its roots to a popular Subic Free Port Zone steak retail outlet-restaurant in the ‘90s distinguished by its globally-sourced tender, juicy steaks and burgers.  Close to 3 decades later today, dining at Meat Plus Café remains for most the highlight of a memorable journey to Subic.

Following its success in Subic, MPSPI’s stakeholders ventured beginning in 2000 to Metro Manila to establish three thriving restaurant brands: Tenderbobs, Kettle and Fireside.

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Our Brands

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Meat Plus Café

Tender Bob's

Meat Plus Café has cooked steak for Filipino families for 30 years. The brand has perfected its recipes, refined its services, and even branched out to areas outside of Subic. Meat Plus Café is in the business of making families feel at home for a long time and it doesn’t intend to stop there.

  • Subic

  • Clark

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Tender Bob's is a household name known for its Steaks, Ribs and Burgers since year 2000. This American casual dining brand is known to satisfy a family's spectrum of palettes.

  • Greenhills Promenade

  • Shangri-la Plaza Mall

  • SM Bacoor

  • SM Mall of Asia

  • SM Marilao

  • SM North Edsa

Kettle offers comfort food curated and tweaked for today's highly visual and discriminating foodies such as its signature Original Buttermilk Fried Chicken, Pork and Potato Strips, House Salad, and other fresh offerings. 

  • Shangri-la Plaza Mall

  • Greenhills (Soon To Open)

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Fireside offers cozy group dining experiences. It is focused on hearty dishes for sharing like roasts, grills, meatloaf, its must-try truffle potato chips, cocktails and alcoholic beverages. 

  • Molito Alabang 

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