Friday, May 24, 2019

Zwilling is Back in Megamall

Hello! Is anybody still here? Haha! 

Anyway, if you're a kitchen enthusiast, you'll be happy to know that German knives and cookwear manufacturer Zwilling re-opened their showroom at the lower ground floor of Megamall B late last year. That is, if you haven't heard of it by now. Because this is a pretty big deal, you know.

Founded in Solingen, Germany, which is known the world over for their high quality cutleries and blades, Zwilling has been making knives, cookware, flatware and even grooming tools (like scissors for cutting hair and mani/pedi tools) for more than 280 years now. 

As a kid, I remember my Mom saying knives from Solingen were the best, and so that stuck with me when I got married, and Dada and I started getting stuff for our home. We bought Zwilling knives, of course!

They really are the best because they're so sharp. Whenever we have to stay at serviced apartments or Airbnb's with regular knives, I really feel the difference. It's a struggle to cut through fruit and veggies when it shouldn't be. 

“We are proud to announce that we are bringing the European lifestyle here in the Philippines through the partnership with the Zwilling Group. We strongly feel that Filipinos deserve such high quality products that are built to last.” according to Mark Zwolfer, Abenson Group Brand’s General Manager. 

Mark Zwolfer, Abenson Group Brand’s General Manager

Apart from Zwilling knives, the showroom also showcases stainless steel Zwilling cookware, my favorite French enameled cast iron cookware from Staub, Ballarini cookware from Italy; and  authentic Japanese knives by Miyabi.

Enameled cast iron cookware and serveware from Staub 

Jackie and Walter Lim of the Abenson Group, with a wall full of Staub pots behind them

Jorg Esslinger and Michael Gordner of Zwilling J.A. Henckels with Walter Lim of Abenson

So if you're looking to upgrade to quality kitchen essentials, that are built to last, you know where to go! ;)

Lower Ground Floor
Megamall Building B
Mandaluyong City

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