After attending the University of Texas at Austin, earning her bachelor’s degree in biology, and later pursuing a masters and doctorate in physical therapy, Camille De Los Reyes, made the ultimate decision to return to the food industry she grew up in.
In 2016, Camille took over her family’s small Filipino grocery store and restaurant with the bold mission to serve the entire San Antonio community a taste of Filipino food and culture.
Since then and with the help of her husband, Adrian, the husband-and-wife duo focused on growing the Sari-Sari brand. What once started out as a small Asian market operated out of her family's garage has now grown to include Jeepney Street Eats food truck, Buddahful Belly ghost kitchen, and a second Sari-Sari Store in San Antonio’s Stone Oak neighborhood.
But that’s not all for this on-the-move mother of three, keep an eye out for Camille’s new series of pop-up supper clubs that will be hitting the San Antonio food scene as a preview to their next restaurant.