Tired of canned goods and instant noodles? The Moment Group’s Filipino restaurant Manam has partnered with 7-Eleven to bring two of its bestselling dishes closer to customers.
Manam’s microwavable Beef Kare-Kare and Classic Sisig are now available at the convenience store’s Metro Manila branches.
“Hopefully mabusog kayo at mabusog din ang mga puso niyo. Malayo man tayo ngayon sa isa’t isa, nandito lang kami para sa inyo,” Manam said in its post on Facebook.
The microwavable sisig comes with pork strips in Manam’s signature sisig sauce, and served with rice. The kare-kare variant is made with beef strips and vegetables in savory peanut sauce, and served with rice and bagoong.
Prices range from P90 to P95. Go to 7-Eleven Philippines on Facebook to know more.
Meanwhile, select Manam branches and other restaurants under The Moment Group are open for pick-up and delivery via GrabFood and foodpanda. Go to Manam Comfort Filipino on Facebook.
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Great news for Choco Butternut and Bavarian lovers, Dunkin’ Donuts has reopened its Barangka Boni and Caltex Pioneer branches for delivery.
Customers may place their orders via GrabFood or LalaFood from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Available products are Barkada Bundle (a box of six premium and six classic donuts including Bavarian, Boston Kreme, Choco Butternut, and more) and D’ Coffee Box (eight cups of 8 oz. coffee).
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Cebuano chef Erick Congmon’s House of Lasagna delivers its well-loved Italian dishes for free, with no minimum order required.
The free delivery promo is available until April 20. Call (02) 7748-2003 to order. Orders can be placed from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
House of Lasagna was first established in San Juan. It currently has five branches in Metro Manila. Bestsellers include Beef Lasagna, Chicken Lasagna, Grilled Pork Chops, and Blueberry Cheesecake.
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