Executive Chef Vic Barangan has expertly selected and packaged in black box sets the bestselling comfort food offered at Richmonde Hotel Ortigas and Eastwood’s all-day dining restaurants.
The four Black Box gourmet meal sets can serve up to two to three persons.
Black Box 1 is a choice of two “Breakfast Favorites,” namely garlic longganisa, pork tocino, beef tapa, or bangus a la pobre, served with fried egg and garlic rice, and priced at P650.
Black Box 2 is a pair of much-loved “Filipino Flavors”—kare-kare (beef short ribs/ox tail and tripe, peanut stew, steamed garden vegetables) and lechon liempo (deep-fried pork belly, grilled eggplant, tomato salsa)—for P900.
Those with a penchant for spices will enjoy Black Box 3 which is a “Taste of Asia” consisting of nasi goreng (Indonesian-style mixed satay of beef and chicken, with scented rice and kropek) and pad thai (rice noodles, shrimps, egg) for only P750.
For a hearty snack fix, there’s Black Box 4, a “Sandwich Bundle” of Richmonde’s signature burger made with 100 percent Angus beef, pretzel bun, and gruyere cheese; and a filling club sandwich with bacon, lettuce, tomato, chicken, egg salad, ham, and cheese, priced at 750.
All prices are inclusive of VAT and other applicable taxes.
Flat rate for deliveries to Makati, Mandaluyong, Pasig, and Quezon City is P150. Delivery is free for those who reside or work within Eastwood City.
Pick-up is also available at the driveway of Richmonde Hotel Ortigas and Eastwood Richmonde Hotel.
To pre-order, call, text, or send a Viber message to 0917-821-0333 (Eastwood Richmonde Hotel) or 0917-859-7954 (Richmonde Hotel Ortigas) with name, address, Black Box choices and quantities, and preferred time and date of delivery or pick-up. Orders may also be made through the hotels’ official Facebook pages.
One day lead time is required, and payments can be settled via online bank transfers, cash, or credit card (for curbside pickups only). More payment options will be available soon.
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