What’s the way to an absolutely satisfying chicken snack? Move, shake, and pop it while it’s hot. Head on to Family Mart and grab its deliciously new chicken poppers. Choose from three flavors— chili garlic, karaage, and cheese. Take them solo for P59 or have a complete meal with rice for only P65.
Have your fill
Working extra hard these past few weeks, just finished a successful project, or entering a new venture? There is always a reason to treat yourself once in a while and one way of doing that is by dining at the Master of Buffet Cuisine, Sambo Kojin as it delights customers with more delectable items in its already extensive menu. Get to indulge in the best of Japanese and Korean barbecue with a wider variety.
Among its spread of savory Japanese and Korean favorites, Sambo Kojin introduces new dishes for diners to enjoy. Have your fill with its latest selection of rice dishes, which include the Sambo Kojin kamameshi, salmon ebiko kamameshi, and the tori kamameshi.
It’s Teppan items now include niku tamago, niku tamago curry, tori teppa, and katai yaki soba. Have a bite of okonomiyaki with a choice of Kaisen (seafood) or Butaniku No (pork) to suit your tastes. The Tempura menu still has all kinds including ebi, kani, ika, kisu, nasu, satsumaimo, and kakeage plus new additions like somen (Japanese noodles), kabocha (squash), shishito (chili pepper), and saya ingen.
Graduates, with two full paying adult guests, also get a free buffet treat on their graduation day, up to seven days after, until July 1.
Moving up feast
It’s time to graduate and to move up. Celebrate this wonderful milestone in your life at Mario’s.
A party of four or more plus the graduate can choose from the delicious Graduation Menu consisting of pollo iberico, a half roast chicken seasoned with garlic, pepper, and spices; chicken parmesan, chicken fillets topped with creamy cheese sauce and served with fettucine al burro; barbeque spareribs, meaty ribs with Mario’s special sauce; and salpicon de Mar y Tierra, shrimps and tenderloin cubes sautéed in olive oil, garlic and chillies on a bed of garlic rice.
The graduate eats for free! Just show your school ID or diploma.
Available daily for lunch and dinner; 191 Tomas Morato Avenue, Quezon City; 415 3887, 372-0360; email@example.com; 16 Upper Session Road, Baguio City; 074 442 4241; firstname.lastname@example.org; Facebook/Marios.Group
Made special with almonds
Bring home a delightfully new merienda to surprise your friends and family. Red Ribbon introduces another indulgent treat with the latest addition to its mamon staples—the new Red Ribbon white choco almond mamon. Its soft, fluffy, melt-in-your mouth white chiffon, creamy white chocolate, and crunchy almond bits make for a sweet treat that kids and grownups cannot resist!
Enjoy the new mamon for only P24 a piece; www.redribbonbakeshop.com.ph
Fresh from Vietnam
Go on a Vietnamese adventure at Crimson Hotel Filinvest City, Manila as it takes you to a journey to discover the culinary heritage of the Land of the Dragon People. Café 8 offers—through Chefs Nguyen Thi Khanh Ngan, Tran Kim Hoang Trong, and Vo Van Chien from Vietnam—a wide array of authentic Vietnamese specialties. Diners can take their taste buds on a culinary journey and explore the delicious and healthy flavors of Vietnamese cuisine without leaving Metro Manila. World-renowned dishes such as fried tofu, fresh spring roll, Vietnamese pho, crab noodle soup, and more will be featured in the selection.
Enjoy lunch buffet at P1,235++ or dinner at P1,410++, inclusive of free flowing beverages such as wine, beer, juices, and sodas.
www.crimsonhotel.com/manila; 02 863-2222