Gringo, your friendly amigo and jovial host who loves food and fun, makes celebrations more memorable as he treats your family and friends to a muy delicioso party with a special new dish and two Holaday Boards.
To prepare for this year's holiday season, Gringo is introducing his own version of Lechon Cubano – a slow-roast, Cuban-style lechon belly marinated with a special mix of aromatics. It is perfectly crunchy and crispy on the outside, yet truly tender on the inside.Drizzled with a special Chimichurri sauce, Gringo is offering the Lechon Cubano in different sizes: Chikito (for one), Pepito (for two to three) and Bendito (for four to five). This can also be ordered as a set meal with sides. For office parties and potluck celebrations, you can get the Fiesta Pack which is good for eight persons.Celebrations are more fun with friends, so Gringo invited over his amigo Sancho and amiga Buena to help him whip up this year’s Holaday Boards.
Sancho's board features meat dishes, including the Lechon Cubano, while Buena's board will highlight seafood dishes, including tilapia fingers with salsa verde. Both Holaday Boards include a combination of Gringo’s bestsellers such as the Original Roast Chicken and BBQ Ribs. Each board also comes with four soft tacos, a platter of rice, a side of nachos, and a pitcher of delightful house-brewed iced tea.The Holaday Boards, which can fill up four to six amigos, are served with a special limited-time only dessert that’s off the menu – the Ube de Queso.Gringo outlets are located in Ayala Malls Feliz; Ayala Malls Manila Bay; Ayala Malls The 30th; Ayala UP Town Center; Festival Mall; O Square 2 Greenhills; Palanca St. cor. Dela Rosa in Makati; SM CDO Downtown Premiere; SM Dasmariñas; SM Fairview; SM Legazpi; SM Manila; SM Marilao; SM Megamall; MAAX (beside SM MOA Arena); SM North EDSA; SM Santa Rosa; SM Sucat; and The Fort in BGC.
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