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Popeyes’ star-studded debut in PH 

Some of the biggest names in the entertainment industry recently graced the opening of Popeyes in ArcoVia City, Pasig, the first branch in the Philippines and the first to unveil a new hip and more vibrant global look worldwide. 

Popeyes’ star-studded debut in PH 
From left: Restaurant Brands International (RBI) Asia Pacific regional president Sami Siddiqui, Matteo Guidicelli, Kuya J Group chairman Lowell Yu, and RBI Asia Pacific president Naheem Khan
Getting exclusive first taste of the flavorful crispy fried chicken were showbiz personalities including Iza CalzadoMatteo GuidicelliPops Fernandez, and Jed Madela.

Also gracing the opening were JM Rodriguez who hosted the event, Vern and Verniece EncisoMikaela MartinezJason Abalos, and Kate Valdez.

Popeyes’ star-studded debut in PH 
 Iza Calzado and Jed Madela
Aside from its fried chicken that’s juicy not greasy, made fresh daily, and packed with Cajun-inspired flavors from Louisiana, USA, guests also indulged in Popeyes classic treats such as the original honey biscuits, Cajun rice, and chicken tenders. Their Popeyes experience were taken up a notch with new treats—the hazelnut and white chocolate biscuits, two delightful flavors which can be paired with your fried chicken or can be served as dessert, and Popeyes Spaghetti, a sweet, meaty meal that’s exclusive to the Philippines.  

Popeyes’ star-studded debut in PH 
Ehra Madrigal, JM Rodriguez, and Will Devaughn
From entertainment personalities to diplomats, the opening of the first Popeyes restaurant in the Philippines was indeed a momentous occasion with so many firsts in the country. 

 Jason Abalos
To learn more, visit the website at www.popeyes.ph or follow them on Facebook www.facebook.com/popeyesph, and Instagram www.instagram.com/popeyesph.

Topics: Popeyes , Iza Calzado ,  Matteo Guidicelli ,  Pops Fernandez , Jed Madela
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