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Dine in like a pro

As diners gradually and safely experience the pleasures of eating out again, a member-exclusive program of an on-demand food delivery service makes it easier to look for and avail of discounts from restaurants in the metro. 

Poco Deli’s Sausage Platter and Chili’s Fajita Trio are some of the dishes pandapro members can get at discounted prices for dine in. 
Poco Deli’s Sausage Platter and Chili’s Fajita Trio are some of the dishes pandapro members can get at discounted prices for dine in. 
Foodpanda’s pandapro, a subscription service, offers members up to 40 percent discount when they dine in at partner establishments. “We want to give our customers the enjoyment of dining in restaurants again, this is why we have partnered with these restaurants for pandapro,” managing director Daniel Marogy said in a statement. 

Members get access via the app to discounts on Discovery Primea Hotel’s Tapenade’s Wagyu Beef and Mushroom Paella; Mamma Mia’s hearty Agnello Alla Scottadito; Dohtonbori’s Okonomiyaki, Donburi, and Yakiniku; Chili’s Baby Back Ribs, Classic Ribeye, and Fajita Trio; Poco Deli’s Quattro Formaggi and Quattro Carne Pizza; and more.  

Poco Deli’s Sausage Platter and Chili’s Fajita Trio are some of the dishes pandapro members can get at discounted prices for dine in. 

Monthly subscription to pandapro is P50, while an annual membership is P399. To become a member, you must be at least 18 years old with a valid credit or debit card. Click on your profile icon on the top left corner of the foodpanda app home screen and fill in the details on the “Become a pandapro” page. 

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