Breakfast and lunch at Starbucks

posted December 04, 2016 at 06:30 pm
by  Manila Standard Lifestyle
Starbucks makes meals more delectable with signature pairings comprising of flavorful food and beverage combinations available at all branches nationwide.

For breakfast, Starbucks offers irresistible croissant sandwiches – Spanish Chorizo, Egg and Fontina Cheese, and Turkey Ham, Egg White and Emmental Cheese. Savory and filling, these sandwiches and also the pastries in the stores are best paired with a cup of brewed coffee. Now you have something perfect to start your day.

Start your day right with the perfect pair of Starbucks’s brewed coffee and Perfect Oatmeal
In addition, Starbucks’ brewed coffee can also be paired with the Starbucks Perfect Oatmeal, a hearty serving of oatmeal with dried fruit and organic agave syrup in the morning. Now, breakfast signature pairings also include the appetizing Chocolate Twist.

For lunch, pair tasty sandwiches and savory dishes with the Featured Tall Iced Shaken Tea. For the much-needed quick lunch in between meetings, try the Chicken Salad on Croissant Baguette, and the Beef Pastrami layered with Monterey Jack Cheese on Croissant Baguette. With more time, you can also enjoy Spinach Lasagna and Chicken Cannelloni with Iced Shaken Tea.

Coffee and other Starbucks drinks go well with (from top) Spanish Chorizo sandwich, Turkey Ham, Chicken Cannelloni, Chicken Salad, and Spinach Lasagna.
Starbucks signature breakfast pairings are available at a special bundled price from store opening to 10 a.m. only, while the signature lunch pairings are also available at a special bundled price from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. only.

For more information about the Signature Pairings, please visit www.starbucks.ph/promo/starbucks-signature-pairings.

Topics: Breakfast and lunch , Starbucks
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