Mang Inasal favorites now come in Family Size

posted August 07, 2020 at 04:43 pm
Your favorite Mang Inasal meals now come in Family Size and are available only via takeout or delivery.

Mang Inasal favorites now come in Family Size

To address the growing demand for group meals for stay-at-home customers, Mang Inasal has added to its menu five new offerings: 4 pieces Chicken Inasal Paa Large, in either original or spicy variant; 3 pieces Chicken Inasal Pecho Large; 10 sticks Pork BBQ; and Palabok good for 4 to 5 servings. Prices start at Php199.

The Mang Inasal Family Size meals are available for delivery through GrabFood, FoodPanda, and LalaFood. Customers may also call the specific Mang Inasal store for delivery or place their orders online through Mang Inasal Facebook Messenger Chatbot, Jose.

In addition to observing high quality standards in food preparation and service, Mang Inasal also follows strict ‘no-touch’ delivery protocols for the safety of its employees and consumers.

For a complete listing of stores that offer takeout and delivery services, visit https://stores.jfc.com.ph/manginasal.html .

In a related development, Mang Inasal has also launched its Everyday Sarap Savers – a line of delicious, value-for-money meals intended to draw customers to buy them as often as they want. It is comprised of the regular Chicken Inasal, one-stick Pork BBQ and Pork Sisig -- all served with one cup of rice – and Palabok.

Also, Mang Inasal has added a third variant to its line of creamy Halo-Halo for merienda. The Mang Inasal Buko Pandan Halo-Halo, which is on a limited run, has been delighting customers since its introduction in July.

Topics: Mang Inasal , Family Size , Everyday Sarap Savers , Chicken Inasal
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