S Maison’s specialties available via drive-thru

posted August 09, 2020 at 09:30 pm
by  Manila Standard Lifestyle
Paradise Dynasty’s signature 8-Flavored Xiao Long Bao, Locavore’s Sizzling Sinigang, Korean barbecue from Song Do Won, and more are now available via drive-thru at S Maison.

DINNER FROM DRIVE-THRU. S Maison at Conrad Manila opens a drive-thru area where customers can pick up their orders from the mall’s restaurant tenants, including (from top) Paradise Dynasty’s Pork Dumpling in hot chili vinaigrette and Crispy Fried Crystal Prawn, and Starbucks Reserve’s coffee and other beverages.
The premier lifestyle mall at Conrad Manila Hotel serves specialties from its restaurant tenants through its drive-thru service that allows customers to buy and pick up orders without leaving their vehicles at a designated pick-up point in the area. 

Crispy Fried Crystal Prawn
Crispy Fried Crystal Prawn
Customers may call the restaurants directly to confirm their order or book through delivery food apps. Contact Paradise Dynasty (8828-8333), Locavore (0917-847-2747), Song Do Won Korean Restaurant (0927-744-9988), and Starbucks Reserve (8617-8078) to order.

Starbucks Reserve’s coffee
Starbucks Reserve’s coffee
Once confirmed, they can then drive to S Maison’s designated point at Marina Way to directly pay the restaurants and collect their order. 

In addition to drive-thru service, the mall also offers a Personal Shopper service for customers who prefer to outsource their shopping to someone else. Their purchases will be delivered through the MyKuya app. 

Locavore’s Kanto BBQ Rib Fingers
Locavore’s Kanto BBQ Rib Fingers
With this service, customers can shop from S Maison’s fashion stores from the convenience of their home, including the latest Jordans from Titan 22 (7368-2496), hip streetwear pieces from Moressi (8771-1294), fashionable eyewear from Paris Miki (8772-2373), and beauty products from Shiseido (8772-1048). 

Topics: Paradise Dynasty , S Maison , Conrad Manila Hotel
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