The chain known for its fried chicken, Max’s Restaurant, introduces a sandwich version in an exciting way—build-your-own set.
Available at P839 for takeout and P923 for delivery, the Sarap-In-A-Box comes with four servings of chicken sandwich, Max’s trademark blend of banana ketchup and Worcestershire sauce with an added twist of garlic cream, pickled cucumbers, shredded cabbage, buttery brioche buns, and a side of sweet potato fries.
Dencio’s free delivery promotion
In celebration of its 30th year, Filipino restaurant Dencio’s is offering free delivery for every minimum order of P1,000 booked through its website (www.dencios.com.ph). The promo runs until October 3 and available in all stores except at Edsa Eats.
Meals for two at Teriyaki Boy, Sizzlin Steak
Teriyaki Boy offers donburi for two for P499. Rice bowl choices include Teriyaki Boy Chicken Tendon, Tonkatsu Tendon, Tori Karaage Tendon, and Teppanyaki Tendon.
Meanwhile, Sizzlin’ Steak serves two orders of its Beef Salpicao, made with tender Australian beef and served with plain rice and egg, for P499 as well.
Pancake House’s new taco chips
Taco every Tuesday and any other day at Pancake House which now offers the new Taco Chips with Baked Dip. Priced at P399, it consists of crunchy taco chips, specially-baked dip, and taco salsa.
Krispy Kreme’s signature iced coffee
The doughnut chain’s bestselling Signature Coffee is now available in iced version. Starting at P75, variants include Iced Classic, Kremey Iced, and Kremey Iced Blend.
Jamba Juice introduces frozen fruit mixes
Bringing the frozen goodness at home, Jamba Juice introduces its new #BlendAnywhere frozen products: Live Fruitfully Kits and Superfood Smoothie Tubs.
The Live Fruitfully Kits are frozen fruit mixes that blend with other ingredients to make the perfect smoothies at home. It comes in daily packs which starts at P300 for five days, and 500g packs which starts at P299. Meanwhile, the Superfood Smoothie Tub, priced at P225 per pint, comes in four different flavors: Banana Berry Blush, Creamy Strawberries Wild, PB is a Moo’d, and Mango-A-Go-Go.
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