The country’s biggest and brightest stars are going crazy for the Cajun flavors that Popeyes Philippines have brought to different cities in Metro Manila.
As a special way to welcome 2020, Popeyes Philippines opened three new stores at SM Southmall, Las Piñas, Ali Mall, Cubao, and Kroma Tower, Makati, and some of the country’s most in-demand celebrities were able to get a taste of America’s favorite fried chicken.
Apart from the three stores, Popeyes also left 2019 on a productive and forward-looking note by opening two more stores at Robinsons Galleria and Eastwood City.
Together with Kuya J Group executives and employees, several celebrities, including Kyline Alcantara, Andrea Brillantes, Rhian Ramos, Ruru Madrid, Jane Oineza, Marlon Stockinger, Barbie Imperial, Kit Thompson, Arron Villaflor, JC Santos, and Louise Delos Reyes among many others, joined the celebrations and graced the openings of the five stores.
All stores were welcomed with festive celebrations with upbeat tunes from marching bands, games, prizes, and delicious food. These gave way to the grand reveals of thenew go-to hangout places that guarantee the same delicious food that Filipinos are going crazy for.
With ten stores now open all around Metro Manila, diners are now closer to Popeyes’ must-try offerings such as the honey biscuits, burgers, Cajun fries, as well as the Popeyes spaghetti. However, the star is still Popeyes’ signature juicy - but not greasy - fried chicken that’s packed with distinct Cajun-inspired flavors from Louisiana, USA.
To learn more, visit the website at www.popeyes.ph or follow them on Facebook and Instagram @popeyesph.
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