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Dads on Quick Delivery

Dads’ has partnered with Quick Delivery to bring the best of its popular dishes to your home or your workplace.

Dads’ wide range of food options can be accessed simply by dialing 2121212, enabling customers to order their favorite Dads specialties such as Roast Beef, Roast Turkey, Ham, Callos, Lengua and Paella, to enjoy at home or at the office. Also available is the restaurant’s lineup of salads, and pasta dishes.

Dads’ Quick Delivery Service is available at the following areas: Dads Edsa, Glorietta, Padre Faura and West Avenue branches, Monday to Sunday, 10 am-9 pm. Both same day and advance orders are accepted. Roast Beef, Ham and Turkey dishes require one day advance order.

Dad’s, Kamayan and Saisaki branches are in SM Megamall (636-3785), Glorietta (893-8898), Edsa (705-1807), West Avenue (372-8845) and Padre Faura (528-1723).

Hassle-free celebrations at The Aristocrat

The Aristocrat, which has served local and international cuisine to Filipinos for 76 years now, offers hassle-free celebrations and more. Its Roxas Boulevard branch is the ideal venue for gatherings such as birthdays, baptismal celebrations, debuts, reunion, homecomings and weddings.

The Aristocrat’s newly renovated the Doña Engracia Hall can accommodate 400 guests and can be divided into smaller rooms for private parties. The Parties and Catering Department offers a hassle-free wedding package starting at P40,950 for 50 guests.

Kiddie parties are made easy with The Aristocrat’s kiddie party package for as low as P17,650. Cool party themes to choose from include Car Race Party, Prince and Princess Party, Flower, Butterfly Party, Safari and Little Chef’s Party. Package includes 30 meals for kids complete with party favors, loot bags, prizes and party add-ons like bubble show, magic show and balloon twisting, etc.

Aristocrat can customize packed meals for as low as P150 per person, ideal for corporate events, sports fests, Christmas parties, etc. For quotation on bulk orders, email aristocrat_catering@yahoo.com

The Best Chicken BBQ in Town is just a phone call away with The Aristocrat’s Delivery Hotline 894-0000. Aristocrat delivers in selected areas in Metro Manila with a fixed delivery charge of P50.

For bulk orders, parties, catering and reservation, send email to aristocrat_catering@yahoo.com, visit  http://www.aristocrat.com.ph/, call (02) 5247671 local 223 or text 0917-5112796.

Delimondo presents its Christmas Packages for 2012. Every package comes with an arrangement of Delimondo products. Choose from any of the 14 Christmas gift packages that come in different sizes and with combinations or customize your own gift package w/ your favorite corned beef, pasta sauce, sausage, among others. The smallest pack consists of the popular Ranch Style and Chili Garlic Corned Beef while the biggest includes a little bit of everything-from corned beef, pasta sauce, patè to the other products. Call 8875168 or 8384910/16 loc 113, Monday to Friday. Visit the Delimondo store at Petra & Pilar Restaurant, JAKA Center, Exportbank Drive corner Chino Roces Avenue.

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