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More than 7,000 individuals are now enjoying the perks and privileges of the Orange Card?Pancake House Group?s first-ever loyalty card which was launched in November 2010.

All Orange Card holders enjoy exclusive offers by exchanging their points for food vouchers in various branches of Pancake House, Teriyaki Boy, Sizzlin? Pepper Steak, Dencio?s, Kabisera ng Dencio?s and Le Coeur de France. They can choose among the Group?s more than 180 outlets.

?I am very much delighted with the response of our loyal diners to the Orange Card. It?s an incentive for them to try out several restaurants under the Pancake House Group and enjoy various delectable cuisines and familiar favorites, from breakfast to nighttime,? said Martin Lorenzo, president of Pancake House Group. He added: ?The Orange Card is also our way to show appreciation to valued guests. We want to reconnect to customers in new ways, retain and turn passionate customers into brand advocates, reward the loyal ones and reach out to other guests who have not tried the specialties at our restaurants.?

Application forms for the Orange Card are available in all outlets. For the registration fee, one may present a single or accumulated receipts from any of the Pancake House Group restaurants worth P5,000 or simply pay the P300 membership fee. Every P50 spending is equivalent to one point. Points can be exchanged for food vouchers. The Orange Card is valid for dine-in, group reservations and take-out transactions. For more information, e-mail orangefeedback@pancakehouse.biz.

Chinese dishes at Shang

Makati Shangri-La welcomes guest chef Sun Yi Li from Shangri-La?s Golden Flower Hotel in Xian, China. Chef Li is on a Philippine tour to introduce the art of La Mien, also known as pulling noodle, until March 25 at Circles Event Caf. Call 8400884 or e-mail rric.slm@shangri-la.com for reservations.

Chinese Casseroles

Chef Andy Chan treats his guests to traditional Chinese casseroles for the whole month of March and April. A traditional Chinese casserole features a combination of meat, seafood, vegetables and spices. Li Li Chinese restaurant is on Level 5 of Hyatt Hotel and Casino Manila. For reservations, call 2478663 or 2451234 local 7251.

Crispy Sea Bass with Coconut Herbs Sauce

Dusit Thani Manila?s Benjarong Royal Thai Restaurant offers three a la carte Sea Bass dishes for only P2,000 each: Pla Kapong Tord Kamin (Deep-fried whole sea bass with fresh turmeric), Pla Kapong Lonk Nam (Crispy sea bass with coconut herbs sauce) and Pla Kapong Neung Manao (Steamed sea bass with lime sauce). Umu Japanese Restaurant offers Sushi Set, complete with the freshest sushi, sashimi, chawan mushi, takuwan and ice cream for only P2,900 net. Also available is Umu?s Osara Family-Style Set Menu, inclusive of authentic Japanese appetizers, wafu steak, tori kuwayaki, fish and yakisoba, rice, ice cream for dessert and green iced tea good for four persons. For reservations, call the Restaurant Reservations Desk at 2388888 local 8430.

Full Rack Ribs

Chili?s offers Full Rack Ribs with french fries, a cob of corn on the side, dessert and a special 10-percent discount. Discount applies to all menu items as well. For the graduates, just present a valid school ID to avail of the offer, good until April 30.

Meanwhile, try Chili?s Mojito Mania with three new flavors including the refreshing Very Berry, the sensational Mango Mojito, and the tangy Strawberry Mojito. There?s the Classic Mojito, available for those who prefer the traditional Mojito recipe. Ribs and Mojitos: a great graduation combo only at Chili?s in Greenbelt 5 (tel. 7293022), Greenhills (tel. 7272959), Tomas Morato (tel. 3725017) and Chili?s Too at the Power Plant Mall, Rockwell (tel. 6596527).