BOA Asian Flavors launches online store, delivers “best Pad Thai in QC” to your home

One of the things we truly miss while on quarantine is dining out. Before the pandemic, we can just about go anywhere, explore the city, and find the best and most delicious dish there is.

Here in QC, a quiet little restaurant in the corner of Scout Rallos and Scout Tuason was named as one of the 50 Best Restaurants by city guide website and one of the Top 10 Restaurants in QC by the Zomato App.

The name is BOA Asian Flavors, a Southeast Asian cuisine restaurant that makes satisfying twists to classic dishes like Malaysian favorite nasi lemak and our very own sisig and kare-kare. It is best known, however, for its delectable pad thai, which many foodies say is the best in Quezon City.

To that claim, I have to agree. BOA’s pad thai is really up my alley as it hits a perfect balance of sweet, sour, and salty in its own flavorful sauce developed by executive chef Julius Necor. Made with fresh noodles and a generous serving of shrimp and other ingredients, it’s a perfect dish to satisfy your Thai food craving.

It’s good to know that BOA Asian Flavors has opened up its online store to serve patrons despite the quarantine. Simply log on to from your computer or mobile device and order off their menu that includes all the best Asian comfort food.

BOA Asian Flavors’ famous pad thai. Available at for P395.

Aside from the pad thai, which comes other bestsellers available in the online store are the beef rendang, nasi goreng, char kway teow, and beef khao soi.

They also have a unique take on our famous beermate sisig, which has been converted into a deep-fried ball or croquette.

Sisig croquette. Available at for P245.

For dessert, they also serve a heavenly plate of mango sticky rice and deconstructed banana pie.

It was also a refreshing moment for me when I learned that they serve my all-time favorite Filipino dish kare-kare on a deconstructed plate with and added twist of curry flavor, giving it a distinct taste.

Kare-curry. Available at for P425.

“We want to serve comfort Asian food from the region but we’ve added our own spin to it to relate more to the cosmopolitan/well-travelled Filipino. This way, we can provide taste and quality that’s closer to the real thing. If we want to be known for one thing, it would be for serving food with bursting Asian flavors at” says Joey Marcelo III, owner of BOA Asian Flavors.

Joey is proud to have Chef Julius on board as he has mastered the complexity and depth of flavors of Asian dishes. He trained under the famous Chef Chele of Vask (a restaurant that has consistently ranked in Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants) and has proved his skill to be strong enough to lead his own kitchen.

Mango sticky rice. Available at for P235.

Order BOA online

Through its digital platform, BOA Asian Flavors promises to offer a smooth user experience with insight-backed photos and food captions that should relate well with customers.

The site offers expanded payment options for an easy transaction. Customers may pay through online banking, credit card, and e-money (Paymaya and Gcash). It will also feature a chat service so customers can have conversations with the restaurant management, place orders and receive confirmation of payment right away.

Nasi goreng. Available at for P310.

You can also order dishes from BOA’s sister restaurants Gang Gang, Holy Grill, and Lucky Lucy. Gang Gang serves boneless fried chicken in a variety of flavors such as gangnyeom (Korean-style sweet and mild spicy sauce), sriracha-mansi, garlic parmesan, soy-mansi, and salted egg.

Meanwhile, Holy Grill, which is a popular steak restaurant in Taft Avenue, has its ribeye steak and USDA roast beef rice meals available for delivery through the website. Finally, Chinese-American Lucky Lucy serves orange chicken, fish and tofu, and mongolian stir-fry rice bowls.

Joey Marcelo II and Chef Julius Necor

“We understand that our customers may be more meticulous when it comes to food and they want to be certain if they are ordering the right thing for them. We made sure our layout, food shots, and description are produced from real consumer insight so our customers can have a very clear understanding on the food they are ordering,” says Joey.

During this time, safety is a top priority for BOA Asian Flavors. “We have devised a Safety and Hygiene Bible that subscribes to the standard protocols from DTI and our LGU. All our staff have also enrolled and finished Food Handling and Safety courses, earning certificates of completion from Servsafe—a food and beverage safety and training certificate program handled by the US National Restaurant Administration,” Joey adds.

BOA Asian Flavors is located at Mezzanine Floor, 45 ABDC Building, Sct. Rallos cor. Sct. Tuazon, Laging Handa, Quezon City and can be messaged at

Mang Inasal welcomes back diners, puts strict safety protocols

Missed Mang Inasal? You can now dine in at your favorite restaurant following strict safety measures.

As parts of the country steadily ease restrictions on community quarantines, the well-loved Pinoy diner has joined other restaurants in resuming dine-in services, which have been placed on hold because of the extended lockdown. 

Knowing how much people have missed their favorite Mang Inasal meals and seeking to allay their fears, Mang Inasal has set in place strict protocols to ensure delicious food and safe dining experience for their customers.

Anyone who wants to enter the store must wear a face mask. The customer’s temperature will be checked and only those with a body temperature of 37.5-degree Centigrade and below will be allowed to enter.

A footbath disinfection mat is also placed at the entrance. Only a limited number of customers are allowed inside the store at any given time. Sanitizers are provided for customers at the door entrance, counter table and wash area for their use.

In keeping with the Department of Trade and Industry guidelines, Mang Inasal is requesting customers to fill out a Customer Health Form before being allowed to enter the store.  

For in-store safety, physical distancing is closely monitored as floor markers set one-meter distance for counter queues. Contact-less payment is enforced with the use of acrylic cash tray and acrylic barriers. Meanwhile, foot knobs are used as restroom doors, and regular disinfection of facilities and the sanitation of workers form part of Mang Inasal’s stringent safety protocols.

Dine-in customers are enjoined to be seated apart for physical distancing purposes. One-meter table-to-table distance segregates diners while in selected Mang Inasal stores a table barrier is placed for face-to-face dining.

Store crew sanitize the door and door handles every 30 minutes even as they pursue intensified cleaning and sanitation of fixtures and facilities.

Similarly, heightened safety protocols for food preparation and handling—on top of existing procedures that are already thorough—are also being implemented. These include the crew wearing face mask, face shield, and gloves; handwashing and sanitation every hour and when necessary; and the appointment of a Hygiene Ambassador – a crew member wearing an identifying button pin and personal protective equipment and who go around reminding crew and diners of the safety measures.  The Hygiene Ambassador himself cleans and disinfects the tables after every use.

Even the serving of unli-rice has been modified for safety purposes. Those who place unli-rice orders will be automatically served two cups of rice. Should they ask for more rice, the crew in charge will provide extra wrapped rice. Meanwhile pre-portioned condiments are served together with the ordered meal.

All these show that Mang Inasal not only serves good food enjoyed by many, but it also has the safety and well-being of its stakeholders as a priority. 

“We know how much everyone has missed dining at Mang Inasal,” says Business Unit Head Jojo P. Subido. “As we work towards the gradual return of in-store dining, we make sure to put our stakeholders at ease by placing their welfare as our top priority. In instituting all these precautions, we kept in mind our customers’ needs and concerns so that they can enjoy the Mang Inasal experience once again—safely and comfortably. We look forward to welcoming you back to our stores.”

As of this writing, over 80 per cent of Mang Inasal stores around the country are open for dine-in.

Meanwhile, customers from Metro Manila can continue enjoying Mang Inasal meals by placing their orders through #7-3333 or via Grab, Food Panda, and Lalamove. They can also place their orders through Jose, the Mang Inasal Chatbot in Facebook Messenger. 

Share the Joy with frontliners through Jollibee’s “Send A Meal” service

In spite of all the difficulties brought by the COVID-19 pandemic, numerous opportunities to spark a chain of good deeds have also been abundant.

From big organizations doing what they can to help ease the lives of Filipinos to ordinary citizens helping out neighbors and random strangers, people have been exhibiting compassion by giving out food and other essentials to front liners and other affected communities. 

To help individuals and groups in their food distribution efforts, Jollibee has introduced the “Send A Meal: Bulk Order Service.” This initiative offers a systematic and easy way for benefactors to order select Jollibee meals in bulk, conveniently pay for them, and have them picked up or delivered straight to their intended recipients.

Customers may choose from the following products included in Share A Meal:

  • 1-pc. Chickenjoy
  • 1-pc. Burgersteak
  • Jolly Spaghetti 
  • Yumburger 

Payments can be made through online transfer or bank deposits. Delivery fees will also be waived for orders worth PHP 3,000 and above per recipient.

Tto avail of this special service can email their bulk orders and inquiries to for Jollibee meals.

Cloud 9, a fave chocolate from our childhood, gets new look

One of our favorite chocolate brands from our childhood just had a makeover. Jack ‘n Jill Cloud 9, one of my go-to snacks since the ’90s, now comes in a new vibrant packaging that shows off the product’s delectable goodness.

It features an actual image of the Cloud 9 choco-coated bar with a luscious stretch of delightful caramel filling, crunchy peanuts, and chewy nougat. It literally makes you want to take a bite out of one right away!

Despite this change, the taste and quality of Jack ‘n Jill Cloud 9 remains the same. It also comes in a variety of undeniably delectable flavors such as the rich milk and white chocolatey goodness of Cloud 9 Classic and White, the double chocolate delight of Cloud 9 Choco Fudge, and the extra loaded combination of chocolate, caramel, and nougat with bigger and more nuts in Cloud 9 Overload.

The well-loved chocolate brand encourages people to cherish and enjoy short-lived special experiences and simple everyday wins or “Cloud 9 Moments” with a bar of Cloud 9. Get yourself a bar or a box at leading groceries, supermarkets, and convenience stores nationwide.

Share your Cloud 9 Moments with other Cloud 9 fans by posting your photos and videos on social media using the hashtag #EnjoooyThatCloud9Moment.

For more exciting updates, follow Jack ‘n Jill Cloud 9 on its official Facebook page (@JacknJillCloud9PH).

Melai Cantiveros is new Adobo Connection ambassador

With its dedication to make every Filipino feel at home in all its stores, Adobo Connection has chosen “momshie” and TV host Melai Cantiveros to be its first-ever brand ambassador. Unassuming and cheerful, Melai is the quintessential Filipino mom who endeavors to capture her family’s craving for good, uncomplicated, and hearty Pinoy dishes–with adobo sitting on top of that list.

“Adobo is forever–char! Kasi diba staple food siya, walang Pinoy ang hindi gusto ang adobo. Unlike kasi ng iba na naging usong pagkain, saglit lang naging hype tapos after ilang months lang, wala na. Ang adobo kasi, ‘di pinagsasawaan. Kaya kumuha talaga ako ng franchise. Honestly, ito ang pangtawid gutom ko,” said Melai.

Meredith Ngo, Adobo Connection’s Managing Director says, “We’re really proud to announce the first-ever brand ambassador / franchisee of Adobo Connection, Melai, who embodies what a true Filipino mom is–yung maalaga sa pamilya and may malasakit. Similar to our brand statement, we want our customers to feel at home and remember their mom’s cooking every time they enter our store.”

Recognizing that Adobo Connection is deeply ingrained in Filipinos’ lives, Melai had also taken things one step further and decided to invest in an Adobo Connection franchise. This was to ensure not only her family’s financial stability but also because she loves seeing people enjoy Adobo Connection’s offerings. Every Adobo Connection experience brings back memories of home and celebrates everything fun about being Pinoy, as they serve other Filipino favorites like Bangus Belly Sinigang, Beef Kare Kare and Grilled Liempo. This year, Adobo Connection is adding new dishes to its menu that everyone will surely crave for – Adobong Liston Manok, Lechon Kawali, and Adobosilog.

Admitting she did not know much about running a business, Melai also found Adobo Connection’s support and commitment to its franchisees truly reassuring.

Sa panahon ngayon, ang hirap na makahanap ng business na papatok at higit sa lahat ang hirap makahanap ng katuwang sa negosyo–yung talagang mapagkakatiwalaan at tutulungan ka talaga. Pinadali talaga ng Adobo Connection and pagbu-business ko. Dahil sa mga maaasahang teams nila, masaya at madali ang naging experience ko,” Melai shared.

Today, Melai owns three Adobo Connection outlets nationwide. She has found that Adobo Connection offers a solid business proposition–a working market concept, sound marketing, and operational systems, and strong franchisor support.

Good Luck Hotpot holds first Chinese Culture Photography Competition in PH

Goodluck Hotpot, the first high-end hotpot and business banquet in Manila, has launched the first-ever photography competition in the country to highlight the rich and unique Chinese culture.

With a theme “Chinese culture in the Philippines,” the competition glimpses into Chinese traditions, cuisine, and culture as it invites both professional and amatuer photographers to capture special moments inside its Pasay City facility.

Photographers are welcome to take as many photos and videos as they like and upload them on Facebook. To make your entries valid, make sure to follow these instructions:

  1. Visit Good Luck Hotpot Restaurant at Shop 1-6 NEXGEN Tower, EDSA Extension, Brgy. 76, Pasay City.
  2. You can choose if you want to dine or you just simply want to take photos for this contest. Just tell the restaurant staff that you are a contest participant.
  3. For posting, you are free to post unlimited photos or videos.
  4. Make sure to LIKE the Good Luck Hotpot official Facebook page.
  5. Mention or tag the Good Luck HotPot Official Facebook page and check-in (add location) to Good Luck Hotpot in your post.
  6. Use the official hashtag #goodluckhotpot.
  7. Make sure your post is set to public.
  8. Let your friends like your post.

The contest ends on December 20, 2019 at exactly 12:00 Midnight. Announcement of winners will be on December 23, 2019.

P25,000 worth of Good Luck Hotpot discount vouchers will be automatically given TO ALL THE PARTICIPANTS. The TOP 3 posts with the most number of reactions will be chosen as winners and will win the following prizes:

  1. P30,000 VIP CARD with no expiration
  2. P15,000 VIP CARD with no expiration
  3. P7,000 VIP CARD with no expiration
    *Simply show your posts in the reception area to claim your rewards.
    *Membership card can be use directly as payment and not limited for one-time use only.
    *Condition applies for the voucher.

For more information, visit the Good Luck Hotpot Facebook page at

Macao Imperial Tea opens 100th store in Robinsons Place Manila

Seizing the lead in the milk tea craze, Macao Imperial Tea served up a grand milk tea spectacle for Filipinos at Robinsons Place Manila on November 29 to December 1. With a big three-day celebration, Macao Imperial Tea treated the public to a jampacked weekend filled with fun activities, amazing freebies, and exciting surprises that elevated everyone’s milk tea experience.

Dubbed as the Macao Imperial Tea: 100th Store Bash, the event showcased what makes Macao Imperial Tea one of the most sought-after milk tea brands in the country. “This is not only a way to thank the public for their strong support. This celebration is also our way of looking back and moving forward towards even greater heights,” said Avin Ong, CEO of Fredley Group of Companies, which handles Macao Imperial Tea here in the Philippines.

After opening its first branch in Banawe, Quezon City, in 2017, Macao Imperial Tea has displayed unprecedented growth. After just a couple of years, the brand has aggressively expanded and has now opened its 100th branch at Robinsons Place Manila. During the opening ceremony for the Macao Imperial Tea: 100th Store Bash, Ong was joined by Manila City Vice Mayor Maria Sheila Honey Lacuna-Pangan, as well as theExecutive Vice President of Robinsons Land Corporation, Mr. Faraday Go.

The weekend was also loaded with exclusive creative workshops such as Latte Art by Culinary Exchange, Food Photography by FoodMNL, and Calligraphy by The Fozzy Book. The event received even more fanfare as it was capped off by a captivating performance from renowned OPM band Up Dharma Down. Rising vloggers Mimiyuuuh and Benedict Cua were also in attendance adding layers of fun to the celebrations.

Best of all, Macao Imperial Tea also gave out special prizes to a couple of its loyal followers. Through a special raffle, the brand gave out a one-month supply and a year-round supply coupon of free milk tea. According to Ong, Macao Imperial Tea is brewing even better things for the future. “We are preparing for a stronger 2020 as we’re set to open at least 200 branches nationwide by the third quarter. This target sets the tone on where we want to take the brand in the next couple of years,” Ong added.

To keep up the momentum, Macao Imperial Tea is working on new items on the menu as well as exciting brand collaborations. Their rewards program, The Fredley Elite Card, was also launched during the Macao Imperial Tea: 100th Store Bash. The card grants its users exclusive freebies and discounts when they dine at brands under the Fredley Group of Companies.

Established in 2014, the Fredley Group of Companies owns and manages a variety of international and homegrown food and beverage brands. Currently, it handles Macao Imperial Tea, Mitasu Yakiniku, Nabe Japanese Izakaya and Hotpot as well as 107 Co-Working by Macao Imperial Tea. More exciting brands are about to be added to its portfolio in 2020.

For the latest updates about Macao Imperial Tea, check out their social media pages @macaoimperialteaph, on Facebook and Instagram; and Fredley Group of Companies at @FredleyGroup on Facebook, and @fredleygroupofcompanies on Instagram.

Bo’s Coffee “gives love” this holiday season

The holidays are just around the corner and what better way to celebrate than with warm coffee and some other treats from Bo’s Coffee.

The Filipino-owned chain of coffee shops recently launched its holiday campaign, which urges people to spend time with loved ones over through get-togethers, celebrations over a sumptuous feast, and gift giving. This is truly reflective with Bo’s Coffee’s holiday offers, where you can show love and “Give Love” by gifting family members and loved ones with something special this season—like embracing them with the warmth of coffee.

“Our gift merchandise aims to give impact to our local farmers and social enterprise partners in a positive way,” said Bo’s Coffee CEO Steve Benitez.

Bo’s Coffee is introducing its Reloadable Card and Planner, both of which highlight the beauty and uniqueness of the Philippines and its coffee. Philippine weave designs have been incorporated into Bo’s Coffee’s holiday designs like in the cups. Philippine coffee, as shown in the glass sticker, is actually the coffee plant that has been transformed into a Christmas wreath.

As a way of giving back to its roots, Bo’s Coffee incorporates the symbols and elements of Sagada and Philippine coffee to its Coffee Card design. The design includes Sagada’s scenery and the weave pattern of the Cordillera Autonomous Region. The details on the card are hand-painted. Also highlighted are first of the five Philippine coffee origins—Matutum, Kitanglad, Apo, and Benguet.

The Bo’s Coffee Planner, which comes in Black and Maroon (the brand’s colors), also highlights the elements of the Philippine flag and coffee. Some of the planner cover elements are hand drawn to focus on Filipino artistry and there are indigenous weaves in the pattern. The Bo’s Coffee Planner is nationalistic, well-designed and functional and is your perfect partner for 2020.

You can get the Bo’s Coffee Planner, Bo’s Coffee Electronic Gift Certificates, and other rewards by earning points through the Bo’s Coffee mobile app, which is another part of the brand’s digital initiatives.

Aside from selected gift merchandise and the new Bo’s Coffee Card, included in the Bo’s Coffee’s “Give Love” holiday campaign are Dark Mocha Macadamia Froccino, Mocha Hazelnut Froccino, and Almond Buttercrunch Froccino. For pastries, try their special Chocolate Mousse Cake and Queso de Bola Cheesecake.

The Bo’s Coffee holiday beverages also incorporate flavors that can be traditionally found in Christmas setting. The Dark Mocha Macadamia is a blend of dark chocolate, coffee and macadamia. The Almond Buttercrunch Froccino has caramel, nut, chocolate, and coffee; while the Mocha Hazelnut Froccino is a blend of hazelnut spread and coffee.

Bo’s Coffee is a Filipino-owned enterprise founded in Cebu in 1996. It has over 100 branches in the Philippines. Bo’s Coffee is known for sourcing its coffee beans from farmers in Sagada, Mountain Province, Mt. Kitanglad in Bukidnon, Mt. Matutum in South Cotabato and Mt. Apo in Davao.

Sofitel Manila hosts first-ever Belgian Beer Festival

I’m not much of a beer drinker. At night outs and parties, I honestly would rather drink water than beer. I do drink apple- or lychee-flavored beer once in a blue moon, but I’d still always go for an asti, chardonnay, or a mojito if given options.

When I recently attended the exclusive media launch of Sofitel Philippine Plaza Manila’s upcoming Belgian beer festival dubbed as “Made In Belgium,” I did not expect to meet a new beer flavor that I will actually enjoy drinking! It’s called the Lindemans Framboise, a strawberry-flavored Lambic beer. It’s made by Lindemans Brewery (or Brouwerij Lindemans), a Belgian family brewery based in small town of Vlezenbeek located in the Flemish Brabant southwest of Brussels, Belgium.

Lindemans’ line of flavored beers is among the exquisite selections that are part of the first-ever Belgian beer festival in the Philippines, which is happening on November 30, 2019 at Sofitel Philippine Plaza’s Sunset Pavilion. Traditionally held as a three-day event with around 60,000 annual visitors, this festive celebration has recently taken place in Grand Place Brussels, featuring live musical shows and bringing together a mix of major and micro-breweries with their finest selection of liquid gold, honoring a time-honored tradition that began more than 15 years ago.

“Made In Belgium” will feature over 30 varieties of Belgian craft beer from Lindemans, Brasserie C, Brussels Beer Project, De Halve Maan, Dubbuisson, Van Steenberge, Westmalle, and Lefebvre will be offered to guests.

Enjoy pairing your favorites with savory Belgian comfort food including Beef Carbonnade, Chicken Waterzooi in Ramekins, Belgian-style Burger with Endive, Belgian Fries, Croustillons with Whipped Cream and Speculoos Crumbs, Belgian Chocolate Cones with Coffee Liquor, Speculoos Tiramisu, and a Belgian Waffle Station with a wide array of compotes and sauces all prepared by Sofitel’s culinary artisans.

Experience a night of musical entertainment and good fun with live performances by DJ Out of Scratch and his signature spins of chart-toppers. Tickets are available at P3,700 per person. For tickets and inquiries, call (+632) 8-832-6988 or visit

“Made in Belgium” is presented in cooperation with Lotus Biscoff, Belcolade, Puratos, Lutosa, Belgian-Filippino Business Club, World Class Concepts Corp, Brasserie C, Brussels Beer Project, De Halve Maan, Dubbuisson, Lindemans, Van Steenberge, Westmalle, Lefebvre, and media partners and

Earl of Sandwich now open at SM Megamall

Earl Of Sandwich SM Megamall

Who doesn’t love a good sandwich?

It’s the kind of food that anyone can make at home. Even when you’re not blessed with cooking skills, you can simply slap on whatever meat, veggie, and dressing you have in the fridge onto two pieces of bread, and you can already build your perfect sandwich.

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Enjoying my Chicken Caesar wrap

My kids are fans of what I call the ensaymada sandwich, which is basically two pieces of toasted bread smothered with butter and sprinkled with white sugar. My husband, on the other hand, loves a good sub sandwich with lots of meat; while I always go for a crispy and cheesy Cubano.

While our favorite sandwiches are all so easy to make, nothing still beats the taste of the original.

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The Original 1762 is patterned after the first sandwich ever made.

The original—as in the very first in the world—sandwich hails from 16th Century England. It was a roast beef sandwich that John Montagu, the fourth Earl of Sandwich in England, asked his servant to make while he was busy playing cards with his guests one fateful day in 1762. It was then the sandwich as we know it today was born.

The taste of the first sandwich has been kept to this day and is now shared with the world by the direct descendants of John Montagu. The 11th Earl of Montagu, also named John, and his son, the Honorable Orlando Montagu, partnered with Robert Earl, founder and CEO of Planet Hollywood, in 2004 to launch the Earl of Sandwich chain of restaurants.

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Alex Garland, Earl of Sandwich’s managing director for Europe, Middle East, and Asia

With 35 franchises located in the US as well as branches in England and Paris, Earl of Sandwich arrives in the Philippines via the F&C Group of Companies, the same group behind Sbarro, Dulcinea, Buca di Beppo, and Mang Inasal, as well as hotel and jewelry brands.

The first Manila branch is located at the 4th Level, Bridgeway, SM Megamall, with more branches popping up soon, including one in the newly opened Ayala Malls By The Bay.

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Earl of Sandwich has definitely perfected the sandwich and has added other varieties into its menu. The Earl’s Club is made with turkey, bacon, Swiss cheese, lettuce, tomato, and a special sandwich sauce. The Full Montagu has roasted beef, turkey, Swiss and cheddar cheeses, lettuce, tomato, and mustard sauce. Check out the main photo to see what these yummy sandwiches look like.

Earl Of Sandwich SM Megamall

Other variants include: the Tuna Melt with tuna salad, Swiss cheese, and mayonnaise; the Caprese with fresh mozzarella, tomato, basil, and Balsamic dressing; the Holiday Turkey with turkey, cornbread stuffing, gravy, cranberry sauce, and mayonnaise; the Hawaiian BBQ with grilled chicken, ham, Swiss cheese, pineapple, and special BBQ sauce; the Italian with salami, ham, mortadella, mozzarella, tomato, Italian seasoning, and Italian dressing; and of course, The Original 1762 made with the same roasted beef recipe of the original sandwich, cheddar cheese, and horseradish sauce.

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To complement your choice sandwich, Earl of Sandwich also offers other dishes like the tomato soup (which literally blew me away!), freshly tossed salads, pasta, pizza bread, wraps, rice plates, and desserts (their brownies are deadly delicious!).

Earl Of Sandwich SM Megamall

Check out Earl of Sandwich at the 4th level, Bridgeway, SM Mega Mall, Ortigas Center, Mandaluyong City or visit @EarlofSandwichPH on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter to learn more.