Thursday, November 6, 2014
Eat All You Can at the Paella Festival 2014 This November 21
Foodies will rejoice once they hear about the upcoming event this coming November 21, 2014 from 5 pm until 10 pm in Kapitan Moy Main Hall located at J.P. Rizal of Marikina City.
Get your appetite ready to celebrate an Eat All You Can Festival featuring a wide array of Paella choices for your own delight! Wow! Paella until you drop! Our tummies will surely feel fulfilled with not only 1 but 6 kinds of Paella. Yummy!
1. SPANISH PAELLA (in tomato sauce with lechon and seafoods.)
2. PAELLA NEGRA MARINARA. (in black squid ink sauce with seafoods.)
3. INDIAN PAELLA (in curried spicy sauce with seafoods)
4. CHINESE KIAMPONG PAELLA (with chicken pork adobo mix with pechay, gabi and peanuts.)
5. KOREAN PAELLA (sweet spicy with sesame seeds and toasted pork ribs.)
6. JAPANESE GOMOKU GOHAN. GREEN PAELLA. (seasoned with herbs and variety of nuts)
Aside from 6 different paellas, they will also serve plain rice, pork sinigang, and kansi (soup with beef kneecap cooked in langka chunks and kamias).
Quench your thirst with their bottomless iced tea. All of these for only Php 550 per person. But there's more, if you reserve 1 table of 10, you get to pay for only 9 persons. Early birds will also get less Php 50 from the price and senior citizens will need to pay a discounted price of only Php 440.
The Paella Festival 2014 is hosted by Song and Lydda's Food Service.
You may pay your reservations through bank deposit at BDO banks, and email your deposit slips to email@example.com
Jesus B. Grafilo, JR.
RCBC SAVINGS BANK
Jesus B. Grafilo, Jr. DBA SONG AND LYDDA'S FOOD SERVICE
So what are you waiting for? Grab this great promo opportunity to dine on sumptuous paella dishes for only a fraction of the price that you usually pay in buffet restaurants. This is one foodie event that you wouldn't want to miss.
Omoshiroi! I haven't tried eating paella but it looks really tasty. I want to try buying the JAPANESE GOMOKU GOHAN. GREEN PAELLA since I really like Japan but not now. It's really a shame that I'm trying to save money for myself so I can't go.ReplyDelete