BATTLE OF THE SUPREME: Team Pineapple vs. Team Anti-Pineapple on a Pizza

by 5:52:00 AM



“Pineapples on a pizza?” is one of the age-old most controversial food-related argument and becomes a subject for an internet debate, as vocal critics and supporters made memes and various posts which has taken both sides. The pineapple-on-a-pizza flavor or Hawaiian pizza was first created in 1962 by Sam Panopoulous at the Satellite Restaurant in Toronto, Canada, from then it became a popular pizza topping and also a target of dislike for others.


As the debate continues worldwide, SANTINO'S SUPREME SLICE, Philippines' fastest growing pizza kiosk chain with over 200 SUPREME outlets nationwide, creates a platform to a friendly yet interesting competitive debate for all pizza lovers on its very first BATTLE OF THE SUPREME: Team Pineapple vs. Team Anti-Pineapple Campaign, this is a series of dare battle videos between two teams that are uploaded on the Official Facebook Page of SANTINO'S SUPREME SLICE which started last February 14, 2018. Each representative of the team must accomplish the dare to score a point. The team with the highest total points will be the winner!


TEAM PINEAPPLE



Supreme pizza lovers out there can show their support by buying SANTINO'S SUPREME SLICE Hawaiian Madness for Team Pineapple and SANTINO'S SUPREME SLICE Non-Pineapple Flavors for Team Anti-Pineapple. Are you a forever fan of Team Pineapple or you'll stick being in Team Anti Pineapple? Who do you think will reign SUPREME? CAST your vote now!


TEAM ANTI-PINEAPPLE


To keep you updated and watch your team compete against each other at SANTINO'S SUPREME SLICE BATTLE OF THE SUPREME: Team Pineapple vs. Team Anti-Pineapple, you may visit Santino’s Supreme Slice official Facebook page at: 

SANTINO'S SUPREME SLICE




For SUPREME business opportunity with SANTINO'S SUPREME SLICE, you may reach them thru the following hotlines:  Manila (02) 411-9444; Cebu (032) 520-8811, Davao (082) 295-7943 or 0925-511-9444.









Empacho : New Dishes That Will Satisfy Every Filipinos Palate

by 10:18:00 PM


Empacho, a Filipino restaurant, and bar that serves best tasting Filipino cuisine, recently launched their new comfort dishes and beverages that suit family and barkada bonding or chill night with co-workers and loved ones.


Modern interior of Empacho.

Empacho's Bar area.


The new addition to their delectable and mouthwatering dishes includes bar chows, mains, noodles, desserts, shakes, and juices.





BARCHOWS

Trisaw







Trisaw is isaw within an isaw and another isaw. It is composed of a juicy and flavorful cow, chicken and pork intestines, cooked the traditional way of preparing isaw and served with pinakurat sauce.


Chichapop




Chichapop is chicken lollipop with crunchy chicharron breading with juicy and well-seasoned chicken and served with sriracha mayo.


Chichawow




Chichawow will really make you say WOW because by far this is the biggest chicharron (that we saw) served in a restaurant.  Chichawow is a bit salty when eaten alone but compliments well when dipped with either sinamak and empacho special sauce.



Sisig Fries



                       





Sisig fries is composed of crispy, ruler sized fries, topped with cheese sauce and drizzled with juicy and crunchy Bagnet Sisig and salted egg.


MAINS

Sinampalukang Tadyang



           



Sinampalukang Tadyang has al dente vegetables with fall off the bone beef tadyang and sinampalukan soup.



Sizzling Laing na Sugpo








Sizzling Laing na Sugpo has sizzling laing with juicy sugpo.




NOODLES

Pares Lomi



    


Pares Lomi has the authentic flavors of Batangas Lomi with tender noodles, topped with quail eggs, kikiam and squid balls.


Dessert


Bibingka Cassava


       


Bibingka Cassava has the texture of Casava and the creamy, sweet and salty flavors of Bibingka.


Empacho also serves beverages such as fruit shakes, juices, and gulaman.


Empacho juices and shakes.

Empacho Gulaman.




To savor the new dishes of  Empacho, you may visit them at:


EMPACHO RESTAURANT AND BAR
2/F, Unit 201, #170 Tomas Morato Avenue,
Corner Don Roces, Barangay Sacred Heart,
Quezon City

Monday to Sunday 11:00 AM to 1:00 AM
















Seafood Island : Blowout Boodle

by 8:50:00 AM


Seafood Island, the leading seafood restaurant in the Philippines that is known for boodle feast or Philippine Military’s context of eating a meal where the food is placed on top of a banana leaf and the former eat with hands, recently launched their new Boodle Bundle called Blowout Boodle.




Blowout Boodle from the name itself is intended for celebrations and special occasions. Blowout Boodle comprises of the dishes usually served by Filipinos during birthdays and other celebrations. It has 8 dishes- Crispy Pata and Kropek or Fish Cracker, Pancit Canton, Sinigang na Ulo ng Salmon, Kare Kareng Tadyang, Garlic Bangus, Lumpiang Gulay, Grill Stuffed Squid, Tortang Talong with Ensalada, Rice and slices of fruits like pineapple and watermelon.


Crispy Pata with Kropek



Pancit Canton



Sinigang na Ulo ng Salmon



Kare Kareng Tadyang



Lumpiang Gulay



Garlic Bangus



Pineapple and Watermelon.



Blowout Boodle is good for four (4) to five (5) people and costs P 2,350. On the other hand, if you visit Seafood Island during your Birthday month, just present your valid ID with your birthdate and get  P300 off your Blowout Boodle.





To savor Seafood Island's Blowout Boodle you may visit them at:


QUEZON CITY

Eastwood Citywalk 1, Libis 
Monday-Thursday and Sunday 11:00 AM to 1:00 AM
Friday - Saturday 11:00 AM to 3:00 AM

Shopwise Arcade, Cubao
Monday-Thursday and Sunday 10:00 AM to 12:00 Midnight
Friday to Saturday 10:00 AM to 1:00 AM

Robinsons Magnolia, New Manila
Monday-Thursday and Sunday 11:00 AM to 9:00 PM
Friday to Saturday 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM

UP Ayala Technohub, Diliman
Monday-Thursday and Sunday 10:00 AM to 12:00 Midnight
Friday to Saturday Open 24 hours

Trinoma Mall, North Triangle
Monday-Thursday and Sunday 10:00 AM to 11:00 PM
Friday to Saturday 10:00 AM to 12:00 Midnight


The Anex, SM City North EDSA
Monday to Sunday 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM


Ayala Fairview Terraces, Novaliches
Monday to Sunday 11:00 AM to 10:00 PM



MARIKINA

SM City Marikina, Calumpang
Monday to Sunday 10:00 AM to 9:00 PM



TAGUIG

Market! Market!, Bonifacio Global City
Monday-Thursday and Sunday 7:00 AM to 12:00 Midnight
Friday to Saturday 7:00 AM to 1:00 AM

Venice Piazza, McKinley Hills
Monday to Sunday 11:00 AM to 11:00 PM



MAKATI

Circuit Makati, Olympia

Monday to Sunday 11:00 AM to 10:00 PM




MANILA

SM City Manila, Ermita
Monday to Sunday 11:00 AM to 9:00 PM




PASAY



SM by the Bay, Mall of Asia Complex

Monday-Thursday and Sunday 11:00 AM to 12:00 Midnight
Friday to Saturday 10:30 AM to  12:00 Midnight











Rainbow Dreams Cafe

by 2:41:00 AM


Unicorns are cute, magical creatures that little girls would like to have as a companion and woman love. Through the years, unicorn’s popularity grew and because of the growing admiration for unicorns, unicorn themed cafes and restaurants started to sprout in some parts of the world. Most of this unicorn themed restaurants and cafés provide a magical, cuteness overload, and instagramable surrounding that sometimes can be comparable to every girl's imagination of a unicorn lair. Some also provide unicorn onesies and stuffed toys to complete the unicorn experience that every girl has dreamt about.



In Manila, Philippines, we found the first unicorn and rainbow-inspired café at 80 Maginhawa Street, Quezon City and they call the former, Rainbow Dreams Café.




Rainbow Dreams Café is a unicorn and rainbow themed café that provides a magical and instagramable location and delicious treats perfect for the kids day out, unicorn-themed birthday party, and bonding with friends.



How to go to Rainbow Dreams Café


From EDSA

Ride either a bus, jeepney or fx going to Fairview/ UP/ Philcoa

Alight at Ministop Philcoa

Ride a tricycle going to 80 Maginhawa Street




AMBIANCE


Rainbow Dreams Cafe has a cute and instagramable interior. The ceiling of the cafe is painted with clouds that resemble a girl's magical and dreamy night. The walls, on the other hand, is painted with clouds, rainbow, and unicorns. Unicorn figurines were also placed on the tables and shelves found in the cafe.






The cafe also has a small stage with grass like carpet and stuffed toys, such as unicorn and stars, that can be used for photo shoots.






To complete the unicorn experience, Rainbow Dream Cafe's customers can borrow their onesies for unlimited photos inside the Cafe.







MUST TRY DISHES





BBQ PORK BELLY




Rainbow Dream’s Café  BBQ Pork Belly has two (2) tender and juicy pork belly with slow simmered barbecue sauce and served with rice shaped into a  bear, heart, and other adorable stuff.  BBQ Pork Belly costs Php 170.



HONEY GARLIC WINGS




Honey Garlic Wings has six (6) pieces juicy chicken wings tossed in Rainbow Dream Cafe's homemade honey garlic sauce and served with rice.  Honey Garlic Wings costs Php 160.



RAINBOW SMORES




Rainbow Smores has toasted rainbow marshmallow on top of chocolate sauce and served with graham crackers. Rainbow Smores costs Php 100.




UNICORN CHEESECAKE JAR




Unicorn Cheesecake Jar has layers of crushed cookies and colorful cream cheese topped with unicorn ears and rainbow candies. Unicorn Cheesecake Jar costs Php 120.


Rainbow Dreams Cafe also serves pasta and beverages such as lemonade and shakes.





To experience a magical day at Rainbow Dreams Cafe, you may visit them at:


80 Maginhawa Street, Diliman, Quezon City


Monday to Saturday 12:00 NN to 10:00 PM
Sunday 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM


and to know more about Rainbow Dreams Cafe you may browse the following social media accounts:


FACEBOOK  -- @RainbowDreamsCafe


INSTAGRAM -- @rainbowdreamscafe













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