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Feast Out with Midas Delightful Platters

Summer is here and the joy of arranging a feast can be too hot to handle. Momentous occasions still call for appetizing gourmet meals in epic proportions. May it be an anniversary, a birthday, or an amazing feat at work, every celebration is worth remembering.

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Feast Out with Midas Delightful Platters

 

Having a bountiful feast is one way of making each moment special. For people who are prefer to order takeaways, Midas Hotel and Casino introduces “Feast Out: Midas Delightful Platters.” Each feast features at least two main courses and a noodle or pasta dish plus a free dessert. All dishes are specially prepared by the hotel’s master chefs to give customers one hassle-free celebration.

The Feast Out promo offers four different packages to delight friends and family members as they celebrate any special occasion in Metro Manila, at the comforts of their home or workplace.

One can’t go wrong with the hotel’s most requested banquet staples such as the Mongolian Pork Barbecue, the Linguine Carbonara, and the Spicy Caldereta. All of these are included in separate packages. Each package comes with a free set of desserts to cap off a tasty spread. Price starts at Php1,100.

All great-tasting platters in the Feast Out promo are made fresh to guarantee. All staff involved in food preparation follows all the necessary new normal safety measures required. Prior reservation is required at least a day before the desired delivery date. For inquiries and orders, call or text 09175217853 (Globe) or 09985626474 (Smart). Customers may also contact Ms. Je-Ann Dela Cruz at 09175654712 or jessica.delacruz@midashotelandcasino.com for more info.

Now, you can say “peace out” with all the cooking required to put out a delicious feast. For more information, visit the Facebook Page of Midas Hotel and Casino.

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