Introducing Manila’s first secret dining society

The trend of secret dinner parties is sweeping across the globe. Rocket Internet ventures Lamudi, EasyTaxi and foodpanda have joined together to celebrate the Filipino love of food by creating the first ever secret dinner party in Manila.

Lamudi, global real estate portal, is hosting the secretive event in one of their client’s luxurious properties. foodpanda will be offering a fine dining experience, and EasyTaxi will be providing guests a quick and safe ride to and from the venue.

“We are thrilled to bring this concept to the Philippines, and offer users a unique experience that combines our services with those of our fellow Rocket Internet-backed companies,” said Jacqueline van den Ende, Managing Director of Lamudi.

The collaboration will see 15 lucky customers and their guests win seats to the highly-anticipated affair. To join, simply click on Lamudi competition, foodpanda competition or EasyTaxi competition (all on their Facebook Fan Pages); like the golden ticket and explain why you deserve a seat at the table.

Daniel Torres, Managing Director of Easy Taxi Philippines, added: “We wanted to offer something special to our customers. In the long run, we want to host this unique event regularly, to further enhance the user and customer experience.”

Mauro Cocchieri, CEO and Co-founder of foodpanda Philippines commented that: “It is the perfect opportunity to show Filipino’s the delectable tastes from foodpanda’s fantastic partners.”

The contest will run from March 12 to March 19, and winners will be announced on March 20 via Facebook. All you have to do is like the picture of the golden ticket, and explain why you and your friend deserve to win. Good luck and get commenting today!

Eli

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