Enderun Events hosts intimate gatherings

ENDERUN Events, the professional event venue and catering services of Enderun Colleges, has started offering intimate gatherings wedding packages for 10 persons post-ECQ. Since the implementation of the General Community Quarantine, Enderun Events is back on business to cater their customers who have postponed weddings and celebrations due to the coronavirus pandemic. The Intimate Wedding Package for 10 offers two options. The catering only or outside catering service package starts at P22,000 while those who are interested to avail of the venue with a catering package starts at P27,000. Couples can choose from The Resto 101, The Garden, or The Atrium as their venue of choice. They can also decide whether they want to avail of a four-course or up to a seven-course Prix Fixe plated menu accompanied with a rustic table arrangement. Among the offerings are savory dishes such as grilled red snapper fillet, oven roasted beef tenderloin, and Seafood Thermidor to name a few. Enderun Events strictly adhere to government guidelines on health measures and social distancing. For more information, visit https://events.enderuncolleges.com/.

Century Park Hotel restaurants now open

WITH the COVID-19 pandemic, everything ground down to a standstill including restaurants — dining options were limited to home cooking, takeout, and delivery. With the government’s recent approval for restaurants to open for dining in, Century Park Hotel said it was reopening the Atrium Lounge on July 1. It will be serving favorite dishes from the hotel’s other restaurants: Café in the Park and Tsukiji Restaurant. The menu includes such items as grilled prawns, pan-fried salmon fillet and blue marlin Supreme, grilled lamb chops, sirloin steak Café de Paris, and Country Crispy Chicken. There are also Japanese classics from the Tsukiji Restaurant. Make your own bento from a menu of appetizers, rice meals, grilled and fried dishes. There are also special maki and other sushi selections. The Atrium Lounge will be open daily from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. During the months of lockdown, every corner of the property was thoroughly disinfected, based on the World Health Organization’s standards. Health and safety protocols such as contact tracing, social distancing and wearing of masks will also be enforced. To know more about Century Park Hotel, visit www.centurypark.com or contact information@centurypark.com.ph or call 528-8888.

Crowne Plaza reopens Seven Corners

Crowne Plaza hotel has reopened its Seven Corners restaurant. Best known as a buffet restaurant, it is now offering an a la carte menu. It is open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. For reservations, call 8633-7222 or email fandb.reservations@ihg.com.

Popeyes dine-in opens with a Sweet Offer

After several months in quarantine, Popeyes is reopening, serving its signature Popeyes fried chicken and biscuits and other favorites. In compliance with government regulations, health measures are in place such as the wearing of masks, observance of social distancing, checking of temperature and placement of alcohol dispensers inside the restaurants. Popeyes employees are also required to wash their hands and change gloves frequently. To make the comeback even sweeter, Popeyes is offering a special promo: for every purchase of Popeyes Sundae, diners get another Sundae for free. Choose to drizzle this creamy vanilla soft serve with either a rich chocolate syrup or caramel sauce. This special promo will be available for dine-in and take-out until July 12 and customers can avail of multiple orders in one transaction. Multiple transactions are also allowed. This offer is available at the following Popeyes restaurants which are now open for dine-in: Popeyes ArcoVia City, Alabang Town Center, SM San Lazaro, NU Mall of Asia, Eastwood, SM Southmall, Ali Mall, Kroma Makati, and Robinsons Place Manila.

Landers Central brings a taste of New York

Landers Central now delivers some of New York’s all-time favorites dishes to your doorsteps. Located within membership shopping center Landers Superstore, Landers Central has NY-style pizzas (Cheese Deluxe, Manhattan Supreme, Bronx Pepperoni, and Brooklyn Bomber), hotdogs (Famous Beef Hotdog and US Beef Jalapeno Cheese Hotdog), fried chicken (solo meals or in an eight-piece bucket, and U.S. Angus Beef Burger you can pair with some fries and soda. Now available for delivery via Central Delivery. Visit www.centraldelivery.com to place an order.

Araneta City resumes mall food courts

Araneta City in Quezon City has opened its mall food courts. It has placed measures to ensure proper physical distancing at the Food Express (Gateway Mall), Food Gallery (Ali Mall), and Food Plaza (Farmers Plaza). Markings are placed on tables to ensure limited seating capacity. Tables are arranged to ensure the proper distance from each other. Floor markings are provided to guide customers in queues, and safety reminders are installed in key areas of the food courts. Each stall also has alcohol dispensers ready for the customers.

Chooks-to-Go is New Normal-ready

With the country’s food industry starting to make a comeback, Chooks-to-Go is making sure that all of its stores will comply with the new standards set by the government. “In Bounty [Agro Ventures Inc.], we take health seriously. And we can do this by not just producing the healthiest chicken with no antibiotics ever, but also keeping our people and customers safe,” said Chooks-to-Go president Ronald Mascariñas. “I could proudly say that all of our stores will be what they say ‘New Normal-ready’ in the coming months.” To start things off, Chooks-to-Go is strictly implementing social distancing in its queuing system, putting stickers on the sidewalk that is exactly a full meter apart for its customers. All customers are advised to go to the hand-sanitizing stations before ordering. Acrylic panels are also installed in each counter to ensure that no contact will be made between customers and store crew. This also includes a metal sliding tray for transactions. Every member of the station will have to go through a mandatory temperature check before and after their shifts. The results are logged daily in Chooks-to-Go’s system. All staff members are also required to wear face shields and face masks, besides their standard hairnets and gloves. Chooks-to-Go is operated by Bounty Agro Ventures, Inc., the largest rotisserie chicken company in the Philippines and the country’s second largest poultry integrator, together with sister company Bounty Fresh Foods, Inc.