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Peri-Peri announces party packages

Choose from four menu packages to suit your party needs

Jan 02, 2011 10:00 am

Peri-Peri restaurant has announced party packages to suit your different needs.

Be it corporate, family or school affairs, you can choose from any of Peri-Peri's four menu packages (minimum of 30 persons): Lite Platter Package, Combo Platter Package, Kiddie Meal Package and Executive Platter Package.

The menu packages are reasonably priced and these consist of  a number of favorites  such as signature chicken, continental pasta, mac and cheese, Texas-style ribs, shrimp skewers, saucy chops, chicken tenders, wild buffalo wings, taco platters, java rice, croquettes, and  desserts. [See list of 10 must-try restaurants that fit a start-up's budget here]

 Peri-Peri's famous grilled chicken remains the centerpiece of the holiday party. It comes smokin’ right off the rotisserie grill with a deliciously unique open-flame taste that can only be Peri-Peri.

The chicken specialty's main difference from other grills is in the unique marinade which came all the way from the culinary heart of Mozambique and perfected by seasoned Portuguese chefs. T

Through centuries of cooking and celebration, the Peri-Peri chicken has become a favorite soul food among chicken enthusiasts in Europe and later in the Americas. The sauce is savory and sweet, with the subtle African chili bite and secret herbs.

And  for a more satisfying experience, a diner can enjoy their dishes with all the drinks and soups at the beverage buffet for an additional P49. [Read about Manila's best restaurants here]

Peri-Peri Charcoal Chicken is located at the ground floor of SM North EDSA Annex Bldg. in Quezon City and  at SM Megamall.

For a high end ambiance you may also try Peri-Peri Grillhouse at the Greenhills Promenade.

For inquiries, reservations and other requests, dial 332-4752.

 

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