Sometimes, I get tired of fast food even when I crave for food at the oddest hours. Thus, I was delighted to learn that Aristocrat Restaurant was starting a 24-hour food delivery service. What could be a better midnight snack than their Chicken Barbeque with Java Rice or the Pancit Canton?
With this service, you get time-honored recipes at any time of the day. If you are someone who works from home or are a stay-at-home mom, this is truly convenient. Enjoy Merienda, Signature Sandwiches and Breakfast dishes even in the wee hours of the morning. Those who work at night can also enjoy Aristocrat’s wide food selection without having to worry about the lack of choices.
The Aristocrat’s much-loved specialties available all day, all night include Pancit Luglog with Tokwa’t Baboy, Lumpiang Ubod or Arroz con Caldo, Sotanghon Soup or Hototay; Signature Sandwiches like Adobo Flying Saucer or Clubhouse Sandwich; Filipino Breakfast choices like Lola Asiang’s Chicken & Pork Adobo, Beef Tapa, Tocino, Daing na Bangus and Longganisa; American Breakfast as well as the All-Time Favorite Omelets.
The newly-renovated Aristocrat along Jupiter street in Makati City is now also open 24 hours.
The Aristocrat’s other branches are located at Roxas Boulevard in Malate (open 24 hours), SM Mall of Asia, SM San Lazaro, The Block in SM North EDSA, Robinsons Place Manila, SM Manila, Subic Bay, San Pablo City and at Banawe St. Sta. Mesa Heights, Quezon City, and SM City in Dasmariñas, Cavite.
Opening in 2014 is the second branch in Banawe at 238 Banawe Street., Sta. Mesa Heights, Marcos Highway and S&R Shaw Blvd., Mandaluyong City. Soon, Aristocrat restaurants will be more visible in different areas in the metro with their fresh-looking interiors, more food selection to explore and 24-hour plus delivery services.
For inquiries and reservations, contact (+63 2) 524 7671 to 80 or visit www.aristocrat.com.ph. For deliveries, dial 894 0000.
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