Better mark your calendars— it’s happening for one day only!
Team Rice or Team Noodle? If you’re part of the faction who believes in the latter, boy, do I have good news for you! Taiwanese restaurant Fat Fook has an exciting promo that involves noodles, and it’s only happening on one day— March 11 aka National Eat Your Noodles Day!
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ONE DAY ONLY! We’re celebrating National Eat Your Noodles Day with a special feast! Enjoy our best-selling Taiwan Style Fried Noodles for just P88 at any Fat Fook branch on March 11! Get this with every purchase Chicken Chop and 2 Coca-Cola. Don’t miss it! See terms and conditions here: https://web.facebook.com/notes/fat-fook-manila/national-eat-your-noodles-day/1251185485076773/
During this one-time opportunity, guests are treated to their bestselling Taiwan-style Fried Noodles for just P88 with every purchase of their Chicken Chops and 2 orders of Coca Cola to go with it. That’s almost P140 in savings!
Just note that this is valid for dine-in customers only, and can only be used per single transaction. While Gift Certificates can be used to pay, this promo cannot be used in conjunction with Fat Fook’s other promos. And if seniors and PWD would like to participate, they have to choose between their senior and PWD discount or this promotional offer, whichever one is higher.
The promo can be redeemed in the following branches: SM Megamall, SM North EDSA, Ayala Malls UP Town Center, Robinsons Galleria, Ayala Malls Glorietta, Ayala North Exchange, Ayala Malls Manila Bay, Alabang Town Center, and in Globe Tower, BGC.
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Three things govern the interests of every Chinese: wealth, prosperity and luck. And as superstitious as it sounds, it's the very reason why they like the color red (an auspicious color) or the number 8, which sound like the Chinese word for luck. —— @fatfookmanila, whose name means increasing luck, offers Taiwanese food favorites in many branches scattered across Manila, and I was lucky to be invited in their sixth branch— located in @shopsayalanorthexchange— because their food is just so good! —— My favorites include their: ? Fat Fook Chicken Chop: deep-fried chicken cutlet coated in a crispy 5-spice batter. Meat is tender and juicy. Yummy! ? Spicy Wonton Dumplings: shrimp dumplings served in a spicy chili sauce and spring onions. One of my favorites, it's meaty and comes with a mild heat. ? Xiao Long Bao: soup dumpling with a skin that has the right thickness so it wouldn't collapse. Served with black vinegar and ginger dip. And if you like things big, they offer it super-sized! ? Mama O's Pata Tim: braised sliced pork knuckle with crunchy Taiwan pechay and soft mantou bread. I love that it comes with tons of sauce that's savory and slightly sweet. ? Taiwan Style Fried Rice: filled with all the goodies I love— little bites of sweet Chinese sausage, spring onions and eggs, which are tossed together in rice and soy sauce. ? Tikoy Sticks: a throwback to the glutinous and sticky treat that I commonly eat during Chinese New Year, this dessert gets an upgrade as it's wrapped in a spring roll wrapper and deep-fried for that crispy exterior. It even has a drizzle of condensed milk to add a creamy sweetness. —— The other dishes served include their Satay beef Noodles and Beef Tendon Hotpot, which I sadly didn't try because of my #nobeefforlife promise. But not to worry cause at least I had their jumbo, one liter milk tea. Tried their Taro flavor, and if you like sweet stuff paired with the strong taste of tea, you'll enjoy this. . . . Thanks for having me! ❤️
A homegrown concept by the group who brought in Ramen Nagi, Fat Fook is headed by Taiwanese executive chef Rachel Kao. The name Fat Fook is representative of abundance and wealth, which something that Chinese people often look for, and can find in the food. Abundant choices, abundant flavors— all at affordable prices. Despite being a local brand, the recipes are true to the taste of Taiwan, since the owner regularly goes to the country to source ingredients. However, a Filipino touch is added to each dish in terms of spiciness and appearance.
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