Yes, guys! There’s a Filipino version of fried rice in the market now! If you love sinangag, then you need to check out Lako’s latest offerings, aptly named ‘Sinangag, No Ulam Needed’.
Lako’s Sinangag was created to address the demand of Pinoys’ appetite. As a Filipino, it’s safe to say that we all love rice. Well, these versions come with a twist. Check them out:
Bahay Kubo is perfect for veggie lovers.
If you love meat and are a fan of spicy food, Karne is perfect for you!
If you love seafood and prefer sweet and spicy flavors, try their Dagat Dagatan.
Lako’s Sinangag is a complete meal, so you won’t have to look for ulam anymore – perfect for those who are in a hurry or are always on the go. It comes with real seafood, meat, and veggies, as well.
As with their Ulam-pia and Merienda Shakes, Lako’s newest gourmet products are highly competitive to match any international products that are currently monopolizing the Filipino cuisine. At only 85 pesos per sinangag dish, you will feel full and satisfied with each order.
The product is now available in all of Lako’s branches – Gagalangin, Tondo; Legarda, Sampaloc; Sta Ana, Manila; San Antonio, Makati; Libis Talisay, Caloocan; and their new branch in Mandaluyong City located at Tiangge Sa Edsa! Make sure to check them out!
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