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“Boodle Fight sa Bilao” + “Shrimp Wednesday” Only at St. Nicholas Catering and Restaurant

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restaurants, press release, announcement, food press

restaurants, press release, announcement, food press

St. Nicholas Catering and Restaurant Boodle Fight sa Bilao Sets on SALE!!!

There are many ways to bond with families and friends and one of those is eating together, enjoying the best food prepared and served with love.

This holiday season, why not eat with your family in the most exciting way – a boodle fight. When it comes to boodle fight, the place to be is at St. Nicholas Catering and Restaurant. It’s a great thing that they are on sale!

For a special price of Php999.00, the Boodle Fight sa Bilao Set is indeed very affordable compared to other restaurants having the same idea. Restaurant diners have the option to choose from the of other Boodle Fight variants that the restaurant offers like from Palawan, Boracay, to Batangas for the same price of Php999.00.   

BEST SELLER: The Hot and Juicy Shrimps

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The restaurant’s Hot and Juicy Shrimps are available in the following flavors/variants: regular, spicy, mild, sweet, and medium. The shrimps were sourced from Roxas City,known as the seafood capital of the Philippines. So it is guaranteed fresh!

Trivia: Did you know that Chef Nick personally came up with its signature sauce. And once you tasted it, mapapa extra-rice ka talaga! Continue reading

Dining At Little Chalet

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this is the only photo of the food we managed to snap that day.

This new resto at Robinsons Place Malolos captivated the little one’s attention the very first time we passed by it. I think he got excited with the unique and colorful set up of the place and associated it with those fun and enjoyable play places for kids that he love to frequent.

The place sure does have a very fresh and interesting set up, as instead of just tables and chairs that we normally find in regular restaurants, Little Chalet has little rooms where diners can eat with their family and friends in privacy. Each room also come in beautiful colors that are such an eye candy to little kids.

We went there afternoon of New Year’s day and even when there are a lot of customers around that time, I am relieved we only got to wait for a couple of minutes to be seated. We were motioned to occupy the lovely yellow room downstairs {yes, there are more rooms in the mezzanine}.  Continue reading