Whether you’re too lazy to make a Noche Buena Spread at home, or just looking to add a few new additions to your regular family feast, food platters and platters are always the way to go. Fortunately, several local home businesses and restaurants are here to make our lives easier – whether it’s the holiday season or even all year round – with a variety of home-cooked meals like pasta, meats, pizza. and even sushi. good to share.
Here are some companies to discover for the needs of your family in trays and food trays!
Host a pizza party with Gianetto Pizza
You can’t go wrong with homemade pizza, and local biz Gianetto won’t disappoint. Their gourmet 12 ” brick oven pizza is crisp, thin and chewy, generously topped with cheese and everything in between.
If there’s one flavor you must try, it’s their new one. Eat me spinach (P550), made with Gianetto’s signature white sauce, premium mozzarella, spoonfuls of tangy-salty cream cheese, and fresh spinach, making for a creamy, flavorful treat similar to the famous spinach and artichoke pizza . Each cheesy and flavorful bite melts in your mouth; you will definitely want a pizza!
If you like truffles, discover their Truffle Mushroom (P550), made with white sauce, mozzarella, cheddar cheese, shiitake mushrooms, crunchy onion and black truffle oil. Both options are vegetarian and go well with a thick drizzle of free Gianetto honey. For tomato-based choices, you can try the simple Margherita (P420) or the Prosciutto Arugula (P550).
Gianetto, based in Mandaluyong City, can fulfill same-day delivery orders. Each pizza is freshly made. They are open Tuesday to Sunday from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. and can take orders via the website.
Enjoy an Asian-inspired feast at home
Made in BKK
If your family loves Southeast Asian cuisine, try the Thai concept Made in BKK, cloud cooking that reinvents Thai dishes. Do you like spicy and tangy Tom Yum soup from Thailand? Made in BKK offers the famous dish with an unconventional twist that is worth trying. the Tom Yum Puff Pastry Noods (P850) has puffed crispy noodles that dissolve when mixed with a creamy, spicy-tangy-flavorful Tom Yum sauce alongside whole jumbo shrimp. It’s addicting, flavorful, and a fun new way to enjoy classic delicacy.
Made in BKK also has a Thai Crispy Chicken Curry (P1,280) platter that features a tender and crispy boneless fried chicken topped with a delicious green curry sauce, topped with sweet and fragrant coconut rice and served with a crispy side of Shimeji mushrooms. Another meaty option is the Wagyu Thai Steak Platter (P1,890), made with pan-seared Australian Wagyu, Thai steak rice, golden egg, green curry salt and tamarind steak sauce.
Finish it off with the refreshing Made in BKK Thunder in the tropics drink – a fruity combination of mango, passion fruit and coconut juice – or the Sticky mango rice drink, made with real sticky rice.
Made in BKK, which was founded in August, is based in Makati City. You can place your orders through their website.
A Thai feast isn’t complete without Pad Thai, so Flowerboy’s Chicken and Beef Pad Thai Platter (P1,789) may just do the trick! LowBrow’s Asian concept serves beef Pad Thai made with rice noodles, bokchoy and sliced beef, inspired by the popular Pad See Ew. They also have the classic Chicken Pad Thai – tasty, tangy, slightly sweet, complex, and rich in umami. No trimming of toppings here!
LowBrow also has a Beef Smoked Beef Lechon Platter (P1,789), made with lightly cooked roast beef and served with a dill potato salad, grilled romaine, chimichurri, gravy and garlic rice. Each tray is good for 6-7 people. Customers can order through the LowBrow website.
It may come out of left field, but LowBrow’s fried chicken concept, Bad Bird, offers an addicting basket of their Umami Fried Chicken Skin (P280) it’s great for pulutane or as an aperitif, dipped in their spicy aioli dip. You can get it from Bad Bird’s The Grid booth for delivery.
Kitchen Fuck Hot
For Asian fusion, sushi tacos are the way to go! I’M Hotel’s new concept, Hot Kiss Kitchen, “redefines the taco experience” by serving international flavors – from Korea, Singapore, Japan, Italy and more – in the form of ingenuous tortillas or “sushi taco” nori. Each tasty taco is packed with their respective meats, toppings, vegetables, and sauces, making it a hearty snack or meal. The presentation is also very pretty and colorful, as almost all tacos are topped with edible flowers and herbs.
Try all of their 8 flavors in one matching box (P1 150), who understand the Cheeseburger with Macaroni & Cheese Taco, Pulled Beef Taco, Korean Bulgogi Beef Taco with Kimchi, Sea Food Croquette with Aligue, Wasabi Shrimp Taco, Szechuan Wing Taco, Chicken Kebab Taco, and Sisig with Chicharon Taco. They also have a Vegan Tofu Tacos option available. Each box contains organic microgreens, smoked cheese, roasted tomato salsa and a spicy hot sauce. Customers can order through the Hot Kiss Kitchen website.
Ocean Palace Manila
Fancy some sum dim sum? Get a variety of seven colorful dumplings in one platter from Ocean Palace Manila, Chef Kerri’s latest home cooking venture. Not only is it a magnificent sight to see, but there is something for everyone in this voucher to share. Bouquet Dimsum.
the pink beach balls have shrimp and scallops; the orange sunset is the fresh shrimp hakaw; the green cabbage roll with seaweed has fresh meat inside a fresh cabbage leaf; and the foam blue has pork and mushrooms inside. There is also the yellow dumpling at sunrise with shark fins and shrimp, and the burning sun, which has spicy Schezhuan pork. It is served with soy sauce.
Ocean Palace Manila is based in Maginhawa, Quezon City. You can order through Instagram.
Why not splurge on some high quality sashimi this holiday season? Local company Maguro Prime sells premium quality bluefin tuna imported across the country, delivering fresh cuts daily.
As the name suggests, their expertise is maguro (tuna), so their 3 Sushi Set by Hon Maguro (P800) is a must. It has three different cuts of tuna – the melt-in-your-mouth, fatty O Toro; the sweet Chu Toro; and the skinny Akami – all nestled on top of hand-pressed sushi rice. For a taste of it all, get the Premium Sashimi Mora Awase Set (P5 888), a combination of 12 O Toro, Hamachi, Salmon and Ikura slices with Ikura. They also have a season Maguro Kama (P1700), a big piece of tuna collar with lean and fatty meats and a strong and savory taste.
Everything is made to order five hours before delivery, so you are assured of freshness, without any malansa aftertaste. You can order through Instagram.
If you want maki and sushi, Mitasu Yakiniku has a Premium Sushi Platter (P899) to share, which is a combination of Golden Roll Maki (tempura, kani, mango, Japanese mayo); Californian maki; Maki Spicy Salmon / Tuna; Tamago Aburi Sushi; Kani Aburi Sushi; and Nigiri with salmon. Mitasu Yakiniku is based in Banawe, Quezon City, but you can order from their website as well.
Hashi Donburi aalso maki, sushi and sashimi platters available for delivery – you can get set A (P699), which is 32 pieces of maki rolls, set B (P1199) with 48 maki rolls, 12 pieces of kani sushi and tamago; or go for it with Set E (1799 P), with 60 pieces of maki rolls, 12 pieces of salmon and tuna sushi and 100 grams of sashimi.
Hashi’s Maki Rolls include an assortment of Tempura Maki, California Maki, Kani Mango, and Spicy Salmon. Also get their special rainbow roll, made with fresh tuna, salmon, mango and more. You can order through Instagram.
Comforting and comforting foods
Slow burning MNL
For premium surf and turf decks, Slow Burn MNL knows how to deliver. Their platters of home-cooked meals are plentiful, plentiful, generous and tasty, made up only of top-quality meats, fresh vegetables and tasty sauces. To have The Mixture (P2,299), a combination plate of a full rack of smoked ribs; two tender and chewy salmon fillets; easy to peel garlic shrimp; and the addicting truffle umami rice and squid ink rice, with crunchy green beans and juicy cherry tomatoes.
You can also try their Linguine with chicken and chorizo, made with two kinds of chorizo, fresh mushrooms, spices and cream, garnished with boneless chicken fillet, basil and lemon. It costs P999 and P549 for two sizes. You can order through Slow Burn’s Instagram.
Sestra Quisina, a sister-owned family business, knows how to serve comforting and satisfying pasta dishes for a solo or for sharing. A must is their Genoese penne with Buratta, penne coated in homemade garlic basil pesto, garnished with juicy fresh cherry tomatoes, Parma ham or Hungarian sausage, and a creamy and smooth burrata that mixes wonderfully with pasta. It costs P 585 for family size and P 1,650 for group size.
They also have a Surf and Turf Carbonara, made with shrimp and bacon. Their new Braided salmon with spinach sauce also worth a try; the freshly cooked salmon is placed on a bed of crispy vegetables and topped with a creamy white wine spinach sauce. It costs P 2175 for family size and P 2975 for sharing. You can order through Instagram.
Mimi & Bros
For the carnivores, Mimi & Bros has food platters that will fill you up – their newest Chicken and chorizo paella with Lechon Belly crispy party platter (P1 000) includes a crispy, boneless lechon belly stuffed with spices, accompanied by a chicken and chorizo paella; they also have a Mushroom and Truffle Paella with Porchetta Party Platter (P3,200).
For pasta, Mimi & Bros offers Ragu de Lola (P1,350), their take on the classic Italian pasta dish with chunks of beef, a sweet tomato sauce and topped with Parmesan. Pair it with their Wings with truffle butter and honey (P1,100), chicken wings drizzled with a sweet and savory truffle and honey butter sauce.
Mimi & Bros is based in Bonifacio Global City. You can order via Facebook. – Rappler.com