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From P9 pork buns to 1 year supply of soya chicken: These Asian dining promos are worth checking out this month

By John Patrick Magno Ranara Published Sep 12, 2023 7:25 pm Updated Sep 15, 2023 11:10 am

Is your stomach grumbling to go on a much-needed food trip? Then you're in luck as several beloved Asian dining brands are cooking up something exciting for you.

To celebrate the opening of their branches in Gateway Mall 2, Tim Ho Wan, Hawker Chan, and Pound from FooDee Global Concepts are offering some mouth-watering promos that will surely entice your taste buds.

Here's a glimpse of what you can look forward to:

Win a year's supply of soya sauce chicken

Never had Hawker Chan's signature soya sauce chicken before? Then here's your chance to enjoy the savory dish for an entire year as the Singapore-based restaurant is having a promo on Sept. 25 where you can get a chance to win a year's supply of soya sauce chicken rice.

To get the prize, you must be one of the first 10 customers to register on the opening day at 8:00 a.m.

In case you can't make it, however, not all is lost as the next 20 guests will get six months supply of soya sauce chicken rice, the next 20 will get three months, and the next 50 will get one month.

Enjoy pork buns at only P9

To celebrate its 9th store opening in Gateway Mall 2, "the world's cheapest Michelin-star restaurant" is selling its beloved BBQ Pork Buns for a generous price.

You can buy one piece of Pork Bun for P9 only with a purchase of any of their other dishes, valid for dine-in consumption only.

But don't get too greedy as only one purchase is allowed per person. The promo will run from Sept. 25 to 27, with Tim Ho Wan entertaining only 100 people per day.

Pay whatever you want for some juicy burgers

When it comes to delighting your taste buds and filling your stomach, you can never go wrong with some classic burgers that are temptingly meaty to its core.

Pound, the homegrown joint known for their burgers, is treating its customers by allowing them to pay whatever they want on their second burger from Sept. 25 to 27.