Choose to feel good at Pancake House

PASTA la vista, baby!

Now’s the time to feel good and break free from that long day and crummy, “meh” feeling as Pancake House dishes out its classic comfort staple Spaghetti with Meat Sauce from June 10 to 15 and June 24 to 29, 2019.

During the regional trade launch of the Spaghetti-All-You-Can promo at Pancake House along the LausGroup Boulevard in the City of San Fernando, Pancake House marketing honcho Jong Dela Cruz and Max’s Group, Inc. Assistant Marketing Manager Monica Lerit shared that diners can enjoy two hours of unlimited servings of solo spaghetti with meat sauce with a side of garlic bread and iced tea for only P299.

“This is the first time we did this Spaghetti-All-You-Can. We want to promote savings, indulgence and the feel good of eating our spaghetti with meat sauce,” they said.

For her part, Pancake House Senior Marketing Manager Cherry Hernandez said that the Spaghetti-All-You-Can campaign hopes to make more diners feel really good.

“As we celebrate our 45th anniversary this June, we want more diners to enjoy some of their favorite dishes. Our Spaghetti with Meat Sauce is one of the specialties that people keep coming back for. We want them to relive some of their favorite memories and create new ones with our Spaghetti-All-You-Can promo. We hope that making this delicious, heartwarming offering available to more diners gives them another reason to Choose to Feel Good at Pancake House,” she said.

So troop to the nearest Pancake House now and treat yourself to unlimited spaghetti this June!

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