Lent is a time for reflection and penance. Catholics all around the Philippines practice the Lenten tradition of sacrificing something important to them, may it be something as big as quitting a bad habit or simple as not eating junk food. A common practice during lent is abstaining from eating meat and choosing alternatives such as seafood and vegetables.
Pork and beef dishes in the menus of most restaurants, leaving Lenten abstainers with very few choices whenever they choose to eat out.
To give more options to hungry abstainers, Goldilocks, the country’s number one bakeshop, launched a variety of meals made especially for the Lenten season. Treat your taste buds to the savoury goodness of RELLENONG BANGUS, SARAPINOY GISADONG MONGGO with DAING NA BANGUS, and BANGUS BELLY SINIGANG. All come with a serving of steaming white rice for as low as PhP105.
Grab the seasonal meals at any Goldilocks branch nationwide.
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