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Laid-Off Chefs Team up to Start Online Food Business Amid Pandemic

Food PH MNL offers beef yakiniku, gyoza, pork katsu, meatball spaghetti, and even fall-off-the-bone ribs at an affordable price!

As we have seen in the past few months, many business have temporarily suspended their operations due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the quarantine restrictions imposed across the country.

Unfortunately, there are others that did not only suspend their services, but have totally ceased operations and closed their businesses. This has caused many to lose their jobs and look for alternative means of income just to support themselves and their families.

Some of these people who have been laid-off due to the pandemic are restaurant and food establishment staff. As the industry is among the hardest-hit by the crisis, many food professionals have been forced to find other means of earning just to get by day by day. (Read: 5 Inspirational Filipinos Who Didn’t Let COVID-19 Get Them Down)

This is how Food PH MNL was born.

Hi we are experienced Chefs of largest food chains and international brands that lost our jobs due to the pandemic hope…

Posted by Food PH MNL on Sunday, July 19, 2020

Food PH MNL

Food PH MNL is the brainchild of several chefs who decided to hop on the online business hype after they were laid-off from their jobs at well-known restaurants due to the pandemic. They put their expertise together to create and serve delicious dishes to people around Metro Manila who want to feed their families fulfilling food. (Read: Pinoy entrepreneurs start movement to solve business woes amid COVID-19 lockdown)

The dishes at Food PH MNL include beef yakiniku, gyoza, pork katsu, meatball spaghetti, and even fall-off-the-bone ribs. All of these dishes are freshly made every day and customers are assured that their food was prepared safely. (Read: 3 Secrets To Ensure Food Safety Amid COVID-19 Pandemic)

But above all else, here’s the best part: Food PH MNL offers affordable dishes! Imagine, 10 pieces of gyoza for only P200—what a steal!

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Photos from Food PH MNL Facebook

To order, simply go to Food PH MNL Facebook page and send them a message. Order cut-off is at 3 pm every day and they have a next-day delivery policy. All pasta dishes, however, should have a one-day lead time.

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