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Slappy Cakes Introduces Menu of Lenten SpecialsThis Lent, go for no-meat alternatives which are both tasty and fulfilling.
Slappy Cakes, the popular international all-day breakfast joint originating from Portland, Oregon, recently introduced its offerings for Lent. Apart from its pancake fare, Slappy Cakes is offering no-meat alternatives which are both tasty and fulfilling.
You can start off your meal with these Slappetizers: Cheese Sticks, Mango Ponzu Salad, and Tomato Soup.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
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Mango Ponzu Salad
Then choose from these Pasta dishes and Slappy Plates: Pesto Pasta with Anchovies, Salmon Pasta with Cream Sauce, Grilled Three Cheese Sandwich, and Fish Bites.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
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You can also indulge in their All Day Breakfast with Salmon Benedict, Seasonal Vegetable Benedict, and Garlic Bangus.
“Given the timeliness of our offering of these non-meat fare, we believe we are giving our diners more alternatives that are in accordance to their preference,” said Karen Caballero, General Manager of Slappy Cakes.
Patrons who are looking to try out these delicious offerings, can visit any of the Slappy Cakes branches in Eastwood Mall from 9am-10pm (9am-11pm during Fridays and Saturdays), SM Aura Premier from 10am-10pm, SM North Edsa The Block from 10am-9pm (10am-10pm during Fridays and Saturdays), and SM Jazz Mall from 8am-9pm. For Holy Week, they are open from Palm Sunday until Holy Wednesday and resume their operations on Black Saturday.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
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