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Coco Martin, Angel Locsin invite Pinoys to celebrate Mang Inasal’s 500th store

Mang Inasal marks a milestone with Filipino food lovers with the recent opening of its 500th store in its birthplace, Iloilo. And to celebrate this grand achievement, long-time endorsers Coco Martin and Angel Locsin are inviting everyone to a nuot sarap feast with Mang Inasal.

 

Filipinos have been part of Mang Inasal’s journey to 500 stores. With its offerings of great-tasting food, the restaurant chain quickly won the hearts of many individuals and families and has established itself as the go-to place where everyone can comfortably enjoy their favorite meals.

As the leading Chicken Inasal in the branded eat-out category, Mang Inasal welcomes everyone to its 500th branch. Coco and Angel join in on the fun and share how they like to savor their Mang Inasal meals.

Coco reveals he likes to eat the 2-in-1-sa Laki, Nuot-sa-Ihaw-sarap Chicken Inasal in the most enjoyable way—with his bare hands. Meanwhile, halo-halo enthusiast Angel Locsin shares that she delights in her Mang InasalPinoy Halo-Halo by taking a taste of the ice cream first before mixing the rest of the cold treat.

How do you like to enjoy your favorite Chicken Inasal or Pinoy Halo-Halo? Filipinos can participate in the festivities around the 500th store opening by delighting in Mang Inasal meals at any of its stores nationwide.

Find out more about how Coco Martin and Angel Locsin like to enjoy their favorite meals on Mang Inasal’s official Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/MangInasalPhilippines/).

Topics: Mang Inasal 500th store , Angel Locsin , Coco Martin , Chicken Inasal , Pinoy Halo-Halo
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