Monday, March 19, 2012

Chicken Deli: At Gratiae CTHM Awards Night and On Why I Like It




















Last March 12, 2012, Tom Rodriguez, together with Myx Music VJ Joyce Pring and Chicken Deli, joined UST’s 'Gratiae CTHM Awards Night'.



The University of Santo Tomas (UST) College of Tourism and Hospitality Management (CTHM) recently staged “Gratie CTHM Awards Night” held atthe Plaza Mayor in celebration of the achievements of the college and its students.


It was a night of raising glasses to deserving students who excelled in various inter-collegiate competitions like beauty pageants, mixing cocktail and outstanding tourism and hospitality achievement awards.In support of the deserving students, Chicken Deli restaurant, a colod original since 1983 joined in the celebration as one of its major sponsors with a booth offering their best sellers – their yummy Pechopak, sumptuous Paa and savory Liempo!


The night was livened up by an exciting segment of the restaurant hosted by energetic Myx VJ Joyce Pring who engaged the faculty,students and guests. Though formally dressed, they gamely joined the "Longest Breath“ contest and a lot more. Joyce gave Chicken Deli gift certificates to the winners.


Handsome Tom Rodriguez took the stage to serenade some pretty college ladies with the song “When You Say nothing at All “and “Fly Me to the Moon” that gave a feel of romance to the event.

Tom can be seen daily in his teleserye “Angelito” on ABS-CBN while VJ Joyce hosts daily on Myx, the number one music channel. Chicken Deli has branches in SM North, Annex (3rd floor), Recto Ave., Tutuban Center Mall(G/F) the whole evening event was a big success and sure did the thomasians had a blast thanks to Chicken Deli the original Bacolod inasal since 1983 ang pak na pak na Pechopak!


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Seriously, if I had to count the reasons why I like Chicken Deli, I'd have to count forever. So here's just a snippet. I like Chicken Deli because...

Chicken Deli is the original. This is where I can satisfy my Bacolod chicken inasal cravings.

Halo Deli and Banana Turon for merienda is TDF! TDF=To Die For

I really like their Inasal Bacolod chicken that is truly authentic and 100% yummy.

Chicken is flamed and grilled to perfection with sabaw all you can and...

Kanin All You Can garlic rice, soup and special sauce, sinamak or “sawsawan” which is a local vinegar mixed with ginger, chili and other spices.

Epic meal and real comfort food, prefect for brekky, lunch or dinner..

Nothing beats their well-cooked sizzling sisig and kare-kare with its rich and thick peanut sauce and Mamang’s special bagoong. Plus...

Delicious and definitely high quality Chicken Inasal that’s been cooked with love and care.

Every part of a chicken is delish like their inihaw na atay (liver), baticlon (gizzard), liog (neck), isol (butt) and pakpak (wings) with its extremely

Low and affordable prices for the best quality of home cooked and prepared meals perfect for Pinoy taste. Last but not the least,

It's definitely the best because they have the pak na pak na pechopak ever! Hands down. Prolly the best damn grilled chicken pecho of my life. :)


Chicken Deli is truly the best place for families, friends and groups who want to enjoy good food and experience good times with its cozy ambiance where customers are treated with a warm welcome by their friendly staff. So foodies, try it now. :)

Store Locations:

SM North EDSA
3rd Level SM Annex Bldg.
Quezon CityRecto Avenue

G/F Cartimar Shopping Center
Corner Severino St., Recto Avenue Manila

Tutuban Mall
G/F Tutuban Shopping Center
Binondo, Manila




3 comments:

  1. First time to hear about Chicken Deli. Nabanggit mo ang halo-halo. Wahh.. may cravings pa naman ako sa halo-halo at mais con hielo ngayon.

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  2. WOW I Must admit Ms. Chelle that you are very dedicated in Describing
    Chicken Deli ! TWO THUMBS UP!

    I LOVE CHICKEN DELI TOO (=

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