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Sweet treat for graduates at LJC Restaurants

The LJC Restaurants treat graduates to free servings of signature desserts when they dine at any LJC branch on graduation day.

For most LJC brands the choices are Maja Blanca, white ground rice cake with sweet young corn cooked in sweet coconut cream, Leche Flan, egg custard with sugar topping, and the LJC’s signature dessert, Claude’s Dream, Claude Tayag’s pandan gelatin on macapuno ice cream, topped with fresh coconut meat.

Other treats includes Larry’s Café and Bar’s Crème Brulee, a caramelized creamy and rich custard topped with sugar; Bistro Remedios’ Turon, spring roll of bananas with jackfruit, served with jaggery sauce; and Fely J’s Kitchen with Cassava Bibingka with Buko, Fely J’s homemade tapioca cake with young coconut.

Café Havana offers graduates a free refreshing glass of Four Seasons when they avail of the lunch buffet of international dishes served on weekdays. Those ordering ala carte get a free choice of Pudin de pan habanero, Café Havana’s homemade Cuban version of bread pudding or Crepes con piña, pineapple stuffed crepes.

For Inquiries, please call Abe branches at Alabang Town Center Corte (6230899), G/F, Serendra  (8567696), level M3, TriNoma (9015691) and 2/F North Veranda, SM Mall of Asia (5560608); Larry’s Café and Bar at G/F Serendra (8560527); Fely J’s Kitchen at 2nd Level Greenbelt 5 (7288858/78); Café Havana at  G/F Greenbelt 3 (7574370/71), Lorenzo’s Way at G/F Greenbelt 5 (7290013) and at C2 building, 7th Ave, Bonifacio High Street (6213163); Bistro Remedios at the Remedios Circle in Malate, Manila (5239153); Café Adriatico branches in Malate (7388220), SM Mall of Asia (556 0608) and Gateway Mall (9318736).

The sweet treat for graduates is offered till April 15, 2013.

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