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Peri-Peri grilling hot at Capitol Commons

Peri-Peri Charcoal Chicken, one of the profile brands under IFoods, Inc, has recently opened its newest branch in Capitol Commons, as part of its business expansion.

Peri-Peri is popular for its spitfire-grilled chicken, marinated in a unique blend of various herbs and spices brought in all the way from Africa.

The ambiance of Peri-Peri at Capitol Commons

Grilled to perfection, Peri-Peri dishes are further enhanced by a variety of sides and a wide range of special sauces, creating a multitude of flavor combinations that can satisfy any craving. 

Peri Peri Charcoal chicken is set up as fast casual restaurant. The best part that surprises most guests is the large serving of Java rice on a platter with grilled chicken and side dishes.

 from left, Ryan Q. Riaza - Sr. Operations Manager, Sam Milby - Actor, VIP guest, Karen N. Cosico - CMO, Dom Hernandez - Franchisee, Bryan C. Tiu - President, iFoods Group, Inc. and Fil L. Alvarez - Manager, BrandAction, Inc.

To top it off,  it offers unlimited soup and beverage bar featuring a variety of soup flavors, different coffee drinks, juices and soda.  Additional attraction for Peri-Peri Capitol Commons is their barchow, beers and alcoholic beverages.

IFoods, Inc is managed by Bryan Tiu, one of the youngest restaurant magnates awarded as 2005 youngest Entrepreneur by Ernst and Young. 

Check out other branches of Peri-Peri at SM North Edsa, Promenade Greenhills and soon to open in Nuvali, SM Megamall and Myanmar.

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