For a Southerner like me, buying fresh ingredients and having it cooked (paluto) in the local restaurants in Dampa, Paranaque is already common, but the concept of having a ‘paluto’ service inside a big supermarket is somewhat raising the bar to the next level.
My curiosity prodded me to bring along my wife for lunch at All Day Supermarket’s famous Paluto, simply to try out how the cooking services are being done right after buying the freshest ingredients inside the supermarket.
Being a seafood lover, my wife tried out the Sinigang sa Miso (Hipon). Not much of a fan for Miso, All Day Supermarket‘s Paluto na Sinigang sa Miso (Hipon) turns out to be an instant favorite. A serving of their Sinigang sa Miso (Hipon) includes eight pieces of shrimp, topped with big slices of labanos and slices of large sized tomatoes. One order is enough for two people.
I also discovered in the list of foods being served in All Day Supermarket’s Paluto is my favorite comfort food. Goto., yes goto, not the type that you would usually find in fast food nooks. This time its ‘FULLY LOADED’. Yes, you heard me right. Fully loaded. The toppings are all neatly displayed right in front of the Goto stall inside the supermarket. You can order for the Goto Loaded for only P110.00. One serving is already enough for two to three people to share.
For drinks, simply pick any drink inside the supermarket and pay it at the cashier before you consume it. You can drink it inside the premises for as long as you are drinking it there near the Paluto seating area.
Before we finished eating, we were informed by the cooks that there is an ongoing Merienda Buffet that’s going to happen starting at 1:30 PM up to 5:00 PM every Tuesdays and Thursdays. They are serving different merienda sets for Tuesday and Thursday. You only pay P150.00 for you to avail the promo.
I have provided the menu for Tuesdays and Thursdays below.
If commuting, All Day Supermarket C5 Extension is accessible via the Metro Express shuttle service located near Golden Haven and Padre Diego Cera avenue terminal or from SM Sucat.
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