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Thanksgiving at Bizu Patisserie

Experience a wonderful Thanksgiving only Bizu Patisserie can offer.

            Savor a whole roast turkey, plump, juicy and baked to golden brown perfection. Have it with Bizu’s signature stuffing with the crunch of apples and the fullness of chestnuts and sausages. Enjoy it with a unique duet of sauces, rich turkey gravy and a sweet and tart cranberry sauce for your Thanksgiving Celebration. 


            Share this wonderful meal with family and friends. Turkey comes at P8,500 at approximately 4 kilograms cooked weight and is good for 20-25 persons. Order three days in advance.
            For orders and inquiries, call 845-0590 to 93 or email concierge@bizugroupe.com




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