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GelatoFix's New Mouthwatering Dishes

There are places that you come back to over and over again—the ones that keep on surprising, the ones that keep bringing something new to the table. In this case, the world-class entity of Gelatofix Lifestyle Café


Known for their over-the-top creative gelato creations, this ace café is unveiling a new wave of dishes complete with appetizing mains and delicious all-day selections. 



First on the line is Roast Beef with Mushroom Gravy. Savory and succulent beef slices make up the dish, smothered with a generous amount of rich herb cream sauce, also served with rice.
There’s so much to love about the Chicken Parmigiano—tender chicken in crisp coating, topped with heaps of spinach, marinara, and melted cheese, conveniently placed with a side of rice.
Amping up a Pinoy favorite is the Adobo Flakes pizza, where flavoursome shreds of pork and chicken are roasted to a delightful crisp and drizzled on a bed of creamy mozzarella and tangy tomato sauce. 
Moving on to the all-day selections, the Grand Box Breakfast is a sure hit with thick slabs of bacon, crispy vegetable croquettes, scrambled eggs and potatoes, all of which served in a hefty breakfast box.

Never underestimate the classic duo of Chicken and Waffles, crispy fried chicken chunks on top of warm, golden brown waffles. We’re counting this as a breakfast win.
Lastly, the Arroz a la Cubana meets the perfect pairing of flavourful ground beef and mixed veggies over steamed rice, capped with a sunny side up egg.
Dare to bite into Gelatofix Lifestyle Café’s new array of gastronomic dishes. To see what else is on their menu, visit them at the Ground Floor, BGC Corporate Center, 30th corner 11th Street,  Bonifacio Global City,  Taguig City.



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