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NEW RESTO ALERT: Liang Crispy Roll

If you're a fan of those scallion pancakes one often finds in night markets in China, Malaysia, Singapore or Taiwan, then you're in for a treat because the world famous Liang Crispy Roll is set to open on July 17, 2021 at the 4L of SM Aura Premier.

5 Cheese Melt (L) and Angus Beef Steak (R) 

The Fredley Group of Companies is the force behind bringing Liang Crispy Roll here in the Philippines. Liang Crispy Roll is a popular snack chain in China with over 12,800 stores worldwide. And if you're a fan of Jay Chou, then you'll definitely love this Liang Crispy Roll. 

What makes Liang Crispy Roll different from its competitors is its crispy and savory batter that has a unique texture that is fluffy, flaky, and crispy all-in-one. And that's only the pancake itself, wait till you taste the savory fillings with choices ranging from Angus Beef Steak, Pork BBQ, 5 Cheese Melt, Grilled Chicken, Chunky Tuna, and Veggie Delite.

L to R: Veggie Delite, Pork BBQ, Grilled Chicken, Chunky Tuna 






Liang Crispy Roll
4L SM Aura Premier
Taguig City

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