You can score a 1.4 lb cheeseburger for only P88 tomorrow
8 Cuts is marking its sixth year, and we are in for a treat
Sep 11, 2018
Your quarter-pounder cheeseburger cravings can be satisfied this Wednesday, and you don’t even have to go over your budget. For its sixth year anniversary, burger joint 8 Cuts Burger Blends is offering an P88 menu for dine-in customers.
Countdown to our sixth birthday bash starts now ☝Just a few more hours to go before you can catch that P88 menu. See ya bright and early! 🎈🎈🎈 #8CutsTurnsSix
Posted by 8Cuts Burgers on Monday, September 10, 2018
In a span of six years, 8 Cuts was able to emerge as a staple favorite in the local food scene. Its gourmet burgers immediately became a crowd-favorite, with most people tediously waiting in the line of its branches during weekend nights. It has a menu that tends to be updated from time-to-time to has cater to the changing tastes of its young market. A brand under the Moment Group of Restaurants, 8 Cuts is also one of the food joints that have completely banned the use of plastic.
Four all-time bestsellers will be featured in the P88 birthday menu. This includes the quarter-pounder House Cheese Burger and half-dozen of Them Buffalo Wings and Garlic Parmesan Wings.
Your favorite quarter-pounder from 2012 is also coming back, but for one day only. The Bleu Burger is an onion-grilled steak-cut blend sirloin topped with blue cheese sauce, blue cheese crumble, caramelized onions, fried leeks, and lollo rosso lettuce.
An 8 Cuts birthday teddy bear is also up for grabs for P299.
🤗How about some bear hugs to celebrate our birthday? On September 12, you can take this baby Burger Bear home with you for just P299! 🐻 #8CutsTurnsSix
Photos courtesy of 8 Cuts Burger Blends Facebook page
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