Too busy to prepare for Noche Buena? No problem! Have it delivered

Too busy to prepare for Noche Buena? No problem! Have it delivered

It’s the holidays! And of course, getting together with our families and loved ones is what make the spirit of Christmas always shine.

And Christmas get together always comes with sumptuous food on the table. Every Filipino family, rich or poor cannot let go of this tradition that there should be something prepared on the table.

We always look forward for that Noche Buena Feast but we’re dreading to know the preparation process that we will go through. So others who’s not into ‘DIY prepations’ would easily drive their car and go to near restaurants and posh hotels offering a very delicious dinner, hassle-free.

But in our times nowadays, where safety of the family is our main concern, there’s still no better idea than staying in the comfort of our own dining area, and enjoying our Noche Buena at our own time and space.

The next best option to enjoy your Noche Buena hassle-free, have it delivered right in front of your doorsteps!

Here are some tips you want to know if you want your food delivered to you hot and fresh on Christmas Eve.

1. Do some research

Before diving into one store offering some delicious and budget friendly meal, don’t dive into it right away. Gather some more options. Maybe another store is offering the same food with more add-ins and in a more lower price. Do some listings of the stores offering items you want in your Noche feast.


2. Ask your family what they want to eat on Christmas Eve

Of course, you don’t want to spend a big sum of money on food your family won’t eat. Each member of the family have different taste buds, since it’s Christmas, give in to their wishes! Again, make a list of your family’s favorite food.


3. Book in advance

If you’re planning to have your food delivered, book it now, not in the 24th. It will give ample time to the restaurant to prepare the meal and for you to have a slot for reservation.

4. Mix and match

If you’re food is not available in just one store, don’t worry, order in another store.

But what if the said store offering your favorite menu has no delivery service?

Here’s a catch! Search for some delivery service in your area like Errands PH, the Flash Davao, Hey Kuya, Kanguru, Foodpanda and other “We deliver anything” service provider and they can jump from one store to another picking up your goods! Hassle-free right? Just prepare some tip for Kuya delivery.



Here are some food finds we wanted to share to you, for a hot and fresh Noche Buena delivered to you on the the 24th of December.

1. KFC’s Colonel Christmas Feast

Get the family together with the new KFC Colonel’s Christmas Feast! 8 pieces original recipe or hot & crispy chicken, 2 spaghetti, 4 drinks, 4 rice and a creamy choco mousse cake to top it all off! Ready for a feast? Sugod mga kapatid!

The meal options are as follows;
6 pcs fried chicken + 2 spaghetti + 4 cups rice + choco mousse cake + 4 drinks = Php655
8 pcs fried chicken + 2 spaghetti + 4 cups rice + choco mousse cake + 4 drinks = Php780
Call 887-8888 to order
To order online –

2. Party Toques

No need to busy yourself with food preparations as part of your Christmas checklist anymore as they will gladly take care of that for you! Party Toques is a creation of Chef Rob Lau, Chef Mike Toledo, and company, a brand we’ve known that delivers hotel-quality food. And now, they caters trays perfect for Noche Buena.

5-D Mercedes Ave. Barangay San Miguel, Pasig (Beside BPI-Mercedes)

09178719191 or 02-6162323



3. CHOWKING Family Lauriat

Group consists of 6 pcs of chinese style fried chicken + pancit canton + chopsuey + 3 rice + 3 softdrinks = Php515.  I guess this is only good for Php 3 persons.
To order call 98888
To order online –
fast food noche buena chowking
5. LECHON Delivery
Of course Pinoy Noche Buena will not be complete without the star of the show, the lechon, and Lydia’s Lechon always on the lead if we’re talking about the hot roast suckling pig.
You can order online:

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