Newest hangouts open at LGC Complex

CITY OF SAN FERNANDO— The Metro Central Luzon Food, Inc. (MCLFI), under the umbrella of The LausGroup of Companies, on Tuesday opened three new hangouts for the public inside the LGC Complex in this city.

In partnership with the Max’s Group Inc., the MCLFI formally opened the Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf, Pancake House and Dencio’s Restaurant to cater the growing public in the city.

MCLFI President Ma. Theresa Laus said the newly-opened outlets prove that the company aims to further serve kabalens.

From (L-R) Board Member Jun Canlas, LGC Chairman Levy Laus, wife Tess Laus, Board Member Rosve Henson, Pancake House COO Gretz Rivera, Franchise Development Manager Kerwin Esteban.

The restaurants, she said, are for the people of Pampanga and Central Luzon, and is their way of contributing to the development of the community.

“We’re very confident that our kababayans will support these new establishments, as this place was built with them in mind. We put a lot of resources to make this place as beautiful as possible because we believe that Kapampangans deserve a one of a kind go-to destination that offers high-quality food at a reasonable price,” she added.

Pancake House COO Gretz Rivera, meanwhile, expressed optimism that the two dining ventures will thrive in the area, and expressed gratitude to the whole LausGroup team headed by businessman Levy and wife Tess Laus.

The new dining outlets are poised to complement the soon-to-open Microtel inside the complex, as well as the LausGroup Event Centre. –Photos by JP Manalang

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