7-Eleven and Vikings Are Out to Take Care of Your Cheesy Siopao Cravings

Meet the Tuna Cheese Melt Siopao.

(SPOT.ph) It's around this time of the year—we're talking about Lent, of course—that Catholics abstain from consuming meat. If you find yourself hankering for good ol' siopao, there's a seafood variant lets you can have your steamed bun and eat it, too. Yup, 7-Eleven and Vikings have joined forces with the Tuna Cheese Melt Siopao, which you can conveniently get at 7-Eleven!

Cheesy Siopao

Cheesy Siopao
Check out that savory tuna-cheese filling!
PHOTO BY Facebook/Vikings Luxury Buffet, SM Mall of Asia
ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW

The Tuna Cheese Melt Siopao is a creamy, chunky treat that combines umami-rich tuna and cheese. In case the combo sounds familiar, tuna plus cheese are often combined in what are called tuna melt sandwiches—but this time, you get it as a filling inside slightly sweet, pillowy steamed buns! Each piece goes for P35.

7-Eleven is a convenience store chain that’s said to be the largest chain store in any category, opening around six stores somewhere in the world every day. They go back all the way to 1927, originally called The Southland Corporation of Dallas, Texas, and opened their first Philippine store in Quezon City in 1984.

CONTINUE READING BELOW
Recommended Videos

Vikings, on the other hand, is a buffet known for its large size and vast selection of food choices, at affordable rates. They opened their first branch at the Mall of Asia Complex in 2011.

7-Eleven has branches at 465 Quezon Boulevard, Quiapo, Manila City and BSA Tower, Legazpi Street, Legazpi Village, Makati City. See a list of 7-Eleven branches. For more information, check out 7-Eleven Philippines’ Facebook page. You can also check out Vikings Luxury Buffet, SM Mall of Asia's Facebook page.

ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW

Hot Stories You Might Have Missed

Hey, Spotters! Check us out on Viber to join our Community and subscribe to our Chatbot.

We are now on Quento! Download the app and enjoy more articles and videos from SPOT.ph and other Summit Media websites.

Share this story with your friends!

Help us make Spot.ph better!
Take the short survey

Read more stories about

Latest Stories

Load More Stories