Hole Yeah: L.A.'s Famous Randy's Donuts Is Now Open in Uptown Parade
And they've got a wide range of flavors!
(SPOT.ph) If you've seen films like Logorama and Iron Man 2, you might have noticed a giant doughnut sign—and if you aren't in the know, that doughnut sign belongs to the famous Randy's Donuts. An icon in Los Angeles, Randy's Donuts fries up huge doughnuts in an assortment of flavors—and after teasing us with news about coming to Manila just last February, they've officially on soft opening in Uptown Parade, Taguig!
Get a hole lot excited as Randy's Donuts is opening in BGC:
Randy's Donut's Philippine leg was brought to our shores by The Bistro Group, the same brains that brought us TGI Fridays, Hard Rock Cafe, and Watami. And yup, there's a hole lot to indulge in here. You can go for classic flavors (P95/piece) like the Glazed Raised, Devil's Food Cake, or Powdered Sugar Cake; or deluxe flavors (P95/piece) like the Pink Raised with Sprinkles, Glazed buttermilk, or Blueberry Cake Icing. These classic and deluxe flavors can also be had in boxes of six (P550) and 12 (P1,045).
Into more fun flavors? Randy's also has a line of "fancy donuts" (P110/piece) that include the Apple Fritter, Strawberry Jelly Filled, and Cinnamon Roll; premium donuts (P110/piece) like the Matcha Tea Raised, Funfetti Cake with Ganache, and Red Velvet Cake with Ganache. These can similarly be had in boxes of six (P640) and 12 (P1,225).
Into a savory bite? They've got doughnut sandwiches (P245) with fillings like Chicken Caesar and Smoked Salmon to keep you filled. You can also opt to pick up a giant glazed doughnut cake for your celebrations—just note that this is for preorder only!
Randy's Donuts is at G/F Uptown Parade, Taguig City. For more information, check out Randy's Donuts Philippines' Facebook page.
UPDATE (May 11, 11:27 a.m.): Randy's Donuts has reached out to clarify that they are located at Uptown Parade, not Uptown Mall. The article has been edited to reflect that development.
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