7 Potluck Dishes You Can Buy For Your Christmas Party Celebration

With the holiday season in full swing, here are some delectable and mouthwatering dishes you could bring in those upcoming potluck parties.

Christmas is one of the most festive times of the year where friends and family gather for a heartwarming celebration. And no celebration is complete without food.

Those who probably want to save or are enthusiastic about being in the kitchen, might want to cook and prepare their own meals to bring to parties. But if cooking is too much of a chore, we’ve got you covered with some of the most delicious dishes you could take to your next celebration.

7. Conti’s Bakeshop & Restaurant

You can definitely turn some heads in your next potluck celebration by bringing a cake from Conti’s. Their famous Mango Bravo is irresistible and a welcome delight to any gathering. But they also have party trays that could jazz up any Christmas dinner table which include the Noche Buena favorite, Baked Salmon. Just be sure to place your orders a day ahead of pick-up.

For more information and a full list of branches including their contact numbers, visit their official website here.

6. Manam

Mostly famous for their unique take on traditional Filipino comfort food, Manam serves party packs great for any get-together. You can order their immensely popular House Crispy Sisig to bring to your next Christmas party. In addition, they have potluck versions of their famous pancit dishes like the Crispy Pancit Palabok. These dishes will turn your little gatherings to fiestas.

You can find Manam at the Ground Floor of the Net Park Building, 4th Avenue corner 27th Street, Fort Bonifacio, Taguig. For more information and other branches, visit their official website here

5. Mila’s Lechon

No Christmas feast is complete without the biggest guilty pleasure of all – lechon. There are a lot of places that offer and serve the beloved roasted pork dish but with Mila’s, it’s all about the tasty skin. Arguably the best part of lechon, the place roasts them to perfection where the skin is both crunchy and tender.

You can find Mila’s Lechon at 69 Calavite Street, Paang Bundok, Quezon City. For more information, visit their official website here

4. Sushi Nori

Finger foods could be the life of the party sometimes – easy and quick to eat. Sushi is the perfect finger food or appetizer for your feast. They offer more than a dozen different flavors of hand-rolled sushi and temaki in ready to eat party trays. It will surely put a smile to those who love Japanese food.

You can find Sushi Nori at the 4th floor, Food on Four, SM Aura, 26th Street corner Mckinley Parkway, Fort Bonifacio, Taguig. For more information, visit their Facebook here

3. Amber

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A staple in delivery and potluck meals, Amber’s sumptuous Original Pancit Malabon and cheesy Pichi-Pichi is a no-brainer in celebrations. People love them and it’s just fair to give everyone something they want and have come to expect in parties.

You can find one Amber’s branches at 1324 Filmore corner Emilia Street, Brgy. Palanan, Makati City. For more information, visit their official website here

2. Torch

Serving a wide variety of fusion cuisine comfort food, Torch is sure to satisfy everyone in the party with an appetite. They have a decent selection of party tray dishes which includes seafood, poultry, ribs, salads, and sushi. Best of all, they offer their 12 Hour USDA Beef Shortplate for a party serving good for 15-20 people – something each get-together must have.

Find them in one of their branches at Connecticut Street, Greenhills, San Juan City. For more information on their food and other branches, visit their Facebook here

1. P.H.A.T. Pho

Spice the holidays up with a taste of Vietnam as P.H.A.T. Pho serves some of their awesome dishes in potluck party trays. They serve their crispy chicken wings called Fish Sauce Chicken Wings in large portions, on top of other favorites from their menu. This will entice your friends and family with dishes that are not as commonly brought in potlucks.

You can find one P.H.A.T. Pho’s branches at the Ground Floor of Serendra 2, Taguig City. For more information on their food and other branches, visit their official Facebook here

Have an upcoming potluck party? Tell us what you brought by sharing this article on social media.

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