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Little Flour, Wildflour’s sister restaurant recently got a heartfelt rebranding. In a statement posted on the official website of Wildflour and its social media platforms, sister owners Ana Lorenzana de Ocampo and Chef Margarita Manzke shared the decision of renaming Little Flour to George and Onnie, in honor of their parents. The gesture, they explained, is also a symbolic tribute to the families and loved ones who had introduced them the Filipino food for the very first time.

Aside from continuing to offer Little Flour favorites, George and Onnie will also serve food inspired by the dishes made by their parents. Expect classic Filipino dishes like adobo and sinigang but made with Wildflour’s signature take weaved with treasured family traditions. 

The all-day dining menu will include modern and traditional breakfasts choices, appetizers, pasta and noodles, Filipino rice bowls and more. Also included are Filipino favorites like Bicol Express (Php 550), Kurobuta Sinigang (Php 790), and Sarsiadong Isda (Php 550). They also offer and extensive selection of beverages as well as desserts. George and Onnie’s is also a good place for company meetings, a nice lunch out with your friends, or a brunch with your loved ones.

You can dine in George and Onnie’s Filipino Restaurant located at World Plaza BGC, Valero Street in Salcedo Village, Makati, and at the Mega Fashion Hall at SM Megamall. You may also order via the Wildflour To-Go, GrabFood, Foodpanda, and Pick-a-Roo. To know more about them check their website (https://wildflour.com.ph/george-and-onnies/), IG account (https://www.instagram.com/georgeandonnies/), and Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/littleflourafilipinocafe).

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