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Digby’s rings in Valentine’s with a buffet BBQ of love

Digby’s rings in Valentine’s with a buffet BBQ of love

Digby’s Grocer & Café is offering a unique way to celebrate Valentine’s this year by throwing a buffet barbeque for the occasion.

Amy Chiv, director of DNAK Square, says that Digby’s Grocer & Café is celebrating Valentine’s Day by providing a very reasonably priced, special-offer package for a buffet BBQ and drinks for family and friends. The day-of-romance offer will be available on February 14-16 from 6.30-9.00pm.

The BBQ grill of Digby
The BBQ grill of Digby’s. Photo Supplied

“The plan for our special offer is that Digby’s will prepare a traditional BBQ, with a variety of meats, including sausages, chicken wings, wraps and more,” says Chiv. “Everyone’s sure to have a good time around the charcoal fire in the outdoor garden on a balmy evening lit by a full moon.”

“The BBQ costs just $13.50 for each adult, and just $8 for five- to 11-year-olds, which includes a soda drink,” says Chiv. “This is half the price of a normal BBQ night.”

Children five and under are free, and all children get an ice-cream, which, as Chiv points out, is the way to any young one’s heart. As for the hearts of adults, Chiv promises a German-beer ( special at just $1.50 a bottle – a discount of more than 50 per cent).

“Couples are entitled to a glass of wine,” adds Chiv, who has her own take on Valentine’s Day.

“It’s not only about men and women and unmarried couples; it’s for everyone,” she says. “It’s about love, and that’s something everyone can share – friends and office workers, for example.”

She says: “Here at Digby’s, we promote family love, friendship and relationships of all kinds.”

But, she adds, of course, families come first.

“When it comes to the family, if the parents take their children somewhere special to eat, it means a lot to the children, and they will always remember it. It’s a good way to teach children about love in the family,” she says.

“At Digby’s, we guarantee that all our food is high-quality and fresh, and all our ingredients are supplied by famous organic farms such as Okhna Mong Rithy’s Farm, and Discovery Farm at Kirirom Park, both of which produce pesticide-free products.”

DNAK Square has become increasingly popular among expatriates and well-heeled locals in Phnom Penh. Business people and high ranking of government officials can often be seen rubbing shoulders in the complex, with its tasteful interior design and organic grocery supplies.

For your Valentine’s Day BBQ night at Digby’s, it is recommended to book in advance, due to limited seating. Please contact: 023 22 66 77, email: info@dnakcompany.com

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