Don’t Miss Savour, Hellmann’s Virtual Pop-up Restaurant, this Weekend Only
Hellmann’s Canada has teamed up with celebrity chef and influencer Wallace Wong to launch Savour, a virtual pop-up restaurant in Toronto, available for delivery exclusively via SkipTheDishes this weekend only. Savour will begin accepting orders on December 2nd and will be available while quantities last.
The exclusive menu curated by Wallace Wong will feature some of Canada’s most frequently wasted foods and will showcase the versatility of Hellmann’s Spicy Mayo. Savour will breathe life into leftovers instead of letting them go to waste.
“At Hellmann’s, we believe that tasty food is too good to waste. Savour is an extension of our mission to help Canadians be more resourceful with their food, so that they can enjoy it and waste less. With Savour, we hope to inspire Canadians to transform their meals at home, without compromising on great taste,” notes Kristen Denega, Canada Hellmann’s Market Lead, Unilever.
“When Hellmann’s approached me to create a tasty menu for Savour, I was thrilled to get on board. Hellmann’s has some serious taste credentials and I love the kick their latest spicy mayo adds to any food in your fridge. As a chef and content creator, I am always thinking up ways to get creative in the kitchen and inspire those food enthusiasts at home. I know my audience is often seeking ways to transform their meals without compromising on great taste, which is why I love how versatile Hellmann’s Spicy Mayo is in achieving that, as an invaluable ingredient for at-home cooking.” Said Chef Wallace Wong.
This exclusive limited-time menu includes:
- Spicy Mayo Chicken Sandwich ($9.99)
- Spicy Mushroom Poke Bowl ($11.99)
- Spicy Tuna Cake Lettuce Wraps ($12.99)
- Spicy Tornado Jumbo Wings (11.99)
- Tangy Heat Sweet Potato Fries W/Spicy Herbed Garlic Spicy Mayo ($4.99)
To place an order with Savour, order today through SkipTheDishes HERE. You also have the option of picking up your order from the Ghost Kitchen located at #4, 500 Oriole Parkway in Toronto.