Local fast food chain Tropical hut burger appealed for the patience of its customers by announcing that it was experiencing item shortages following its renewed popularity.
On Monday afternoon, the decades-old food chain thanked Filipinos for their “overwhelming support”, but added that some of their items were now “out of stock”.
“Some items are now out of stock but we will serve your order as soon as our stocks are replenished. Please be patient with us,” he announced on social media.
Tropical Hut has not yet responded to Interaksyon’s request for comment on the shortage of supplies.
Last week, he expressed his gratitude to the public for patronizing after recently going viral because of a client’s tweet.
Independence Day Market Watch Analyst Jean-Paul Tanyag shared her dining experience at one of her branches and hoped the fast food chain would continue to operate.
His tweets have prompted several Filipinos to visit his nearest branches and satisfy their cravings for meals such as burgers and clubhouse sandwiches.
It has also led to some becoming new patrons of the fast food chain.
On June 17, Tanyag called on the Pinoys to be “extra” patient with their online orders following the influx of customers.
The fast food chain started offering burgers in 1965, before Jollibee and McDonald’s Philippines.
Customers can enjoy its food products on the spot, to take away or Take away delivery.
Some of its offerings include Rancho Ranchero and “sili” burgers, Pinoy spaghetti, fried beef, clubhouse sandwiches, palabok, and spring chicken entrees, among others.