Photo of the Day Comforting grains By Karen Yue / Posted on 23 March, 2021 16:38 Philippine Airlines (PAL) has found a different way to consumers’ heart – and it is through a piping hot bowl of comforting rice porridge delivered from its new online food shop, Fly PAL Cafe. Since opening on Instagram on March 16 to offer Mabuhay Lounge’s much loved arroz caldo kit for 690 pesos (US$14), Fly PAL Cafe has fielded hundreds of orders and enquires. Each set feeds two to three people, and comes with signature toppings like salted egg, garlic and calamansi, as well as two pairs of locally-sourced and reusable wooden spoons and bowls. Revenue from Fly PAL Cafe comes in handy at a time when the Philippine flag carrier continues to see disrupted service throughout the pandemic. Today, multiple PAL international flights to and from Manila are cancelled as the government imposes a daily cap of 1,500 arriving passengers at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport. The limits will remain until April 19.