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Friday, July 1, 2011

Bayview Park Hotel Manila: Kulinarya Buffet Festival 1st week of July

Nilagpang na Dahon ng Kamote: A familiar fresh salad/appetizer to Visayans like us but like it with siling labuyo for a bit of bite.

Bulalo: Best when piping hot to warm the tummy for a feast but the marrows are too good to resist plus the mix of fresh veggies entices one to refill their bowl.

Lechon Kawali: Deliciously crunchy golden brown skin and sinful meat, preferred dipped in toyomansi with siling labuyo.

Ginataan Curacha: Hands down this is a must-try..THE favorite indeed this week!

Pinakbet Tagalog: For veggies lovers, Bayview Kulinarya Festival offers the Tagalog version.

Miki Guisado: But of course, what's a Filipino feast without any Pancit fare/version.

Piyaya at Pinasugbo: The Piyaya we often identify as very Pangasinan, while the Pinasugbo from Cebu; both familiar because as kids we get them as pasalubongs.

Various well-loved Kakanins: Maja Blanca, Bibingka, etc. are also served because they are some of the dessert staples at any Filipino feast.

July's here so went back to Bayview Park Hotel Manila where they offer the best Filipino-style buffet dubbed as “Kulinarya.”

For the first week of July they are offering picks from all regions, LuzViMin (Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao) meticulously prepared by Chef Gilbert Soriano.

The whole month of July, the Bayview Park Hotel Manila offers the best buffet lunch from all regions especially Bicol, Batangas, Pampanga, Ilocos, Ilo-Ilo and Cebu. This is in line with the Department of Tourism’s program to better promote our country. Other hotels and restaurants have been tapped to follow suit coinciding with art/culture programs headed by the CCP (Cultural Center of the Philippines) and museum tours in the country.

For more information/reservations:
Bayview Park Hotel Manila
1118 Roxas Boulevard corner United Nations Avenue, Manila
Phone: 247-9000 or 526-1555
Fax: 522-3040

1 comment:

  1. is the ginataang curacha crabs? i love ginataang alimango! :)