Monday, July 6, 2015

My around the world food tour at Cafe Ilang-ilang of Manila Hotel

Have you ever encounter a buffet feast that would take you around the world because of its line of dishes? Well, I have been there and I found it through Café Ilang-ilang of Manila Hotel.


I thought that when my friend invited me to a buffet launch, it would be just like the other buffet lunches that we have;  just imagine how astonishment I am to find out that there were 12 stations that I can choose from to satisfy my palate.

Manila Hotel is known for its class and history and visiting Café Ilang-ilang proves that they worthy of the award that they received from Philippine Tatler in 2014 as one of the best restaurant of our country.

Café Ilang-ilang is spacious and is a renaissance of chic casual dining that gives its client a more reason to dine to their tummy’s delight.










The Desserts Station under the supervision of Chef Jerome, the new Executive Pastry Chef, is a feast of color and flavor with diners flocking to taste his signature macaroons---among his specialties. It is a sure favorite among the guests with distinguishing palate. Not to be missed are the station’s selection of sugar-free treats guaranteed to satiate the sweet tooth without busting the waistline.


Japanese buffet station and enjoy your favorite tempura hot off the fryer or the freshly-sliced sashimi.

























Cafe Ilang-ilang







  
Behind every delicious feast are its chef, let’s get know the Café Ilang-ilang Chefs of Manila Hotel


Executive Chef Konrad Walter

Originally from Schaffhausen, a city in the northern part of Switzerland, Swiss-born Executive Chef Konrad Walter was lured into the culinary world when his passion for this industry and for food was recognized when he went on apprenticeship as cook in Restaurant Casino Bern in 1967 to 1970.
In January 2000, he joined The Manila Hotel. Today, his culinary philosophy and passion reflect the growing trend towards a healthier and down-to-earth lifestyle. Chef Walter makes sure that his commitment to fresh ingredients brings passion, intensity and meticulous attention to detail in a seemingly simple yet daring approach to the hotel’s restaurants. While incorporating classics with local influences, Chef Walter’s cooking provides the perfect complement to The Manila Hotel’s “memorable” dining approach. 

For inquiries and reservations, please call Café Ilang-Ilang at 527 00 11 local 1317 or 1318. For updates and promos, visit www.Facebook.com/ManilaHotel or via Twitter at @ManilaHotel. 
Positioned as the true heart of the Philippines, The Manila Hotel is the country’s premier five-star and flagship hotel. It is located at One Rizal Park, Manila. For more information, call 527 0011 or visit www.manila-hotel.com.ph; follow us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/TheManilaHotel and on Twitter @ManilaHotel and Instagram @manila_hotel.


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