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Fine dining with your Valentine

Want to spoil your date on heart’s day? Bring them to a fine dining restaurant where you can share a lovely time together over decadent meals. 

Savor an exquisitely elegant seven-course sit-down dinner featuring the delectable creations of award-winning chefs from Marriott Hotel Manila’s Cru and Man Ho restaurants, and from RWM’s fine dining restaurants Impressions, Passion, and Ginzadon on Feb. 13 and 14

From today until the 14th, guests can order fresh flower bouquets, long-stemmed roses, and Love and Kisses Cakes to go with Café Maxims’ special Valentine’s meal. 

Love at Steak features sirloin steak slices prepared to your liking and served with grilled vegetables and cheesy baked fettuccine, and is available from today until Feb. 18.

Ginzadon’s Grillin’ and Lovin’ set

Give your date a taste of Paris with Impressions’ Date Night set menu on Feb. 14. The four-course dinner menu features the best of French cuisine, artfully plated and perfectly prepared to light up the senses.

Couples who have a special appreciation for puns and great value meals will love Silogue’s Pares with Love. The classic Filipino beef dish can be paired with either rice or served in a miki noodle soup, or served as a combo for a hearty meal for two.

Love and Kisses cake

Ginzadon, RWM’s Korean and Japanese restaurant presents diners with its Grillin’ and Lovin’ sets which are generous enough for two, and comes with your choice of Grilled Salmon Teriyaki Fillet, or Grilled Wagyu Beef with King Prawns. 

Finally, The Terrace at the poolside of the all-suite Maxims Hotel takes it up a notch for Valentine’s evening with a gourmet set dinner, a sommelier’s selection of wine pairings, floral arrangements, and languorous lighting by the poolside for an unforgettable date. 

Call (02) 908-8833 for inquiries and reservations. 

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