New World Makati Hotel prepares an exciting feast to celebrate the holidays plus a chance to win a Hong Kong getaway.
Diners coming in a group of four to indulge in Café 1228’s famous lunch or dinner buffet spread or those who feast on Jasmine’s holiday set menu good for six persons will get a chance to win a two-night accommodation with Club access at New World Millennium Hong Kong Hotel and two roundtrip business class tickets from Philippine Airlines.
Throughout the month of December, Café 1228’s international buffet will be brimming with traditional Christmas favorites from around the world. Delight in classic European specialties like honey-glazed ham and prime rib at the carving stations, alongside Filipino favorites like whole native lechon, and a host of scrumptious and beautifully presented seasonal desserts.
Lunch is priced at P2,299 per person on weekdays and P2,599 on weekends. Dinner is at P2,699 per person. Toast to Christmas with free-flowing local beer, wine, and soft drinks for an additional P699 per person.
Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve dinner entitles diners to one round of sparkling wine and standard drinks for P2,999 per person. Christmas Day and New Year’s Day lunch are priced at P2,599 per person.
Have a hearty holiday at Jasmine and indulge in authentic Cantonese feast featuring executive Chinese chef Wong Kam On’s specialties. Choose from three festive set menus good for sharing, starting at P9,888 for six persons.
Or treat the whole family to a mouthwatering all-you-can-eat dim sum served Yum Cha style exquisitely handcrafted by Chef Wong Sing To for P1,388 net every lunch on weekends of December, and P1,688 every lunch on Dec. 22-25 and Dec. 30 to Jan 1.
Call (02) 811-6888 ext. 3387 for inquiries and reservations.
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