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Feasts for different kinds of cravings

The chefs at Diamond Hotel are doing a magic in the kitchen for a well-curated holiday feast from buffets, set meals, to extraordinary culinary selections in the hotel’s restaurant.

Feasts for different kinds of cravings
Mont Blanc, Baked Cheesecake, Mango Hazelnut Cake and The Tree at the Lobby Lounge
Savor a smorgasbord of appetizers, meats, seafood, pasta, salads and desserts set in a divine spread of deliciousness at the Corniche buffet restaurant. Lunch buffets are available for P2,980 nett person with a side of entertainment by a pianist on Dec. 24, and a trio instrumentalist and a magician on Dec. 25. Further, Christmas Eve is made more exciting with a dinner buffet at P3,380 nett per person with entertainment by a trio instrumentalist and a magician. 

Those craving Japanese cuisine can have a merry and bright Christmas at the Yurakuen Japanese Restaurant. On Dec. 24 and 25, diners can have an incredible get-together with family or friends with a Japanese lunch or dinner set menu at P7,980 nett for four persons and P10,880 nett for six persons. 

Feasts for different kinds of cravings
Cheese Board and Wine at Bar 27
At the Lobby Lounge, have an unforgettable celebration in a relaxed setting and enjoy a delightful respite in between Christmas shopping. Have a hearty fill of a satisfying lunch or dinner set menu for P1,680 nett per person on Dec. 24 and 25. 

Finally the Bar 27, located up high at the hotel’s 27th floor, is the ideal place to chill with a cold bottle of beer or a refreshing cocktail while gazing at the fantastic view of the glimmering city. Party in style on Christmas Eve and on Christmas Day with its consumable holiday treat for only P1,100 nett per person. Enjoy a night full of singing and dancing with the bar’s special live entertainment during the season.

Feasts for different kinds of cravings
Assorted Sushi, Grilled Salmon and Hotate Teppan-Style at Yurakuen
Call (02) 528-3000 ext. 1121 for inquiries and reservations. 

Topics: Diamond Hotel , Christmas Eve , Yurakuen Japanese Restaurant , Lobby Lounge
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