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Buffet-hopping

FOOD TRIP. In celebration of its 10th anniversary, Resorts World Manila has put together the Grand Food Trip package that brings diners to buffet stations throughout its hotels and signature restaurants. 
How does a food crawl at 10 buffet stations sound like? Seems impossible, but an integrated resort makes it possible, showing the way to an (almost) endless buffet.

In celebration of its 10th anniversary, Resorts World Manila has put together a selection of 10 buffet and unlimited serving vouchers that can satisfy even the largest appetites. 

Enjoy unlimited serving of seafood. 
The RWM Grand Food Trip takes guests on a journey across an array of buffet stations and hearty feasts throughout its hotels and signature restaurants. 

Enjoy bountiful lunch or dinner buffets at Kusina by Hilton Manila, S Kitchen at Sheraton Hotel Manila, Marriott Café at Marriott Hotel Manila, Savoy Café at Savoy Hotel Manila, Café Belmont at Belmont Hotel Manila, The Terrace at Maxims Hotel, and Silogue at the RWM Garden Wing Gaming Area. 

Eat-all-you-can at Kusina at Hilton Manila
Diners can also savor unlimited servings of the top 10 bestsellers of Victoria Harbour Café and Silk Road, both at the RWM Grand Wing Gaming Area.

This Grand Food Trip package is priced at P10,000. 

S Kitchen at Sheraton Manila serves an array of local and foreign cuisines. 
Contact Jillian Valenzuela at 0917-8788576 or Jake Rodica at 0917-8728766 for inquiries or more information.

Topics: RWM Grand Food Trip , Resorts World Manila , Kusina by Hilton Manila , S Kitchen at Sheraton Hotel Manila , Marriott Café at Marriott Hotel Manila , Savoy Café at Savoy Hotel Manila , Café Belmont at Belmont Hotel Manila , The Terrace at Maxims Hotel , Silogue

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