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Ode to the man of the house

Sofitel Philippine Plaza Manila honors the man of the house in a culinary special brought to you by featured artisan showcasing their father’s favorite dishes.

For the weekend brunch from June 15 to 17, Japanese Master Chef Masaaki Ishigawa will be showcasing his dad’s beer-flavored chicken karaage, marinated in salt, pepper, rice wine and soy sauce best paired with a tall glass of ice-cold beer. Thai master artisan Chef Dennis Macaranas will create a flavorful interpretation of Bangkok-style beef tenderloin – bistek being his father's favorite dish.

Sushi and sashimi canape with cucumber and avocado
Spiral’s Indian Master Chef Halim Ali Khan will showcase his Sikandari Raan or roast lamb with flavorful spices and Biryani rice. Chef Halim’s father, who is also a culinary artisan, taught him how to prepare the slow-cooked lamb leg marinated overnight in 10 to 12 Indian spices.

Chinese Chef Michael Tai will prepare his Dragon Ball Lettuce – a dish perfect for children as it features flavorful seafood balls wrapped in lettuce – while French Master Chef Julien Cossé honors his dad with the Steak á Cheval

Sinuglaw
Korean Chef Lorvic Gesite will be showcasing the colorful Bossam, a Korean pork dish and an ideal companion to Soju, while Filipino Master Chef Bryan Ortigosa will be presenting Sinuglaw – a version of ceviche which combines sinugba (grilled meat) and kinilaw (raw meat).

Celebrating dads will receive a special gift from Uniqlo while the best-dressed fathers will receive a special prize from Peter Thomas Roth, Jack Nicklaus, Champion and Savile Row on Father’s Day Brunch on June 17. One of Spiral’s dining fathers may also get a chance to win an American Tourister luggage and vouchers for a weekend drive with the MINI One or MINI Countryman.

Strawberry Forest Cake
Spiral’s Father’s Day Specials are available at the following rates:

June 15 – lunch at P2,750 per person and dinner at P3,550 per person;

June 16 – lunch at P3,450 per person and dinner at P3,550 per person; and

June 17 – lunch at P4,655 per person and dinner at P3,550 per person

Dads may also enjoy a wide selection of grilled specialties and free-flowing beer, wine and cocktails with live musical entertainment at Sunset Bar. Brews and Barbecue is available from June 15 to 16 at P2,540 per person.

Topics: Sofitel Philippine Plaza Manila , Japanese Master Chef Masaaki Ishigawa , Indian Master Chef Halim Ali Khan , Father’s Day Specials
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