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It’s a date! With your significant other (or yourself)

Good food fills the stomach and the heart, reason why we always take our loved ones to a special meal to show how much we care for them.

Café 1228

It’s a date! With your significant other (or yourself)
Pink and red desserts at the buffet.
Couples can have both their hearts’ and tummies’ fill with an extensive buffet selection concluded with a decadent array of pink and red hued desserts for lunch and dinner on Feb. 14. The restaurant’s famous US angus prime rib, whole salmon in salt crust, and herb and garlic roasted leg of lamb, are paired with the freshest oysters, lobsters, prawns, scallops, as well as curated charcuterie and cheeses, pasta prepared a la minute, Japanese sushi and sashimi, and more. The Valentine’s weekend buffet is at P2,888 nett per person for lunch and dinner. An optional upgrade for free-flowing wine is at P599 nett per person.

Call (02) 8811-6888

Corniche and Lobby Lounge

Diamond Hotel’s in-house restaurant Corniche serves special lunch and dinner buffet on Feb. 13-16. Meal on the 14th and 15th comes with a complimentary glass of champagne and live instrumental music to spark the mood.

It’s a date! With your significant other (or yourself)
Lobby Lounge serves a lavish four-course set menu.
A lavish four-course set menu and vibrant Valentine-themed pastries at Lobby Lounge are bound to get lovebirds cozying up together on Feb. 14-15, with a saxophonist to perform during dinner for a lovely, final touch.

Call (02) 8528-3000

Crystal Dragon

It’s a date! With your significant other (or yourself)
The restaurant’s five-course Cantonese meal.
For a lovely lunch or dinner affair, Crystal Dragon lays out a five-course Valentine’s Set Menu (P3,880++ per person), which captures the best of Cantonese cuisine and other regional Chinese specialties. The menu, available today until Feb. 16, consists of Black Pepper Duck Meat Swan Dumpling and Deep-fried Prawn Swan Dumpling; Braised Sea Treasures and Scallop Dumpling and Black Truffle in Lobster Bisque; Braised Pork Ribs with Red Wine Vinegar and Wolfberry Reduction; Wok-fried Egg Noodles with Seafood, Sliced Abalone and Vegetable Sauce; and Double-boiled Warm Manuka Honey Ginger Tea, Chestnut, and Sesame Dumpling.

Call (02) 8800-8080

Marriott Café

It’s a date! With your significant other (or yourself)
A variety of chocolates at the buffet spread.
Chocolate lovers are in for a delightful treat at Marriott Café. For its Choco Love Affair, the restaurant serves a table filled with handcrafted chocolates, sweets, and colorful treats as part of the buffet spread. Buffet is priced P3,300 nett on Feb. 13 (lunch) and Feb. 14 (lunch and dinner).

Call (02) 8988-9999

Nobu Manila

It’s a date! With your significant other (or yourself)
A seasonal selection of Nobu Sushi.
For the date who likes Japanese-Peruvian flavors, Nobu serves a five-course Valentine’s Omakase (P10,000 nett for two) that comes with a complimentary welcome sake cocktail. Exclusively available on Feb. 14, the Omakase begins with Nobu Sashimi Trio followed by a seasonal selection of Nobu Sushi. The meal continues with Whole Blue Crab with shiitake, negi, masago, and scallop chawanmushi; and Sous vide Australian Tenderloin. A plate of Fraisier Crème Mousseline Parfait with Champagne Jelly and Strawberries completes the Omakase.

Richmonde Café

It’s a date! With your significant other (or yourself)
Italian-inspired dishes served for Cena Romantica.
Love arrives from Italy to Ortigas as Richmonde Café serves an intimate Cena Romantica on Feb. 14. Richmonde Hotel Ortigas’ in-house restaurant serves an Italian-inspired feast complete with an appetizer buffet, a salad bar, soup, entrée choice of either rib eye steak or salmon fillet, and a luscious array of cakes, pastries, and fresh fruits. The Valentine’s dinner is priced at P1,498 nett per person, inclusive of a glass of wine.

Topics: Valentine’s Day , date , Café 1228 , Corniche and Lobby Lounge , Crystal Dragon
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