Easter Sunday feast delivered

The Greater Manila Area being ordered to stay at home this week to curb the spread of COVID-19 means Easter feasts will be shared with our family. 

As with many things being spent at home recently, hotels around the “bubble” are bringing their sumptuous dishes to every household via same-day delivery. 

Gourmet on the move

Mandaluyong-based Edsa Shangri-La Hotel offers “Gourmet On the Move” Easter specials featuring delectable dishes from HEAT, Summer Palace, Senju, and The Bakeshop starting at P2,500 net, available today until 4 April. 

HEAT’s Gourmet On the Move takeaway menu features traditional Filipino specialties with a twist.
HEAT’s offering features traditional Filipino Easter set with a twist. The P4,500 net set for five includes arroz a la valenciana, pancit sotanghon guisado, kalderetang baka, lechon belly stuffed with laing, banana heart with coconut cream, Brazo de Mercedes, and bibingka cheesecake, with condiments and steamed rice. 

Senju, meanwhile, has Japanese sets for two (P5,000 net) and for five (P10,000 net). Summer Palace offers a special four-course Cantonese Easter feast priced at P2,588 net (minimum of two sets is required for delivery). 

The Bakeshop’s selection of luxurious Easter hampers with delectable Easter chocolates and goodies start at P2,500 net. 

Call (02) 8633-8888 or email [email protected] 

E-Store Easter

Conrad Manila celebrates Easter Sunday with its very own Signature Takeaway Feasts and Easter Goodies available at its e-Store for takeaway and delivery.

Brasserie on 3’s Easter Family Roast Takeaway Menu is good for family of four to six.
Brasserie on 3’s Easter Family Roast Takeaway Menu consists of Ginataang Tilapia in Coconut Milk, 48 Hrs. U.S. Choice Beef Short Rib, and Whole Crispy Roasted Suckling Pig filled with aromatic rice, garlic, and lemongrass; all served with roasted carrots, beets, cherry tomatoes, pumpkin, steamed rice, and buttered beans and bacon. Price starts at P5,150 nett and serves a family of four to six. 

China Blue by Jereme Leung’s executive Chinese chef Eng Yew Khor works the wok with delectable sets whose price starts at P2,200 nett. 

The hotel’s Bru Coffee Bar presents a playful selection of Easter bunnies, Easter eggs, and more made of premium chocolates, all available to order online for takeaway or delivery. Kids and kids-at-heart also get to enjoy a special Easter Painting Kit Set, priced at P950 nett, which includes bunny and egg molds, paint and brushes. 

CUTE CHICK. Adorable Easter goodies made with premium chocolates available at Bru Coffee Bar.
Go to, call (02) 8833-9999 or email [email protected] to order. 

Delicious dishes ‘delishvered’ 

Resorts World Manila joins the call for staying safe at home as it takes care of the food available via its delivery service. 

RWM’s signature restaurants are offering a variety of seafood and vegetable dishes this Lenten season. Silk Road offers Salmon Tandoori (P665) and Wok-Fried Garden Greens (200). Happy 9’s vegetable dishes include Wok-Fried Round Cabbage with Dried Shrimp (P448) and Stir-Fried Seasonal Vegetables (P418). Garden Wing Café’s Seared Salmon Fillet (P700) is also a lent-friendly must-try. 

Have the aforementioned dishes delivered via RWM’s signature food-delivery service, Delishvery. Call (02) 7908-8885 or text 0917-878-8856 to order. 

Garden Wing Café, meanwhile, offers a festive limited edition Easter Cake. A whole serving of this decadent carrot cake with cream cheese frosting is priced at P1,500 nett, while a slice is available for P200 nett. Call the Garden Wing Café at (02) 7908-8889 for next-day pick up.

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