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Mimosa Golf partners with Cravings

Apart from providing a superb golfing experience, Mimosa Golf Course in Filinvest Mimosa is also set to give players and visitors a distinctive dining encounter.

The Veranda Mimosa Golf Course’s renowned restaurant is now in partnership with Cravings, one of the country’s premier restaurant chains.  Well-known to create sumptuous, mouthwatering desserts and dishes, exciting fusion dishes, and signature, home-grown Filipino food, Cravings brings a different flavor to the rustic feel of The Veranda. This partnership will surely bring good news to avid golfers and walk-ins looking for a hefty meal at very affordable prices.

Center for Culinary Arts Manila Culinary Director Chef Sau Del Rosario
According to Chef Sau Del Rosario, restaurant consultant, Cravings will offer time-honored, home-cooked style meals as well as a diverse selection of international dishes for those looking for something different.

“We’re currently undergoing the process of ‘menu engineering’ where we are building a very dynamic list of dishes that can change depending on the mood, weather, season or even the type of clientele we’re having.” said Del Rosario.

Catfish Salad

Chef Sau is a multi-awarded chef and is currently the Culinary Director of Center for Culinary Arts (CCA) Manila. 

Cravings is constantly in touch with the market trend in Clark that now caters to many Koreans. Chef Michael Cheng, a top chef from Korea, will offer authentic Korean dishes to visitors and avid diners at The Veranda. Cheng is part of the diverse set of chefs who belongs to Cravings’ current culinary team.

Bibimbap
“Customers will be delighted to hear that our chefs are committed to infuse different cultures with our offerings. Apart from our signature Filipino dishes, we also aim to serve European, American and other Asian selections.

Cravings in Mimosa also caters to banquet events like weddings, birthdays, debuts, corporate meetings and other social events.

The Cravings Group of Companies owns and runs several branches of the Cravings Restaurant brand as well as C2 Classic Cuisine, The Coffee Beanery, Lombardi’s, and Wicked by Cravings, among others. The group also opened the country’s very first culinary school, CCA Manila, and further ventured into the Asian School for Hospitality Arts (ASHA).

The Mimosa Golf Course, which reopened mid-June, is set to complement the new Quest Hotel and Conference Center-Clark Pampanga, a four-star property which opened in August.

For more information, contact Krisha Simeon, Golf Sales Executive at +63 9985878075 or email [email protected]. For hotel inquiries, you may contact Sales and Marketing Department at +63 45 599-800, +63 9165823849 or +63 9432922075. You can also visit the golf course website at mimosagolf.com and the hotel’s website at clark.questhotels.com.

Topics: Mimosa Golf Course , Filinvest Mimosa , Veranda Mimosa Golf Course , Cravings , Filipino food , Chef Sau Del Rosario , Chef Michael Cheng
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