Pasay-based Conrad Hotel Manila celebrates Father’s Day on Sunday with signature feasts for the man of the house.
Executive Chinese Chef Eng Yew Khor works the wok at China Blue by Jereme Leung to indulge dads with a Feast Fit for a King whose highlights include golden roast U.S. duck with BBQ gravy sauce, sautéed premier U.S. sliced beef and cha tsai, and steamed signature house specialty red gold long life custard buns, among other favorites. Prices start at P4,200 per person.
Dad prefers to celebrate at home? Brasserie on 3 offers Takeaway Father’s Day BBQ set good for up to six. At P1,850, it includes grilled BBQ pork ribs with chili sauce, U.S. steak, Cajun-style chicken breast, chili corn bread, and cheesecake collection, among others.
C Lounge’s 2,500-peso Father’s Day Hamper comes with a bottle of its signature cocktail Hilario or collectible mini spirits, paired with Executive Chef Daniel Patterson’s homemade chicharones, spiced Cajun almonds, and more. Bru Coffee Bar, meanwhile, offers Father’s Day Tin Cakes available in four variants. Prices start at P200.
Call 0917-650-4043 or (02) 8833-9999 or visit bit.ly/conradmestore for inquiries and reservations.
Meanwhile, Crimson Hotel Filinvest City in Muntinlupa fires up the grill with its BBQ takeaway bundle complete with a hearty serving of salad, dessert, and assorted meats and sides grilled and glazed to customers’ liking. For P2,000 net per order, this smokin’ hot deal can serve up to four people and is available today until June 20.
Other takeaway bundles from the hotel include Baker J’s Gentleman’s Box (assortment of homemade cold cuts, croissants, and slices of Baker J’s signature sourdough bread) priced at P699; and Firehouse Pizza’s Pizza for Pops (one signature pizza, one classic pizza, eight pieces of parmesan fried chicken wings with garlic aioli, one pan of truffle pasta, and Desserts in Jar) at P2,000.
Call 0998-961-3409 or email [email protected] or [email protected] to order.
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