When in Manila, people are family-oriented, religious and love to celebrate occasions, especially when it involves the important people in our lives like moms, dads, spouses, partners, and siblings. More often than not, celebrating special occasions is the only way for us to be complete.
I met a new friend by the name of Isay Yason. Isay and her family were so accommodating and down-to-earth! Hope to see you again, Isay! 🙂
Crimson’s Jack Of All Trades, Jon the Magician, makes everyone happy and gives Crimson Hotel’s Family Sunday Brunch more bang for your buck!
Even when the budget is kind of tight, Filipinos still manage to pull off a decent celebration since it is already our innate culture. According to the statement released by Nielsen, 25% of Filipinos prefer to eat out than to eat at home. Although this may vary according to Filipino lifestyles, I think making our Sundays more delightful would be a great idea!
Crimson Hotel’s Family Sunday Brunch has a wide variety of food choices to look forward to. I love seafood! Don’t you?
Of course, the buffet setup wouldn’t be complete without the sumptuous Japanese section! Yes, I went there first and ate 5 California rolls! Who’s counting calories?
I kept it real, though. I ate this after everything! 🙂
Furthermore, we love to go to places that are family friendly, in general. Such is Crimson Hotel Filinvest in Alabang.
For someone who is cooped up at home, nanny-less, and homeschooling like us, a place where my partner and I can enjoy each other’s company while the kids are having fun is a blessing from heaven! Fortunately, Crimson kept the kids in mind when they introduced Crimson Hotel’s Family Sunday Brunch.
Learn more about the Family Sunday Brunch on the second page.