For the month of July, they’re putting the spotlight on India, dishing out a plethora of spices and aroma for the senses with guest Chef Ajith Kumar from Hyatt Regency Gurgaon in New Delhi. Surprising your palate with every bite, contrasting flavors and textures are flawlessly combined for a sensual feast by both visiting and local chefs, bringing you the most authentic experience of Indian cuisine.
Expect an array of healthy appetizers such as the Kachumber Salad, a medley of diced vegetables (you guessed it, cucumber) in olive oil; Aloo Chat, cubes of potatoes in Chat Masala with onions, tomatoes, and a surprising serving of pomegranate seeds; Chana Chat, chickpeas tossed in shallot tomatoes and green chilies; Paneer Makhani, cottage cheese simmered in tomato sauce, spike with fenugreek; and Polak Shorba, a fresh spinach broth.
The Cafe at Hyatt City of Dreams also offers a selection of curries and kebabs ideal for those with adventurous tastebuds. Look out for mains including the Chicken 65, a spicy viand named in tribute of a famous hotel in India in 1965; Macchi Amritsari, succulent pieces of salmon lightly coated in spicy gram flour batter; Maes Ke Sooley, morsels of lamb spiced and smoked in-house; and Kerala Prawn Masala, Tiger prawn with coconut curry leaves with ginger and chili.
The Cafe is more responsible in their endeavors to provide the best for its guests. The seafood and vegetables are sourced locally through sustainable fishing and farming methods that take into consideration the livelihoods of local fishermen and farmers.
It continues to expand its farm-to-fork philosophy at every station of the buffet without scrimping on the quality of its food.
Catch The Cafe’s Cantonese Food Festival from June 14-19 and the Indian Food Festival from July 17 – 24.
Check out the buffet prices here:
The Cafe, Hyatt City of Dreams Manila
Asean Ave. cor. Roxas Blvd. Entertainment City, Paranaque
+ (632) 691 1234