Marriott Cafe Highlights Filipino Favorites in Extended Heritage Month Celebration

Sustainability is one of the advocacies of Marriott, so it’s not a surprise that the highlight of the spread is the array of seafood caught early morning off the waters of Navotas. Over ice, there are piles of shrimp, blue marlin, oysters, mussels, crabs and many other types of seafood that demand an extra and exclusive plate just for this set.

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Desserts in buffets are generally forgettable, but Marriott’s selection is a surprising exception. Complementing the varying kinds of cakes and cheesecakes and chocolate fountain with fruit and pastry skewers are Filipino snacks and after-dinner sweets like maja blanca, biko, suman, leche flan, halaya, ginataan and mango pudding with tapioca pearls.

There’s also gelato, this time incorporating Filipino ingredients like Palawan walnut, ube (purple yam), buko pandan (coconut and pandan), coconut and halo-halo, which incidentally also has its own DIY station dedicated for those who want to have one last taste of summer.

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Catch this sumptuous feast of Filipino food until June 12, 2016 at Marriott Cafe.
Weekday and weekend rates vary.

Photos by Ian Benetua unless stated otherwise

Art-Taste-Tic Dinner Buffet at Marriott Cafe

Newport Boulevard, Newport City Complex, Pasay City

(02) 988-9999

6 pm to 10 pm

Weekday rate: Php2,100 / Weekend rate: Php2,500