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Top 10 summer #nomnoms

Published on 17-05-2014Email To Friend    Print Version

1. MAKATI SHANGRI-LA

MAKATI SHANGRI-LA

 

IN THE MOOD FOR KAISEKI 

If fashion has spring/summer season, so does dining. Inagiku at Makati Shangri-La celebrates the spring season with a nine-course Sakura Kaiseki Set that can be enjoyed for lunch or dinner until April 30. Kaiseki or kaiseki-ryōri is a traditional Japanese dinner that is considered to be one of the most prestigious dining experiences in the world. This culinary art form follows a carefully planned dining sequence using a meticulous selection of seasonal ingredients, resulting to a visually enticing presentation of each course. Executive Japanese chef Wataru Hikawa selects the freshest ingredients to create a multi-course menu, which includes boiled nanohana flower tofu, grilled bamboo shoot with teriyaki sauce, Wagyu beef with sweet miso, grilled egg yolk with scallops, and more. Makati Shangri-La, Ayala Avenue cor. Makati Avenue, Makati City.((632)8138888)

 

2. THE PENINSULA MANILA

THE PENINSULA MANILA

 

EAT LIKE A VEGAN

The summer season makes everyone feel conscious about their bodies. Enter The Peninsula Manila’s 360° Wellness, Naturally Peninsula. A vegan-inspired menu, this collaborative effort between the talented culinary teams of The Peninsula and The Farm at San Benito, embraces wellness and relishes the restorative powers of nature. It introduces a variety of light and healthy dining options with each dish maintaining its own unique and pristine flavors by using live and raw food, natural herbs and spices, and other organic produce from reputable and sustainable sources. The menus were created by two of The Peninsula Manila’s star chefs—Old Manila chef de cuisine Samuel Linder and Spices Indian specialty chef Avanish Kumar Jain—who worked closely with on-site nutritionists and doctors and the chefs of The Farm’s world-famous Alive! restaurant in coming up with menus for Old Manila, The Lobby, Spices, and Escolta. Bask under the sun with dessert selections highlighting tropical fruits the Philippines is famous for like the sumptuous pineapple buko bar (The Lobby). Health-conscious gourmands will be happy to know that each dish on the restaurants’ menus will be accompanied with a helpful caloric count. The Peninsula Manila, 1226 Makati City.((632)8872888)

 

3. RESORTS WORLD MANILA

GAGA OVER GELATO

 

GAGA OVER GELATO

Summer is not summer without ice cream. Café Maxims at Resorts World Manila (RWM) serves up a selection of gelato flavors that gives your taste buds something to scream about. Made with the finest ingredients available locally and abroad, this Italian favorite is made right in the Café Maxims kitchen under the close supervision of chef Hubertus Cramer, RWM F&B senior director. Among the array of flavors are pistachio, buko pandan, cappucino, Manhattan cheesecake, mango, black forest, dark chocolate, cookies biscottino, ferrero, tiramisu, salted caramel, French vanilla, green tea, strawberry, browned pecan butter, bubble gum, chunky peanut butter, banana caramel, and hazelnut Nutella. Resorts World Manila, Newport Boulevard, Newport City. ((632)9088888)

 

4. SOFITEL PHILIPPINE PLAZA MANILA

SOFITEL PHILIPPINE PLAZA MANILA

 

TAGAYTAY HARVEST

Go on a culinary adventure this summer without leaving town at Spiral, Sofitel Philippine Plaza’s flagship destination. Be adventurous with food and tickle your palate with different sensations and textures. Start your journey with organic salads and appetizers. Fresh, locally grown produce and organic colorful vegetables freshly picked from Tagaytay and right at the gardens of the Sofitel Philippine Plaza will be tossed for you by the hotel’s chefs with your choice of homemade salad dressings. Sofitel Philippine Plaza, Atang Dela Rama, Pasay City. ((632)5515555)

 

5. THE SILLY GOOSE GOURMET

THE SILLY GOOSE GOURMET

 

PIE POPS

Convenient and cute to stroll with while walking on the beach or just hanging out in the park on a sunny day, pie pops is the perfect summer munchies. This mini pie on a stick comes in three flavors: apple pie, chocolate pudding, and lemon curd. Health conscious? The Silly Goose Gourmet, maker of this must-try food hybrid, gives a new twist to the classic pie. It creates desserts and pastries without sacrificing taste by sourcing healthier alternatives to traditional ingredients. www.thesillygoosegourmet.com. ((632)9277439821)

 

6. MASATAMI SHAVE ICE

LANGKA BEATS THE HEAT

 

LANGKA BEATS THE HEAT

Let the sought-after cooler of Hawaii beat the summer heat! Masatami Shave Ice is made from ice finely shaved into consistency slightly more dense than frost and mixed with flavor syrup. Unlike snow cones that are made with crushed ice, shaved ice is ground further and has a smoother consistency similar to snow. This makes the syrup added to the ice soak into the densely packed shavings and keeps it from sinking to the bottom, creating the frozen treat. It’s just like ice cream and maybe even better. For that fruitiness and tanginess you’re longing for, try Langka Flavored Shave Ice. www.facebook.com/MasatamiShaveIce.

 

7. TRUE BLENDS

CHEESE CLOUD

 

CHEESE CLOUD

Too hot? Take winter with you and get your head above the clouds with True Blends’ Winter Melon Cheese Cloud. Its refreshing flavor and frothy topping cools you down this summer with a dash of creamy and a surge of tangy. Popular among students and yuppies, this sweetness in a cup has perfectly concocted its recipes by sampling selections for clients. Part of its research and development is adjusting its menu based on the feedback and comments of its patrons. www.facebook.com/ateneotruebrew. ((632)6977977)

 

8. SEDA BGC HOTEL

WONDERS OF THE OCEAN

 

WONDERS OF THE OCEAN

Don’t fret if you can’t go scuba diving this summer. The wonders of the ocean is right on the dining table—fresh calamari, shrimps, mussels, grouper fillet marinated in white wine, lemon juice, and olive oil. This is a sumptuous seafood cocktail made of fresh, high-quality ingredients from Seda. Ceviche evokes images of the beach, fun in the sun, and great times with family and friends. Seda BGC Hotel, 30th Street cor. 11th Avenue, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig.((632)9458888)

 

9. F1 HOTEL MANILA

F1 HOTEL MANILA

 

SEAFOOD TREAT

True summer flavor comes from the seafood paella at F1 Hotel. This fresh seafood medley and rice cooked in saffron and olive oil may seem like any other paella, but it’s in its ingredients and how it’s cooked that makes it different. Aside from using olive oil in frying the seafood, it is also heavy in spices. This enriches the taste of the sticky rice and brings out the freshness of the chorizo. F1 Hotel Manila, 32nd St., Taguig City.((632)9289888)

 

10. DUSIT THANI MANILA

KAMAMESHI OR ME

 

KAMAMESHI OR ME

Summer is a time to get together with family and friends. And the best way to enjoy it is by sharing a heartwarming meal with your loved ones. But with Umu’s Kamameshi set menu, available until April 30, you can have the appetizer, tempura, miso soup, and local ice cream all to yourself. A traditional Japanese dish similar to a rice topping, Kamameshi is cooked in an iron pot cradled in bamboo or some other kind of wood. It is heaped with generous portions of toppings and flavored with soy sauce, mirin, or sake. Dusit Thani Manila, Ayala Center, 1223 Makati City.((632)2388888)

 

Source: http://www.mb.com.ph/top-10-summer-nomnoms/


 
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