Manila, Philippines — Welcome the Year of the Metal Rat and feast on the special dining offerings of The Bellevue Manila, the leading luxury hotel in the southern metropolis, for the Chinese Lunar New Year.
On January 25, the hotel’s Cafe D’Asie is offering an all-day lunch and dinner buffet for P 1,540 nett per person, with a specially-curated menu to symbolize an abundant and prosperous 2020.
Phoenix Court, Alabang’s premier Chinese fine dining restaurant, is serving two special set menus for 6 to 8, or 10 to 12 persons, which include deep-friend Oriental-style pork ribs and baked tiger prawns with Zinjiang sauce until February 22.
The resto is also offering the signature tikoy for only Php 220 nett per box.
Enjoy Chinese New Year ala carte specials which include the rich and authentic flavors of sizzling mapo tofu, roasted Peking duck rolls, and gua bao. Savor these specialties as you gaze at the stunning 360-degree city view at Vue Bar on the 22nd floor of The Bellevue’s Tower Wing.
Over at northern metro B Hotel Quezon City has prepared a mouthwatering lunch buffet at the Lobby Cafe featuring assorted dimsum, fried shrimp in Szechuan sauce, beef black pepper, yang chow fried rice, and mango sago.
Guests will be gifted complimentary personalized calligraphy to inspire them throughout the Year of the Rat by the hotel’s Chinese calligrapher.
Beyond the Chinese New Year, treat yourself for your hard work at B Hotel Alabang at the Payday Steak-cation every 15th and 30th/31st of the month.
Indulge and sink your teeth on 200g of US prime rib steak, salad buffet, and unlimited sides and desserts for only P 950 nett per person.
For more information, contact The Bellevue Manila at 8771-8181, B Hotel Quezon City at 8990-5000, and B Hotel Alabang at 8828 8181 or log on to www.thebellevue.com.
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