Conrad Manila has proudly launched its Legendary Chefs Series, featuring international cuisines from three world-renowned master chefs. First of this lavish gastronomic celebration is Chef Juthakorn “Mink” Suraraksa from Waldorf Astoria – Bangkok, who is holding the final day of introducing diners' palates to the distinct and diverse flavors of Thailand today at the hotel's award-winning all-day dining restaurant, Brasserie on 3.
“We want our guests, patrons, and food lovers to indulge in a feast of Chef Mink's meticulously crafted dishes, which the Land of Smiles can best offer. This is a one-of-a-kind opportunity to immerse themselves in the luxury of authentic Thai cuisines, right in the heart of Conrad Manila,” General Manager Fabio Berto shared at the launch.
Savor Chef Mink's finest creations during this promotional period at an irresistible rate via the Weekday Lunch Special Buffet from (Monday to Friday). Regular rates apply for weekday dinner and weekend lunch and dinner services.
Showcased are Thai favorites: meats, seafood, carving station and others. Not to be missed are the vibrant flavors of the Mixed Seafood Spicy Salad, the delightful crunch of the Prawn Cake, and the heavenly sweetness of the Mango Sticky Rice. Each bite will transport you to Thailand's bustling food markets and fragrant kitchens.
To complement your dining experience, Brasserie on 3 also offers enticing add-ons. Choose the unlimited non-alcoholic beverages or elevate your celebration with the unlimited alcoholic beverages offered (including House White or Red wine and Local Beer) for special prizes.
Legendary Chefs by Conrad Manila is a three-part series that celebrates the finest culinary masterpieces by some of the world's premier chefs every month from June to August 2023. Next in line is celebrity chef Jereme Leung, who will once again bring new and distinct flavors to your Chinese gastronomic favorites in July, followed by Chef Valerio Pierantonelli, who will make you fall in love with his Italian signature dishes in August.
For more information and reservations, call +63 917 650 3591 or +632 8833 9999, or email [email protected]
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