March 21, 2017

The best restaurants of Manila, Cebu, and Davao, as awarded by Best Restaurants Guide 2017

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  • March 2017 (Manila, Philippines) – Marco Polo hotels in the Philippines showcases how their signature outlets bring their guests to greater heights, as Philippine Tatler’s Best Restaurants Guide 2017 names their restaurants among the most outstanding in the country.

    Manila’s versatile flavors

    For the second time, Marco Polo Ortigas Manila’s Cucina and Lung Hin, has been awarded by Philippine Tatler. In line with hotel’s positioning in the Manila restaurant landscape, Cucina’s distinctive character-building is different from the usual hotel food and beverage outlets. Cucina showcases a diverse live action stations featuring a symphony of flavors from the world’s different culinary capitals. It has a unique dining design with open kitchens that provides an intimate proximity to expert chefs in action.

    From the Seafood Station, Asian Noodles and Pasta, Carving, Cheeses and Cold Cuts and Desserts, Cucina promises to be a one-stop-shop for all the finest flavors that diners’ palates are looking for.

    Promising an authentic and traditional Cantonese dishes presented in a contemporary style, Lung Hin is the hotel’s Cantonese restaurant located at the 44th floor. It transports diners to Hong Kong through the fine art of Cantonese cuisine cooking with well-trained Hong Kong Chefs that truly excite the senses. Boasting a well-defined menu that goes across dim sum, carvery and seafood, Lung Hin has been designed to delight guests through its exemplary service, tasteful interiors and wonderful food creations.

     

    Cebu’s superb specialties

    The newly renovated Blu Bar and Grill has been selected for the fifth time as one of the best in the country, not only for its breath-taking view from the penthouse, but also for its exemplary food and service. This Marco Polo Plaza Cebu’s signature outlet recently opened with fresh new interiors and added items on the menu, while keeping the quality.

    In the 2017 Best Restaurants Guide, Philippine Tatler tells its readers to go check out Blu Bar & Grill for a special date with the special someone, family, or friends, with a panoramic view of the cityscape. The dishes that the Philippine Tatler mystery diners had at the Blu were the salmon carpaccio, the pan-fried sea bass and the warm flourless chocolate cake.

     

    Davao’s unforgettable Cantonese experience

    Tagged as a restaurant that is all about refinement, Marco Polo Davao’s Lotus Court was also picked to be on the list. “The elegant interiors and flavorful Cantonese dishes make it one of Davao’s favorite dining spots,” says the Philippine Tatler.

    Lotus Court is Marco Polo Davao’s Cantonese restaurant located at the 3rd floor of the hotel, introducing innovations to make our guest experience unforgettable. Some of Lotus Court’s signature items include the Yin Yang Garupa, Braised Mushroom and Tofu, and Sweet Sesame Buchi.

    The Best Restaurants Guide is an annual award that Philippine Tatler presents. It is their 13th year of naming restaurants that surpasses expectations, giving a unique experience to its guests. The list was launched last January 17, 2017.

    For more information, contact (632) 720 7777 or book online via www.marcopolohotels.com or email: manila@marcopolohotels.com. Visit facebook.com/MarcoPoloOrtigasManila or follow @MarcoPoloManila on Twitter or Instagram.

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