September 14, 2022

Kisetsu Sunday Lunch Buffet: More than just Japanese and Western Faves

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  • Yawaragi Restaurant’s Kisetsu Sunday Lunch Buffet features a smorgasbord of food options and free-flowing drinks.

    Located on the fifth floor of Hotel Okura Manila in Newport City, Yawaragi welcomes diners to an expansive seats and fully-stocked bar, all the while a bountiful feast awaits them.

    IMAGE from Philippine Primer

    At the raw bar, diners can enjoy a bountiful selection of fresh and premium seafood—from imported salmon, tuna, and mackerel to a variety of crustaceans such as oyster and Alaskan king crab, which you can have grilled and basted in butter at the grill station.

    Alaskan king crab / IMAGE from Philippine Primer

    Tuna and salmon sashimi / IMAGE from Hotel Okura Manila

    Given that Yawaragi is a premium Japanese restaurant, expect authentic Japanese favorites waiting for you across the stations. Indulge in ebi (prawn) and vegetable tempura, maki rolls, Yose Nabe (Japanese hot pot with chicken), somen noodles, and more.

    Assorted maki rolls / IMAGE from Philippine Primer

    Carnivores are also in for a treat at the gourmet buffet. Roast beef, chicken and pork skewers, and Japanese beef curry can be enjoyed with a variety of sides such as seasonal vegetables, roasted potatoes, and salads.

    Roast beef with seasonal veggies and wine sauce / IMAGE from Philippine Primer

    For drinks, fresh coconut juice served in the shell and assorted chilled juices, sodas, coffees, and teas can be had with the offerings. Diners can also get alcoholic beverages including champagne, white and red wines, and Japanese and local beers at the bar.

    IMAGE from Philippine Primer

    Of course, what is a buffet without desserts? In addition to the abovementioned eats, the confections at Kisetsu Weekend Buffet are not to be missed! Make sure to leave room for dorayaki, chocolate pudding, mochi, chocolates, cakes, and fresh fruits for later.

    Assorted premium pastries and desserts / IMAGE from Philippine Primer

    The Sunday Buffet is priced at Php 3,800 nett/person. Sunday Lunch with unlimited non-alcoholic drinks is Php 4,800 nett per person, while the Sunday Lunch with free-flowing non-alcoholic and alcoholic drinks is at Php 5,700 nett/person.

    Guests who would like to include free-flowing non-alcoholic and alcoholic drinks can avail the beverage upcharge at Php 1,700 nett/person. The rate is halved for children aged 6 to 12, while kids below 5 can eat for free.

    The Kisetsu Weekend Buffet is available at Yawaragi Restaurant, located at the fifth floor atrium hall of Hotel Okura Manila. Advance reservation is highly encouraged.

    For inquiries and reservations, contact 0917-842-9067, email yawaragi.service@hotelokuramanila.com, or book online here.

    Follow Hotel Okura Manila for more information about it latest offerings and promos on Facebook and Instagram.

                 
               
               
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