September 18, 2019

Florentine in Grand Hyatt Manila Offers European Delights On the Go

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  • Florentine in Grand Hyatt Manila Offers European Delights On the Go
  • Updated as of February 4, 2o2o

    Grand Hyatt Manila is home to diverse food and beverage places—it has something for almost all types of food you may crave. The Grand Kitchen, for example, is the all-day dining venue of the hotel while The Cellar is the place for wine, cocktails, and small plates and tapas.

    You don’t need to go far if you’re looking for an on-the-go place for coffee and pastry, too! Located at the lobby of the hotel beside The Grand Kitchen is Florentine, a patisserie outlet for European-inspired pastries, specially-crafted coffee, and deli food. 

    True to its name, Florentine’s signature offering is the Florentine cookies (Php 220). Florentines are not like your ordinary cookies. Instead of flour and eggs, these are made with nuts and candied fruits, giving the cookies a unique texture and flavor.

    Florentine cookies (Php 220)

    Flavors include pistachio orange, almond cranberry, and pecan mango.

    To complement your pastry of choice, order their special coffee blends cultivated from Benguet like the Itogon coffee (Php 380) and the Grand Hyatt Bloom Coffee with a blend of La Trinidad Benguet coffee (Php 350).

    If you’re looking for something savory to fill up your stomach, you may try their best-selling sandwiches: the Italian Cold Cut Mortadella Sandwich (Php 160) and the Shaved Ham and Cheese Pandesal (Php 160).

    Don’t forget to bring something home too! Choose from their wide selection of cakes including their delectable Dark Chocolate Almond Florentine (Php 1,851) that your family will surely enjoy.

    Florentine is open on weekdays, from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. and on weekends, from 12 p.m. to 6 p.m.

    How to get there:

    • From Ayala Avenue, take Paseo de Roxas and Kalayaan Flyover to 5th Ave in Taguig. Take 34th St. going to 8th Avenue. Grand Hyatt Manila is on your left.
    • Parking spaces are available fore hotel guests.

    Images courtesy of Florentine Grand Hyatt Manila
    This first appeared in Philippine Primer Japanese Magazine December 2019 and English Magazine February 2020 issues.

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