Experience two great Asian culinary festivals at The Café at Hyatt City of Dreams Manila!

The Café at Hyatt City of Dreams Manila is an impressive culinary destination of all sorts and comes with a wide selection of dishes coming from their interactive stations. It's unlike anything I've experienced in a buffet -- when you dine at The Café at Hyatt COD, there's a sense of connection and understanding between you and how the chefs would want your dishes to be prepared.

To know more about Dining at The Hyatt at City of Dreams Manila, see this link:
http://cityofdreamsmanila.hyatt.com/en/hotel/dining/the-cafe.html

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With vibrant cooking stations such as The Italian (pizza and pasta), The Grill and Griddle (carving, grill, teppan, etc.), The Deli (charcuteries, chilled food and sashimi), The Asian (dim sum, Chinese delights), The Comfort and Favorites (fried dishes), and The Pastry (desserts like pancakes, pastries, ice cream, etc), it's an endless journey of culinary delights while you dine within one of the premier casinos/gaming centers here in the Philippines. 

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As for prices, expect that it may be higher than other, more convenient buffets like the ones you'd see in malls around Metro Manila, but the most interesting about The Café at Hyatt COD is the non-stop buffet time for breakfast, lunch and dinner.....they're always open, all day, all night!

See The Cafe's Buffet Prices (as of May 2016)


Daily breakfast (6AM to 1030AM) - Php1,188.00net
Lunch (Monday to Wednesday, 12AM to 3PM) - Php1,188.00net
Lunch (Thursday to Saturday, 12AM to 3PM) - Php1,488.00net
Hyatt Sunday Lunch (1130AM to 3PM) - Php 1,988.00net
Dinner (Monday to Wednesday, 6PM to 11PM) - Php1,888.00net
Dinner (Thursday to Saturday, 6PM to 11PM) - Php1,988.00net

*Lunch for Saturday and Sunday starts at 1130AM.

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A must-try: this Mango-Bailey's cocktail which was a great starter before my exquisite meal.

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Some freshly-baked Four-Cheese and Hawaiian Pizzas for your eating pleasure

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My customized pasta made with sun-dried tomatoes, olive oil, chili flakes, garlic and parmesan. I loved this!

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Fried Oyster Mushrooms from The Comfort and Favorites station

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A mandatory on my plate: Freshly sliced Sake Sashimi

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These fresh and specially-made-for-me Baked Mussels with cheese and Tabasco

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Try requesting for the Aburi Sushi! It's made with your choice of torched sake or maguro with a special sauce on top! At first I thought it was Uni on top (but that would be so much better I suppose) 

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Some Roasted Duck, anyone?

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For chocoholics, you can go gaga on these chocolates filled with different kinds of nuts!

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Freshly made Spritzkuchen which is actually a German pastry that resemble donuts

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Truffles here and there

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OH, AND THIS THING. Chocolate Crème Brulee that's SO DAMN GOOD. It's dark and bittersweet and smooth and creamy, just how I want it to be!

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But more than their everyday buffet, The Café at Hyatt COD is also bringing to distinctive cuisines with their upcoming Cantonese and Indian Festivals featuring local Chefs straight from Hyatt Regency Dongguan and Hyatt Regency Gurgaon in New Delhi!

The Café at Hyatt COD brings in flavors from the region od Guangdong, China where Cantonese cuisines based it roots on June 14 to 19 with the help of Cantonese chefs Xi Qing Hui and Zhao Pan Fei. (regular buffet rates apply)

Meanwhile, Chef Ajith Kumar joins The Café at Hyatt COD Manila on July 17 to 24, where you can enjoy Indian gustatory finds and delicacies! (regular buffet rates apply)

I was fortunate to see a quick preview of some featured dishes on these culinary events and I'm so excited to be there this week to try them again! Visit my Facebook page to see more.

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Stir Fried Vermicelli with Prawns

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Stir Fried Snapper Fillet in XO Sauce

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Cantonese Roasted Meats Platter

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Sweet and Sour Pork

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From far left: Paneer Makhani, Dal Amritsari, Kerala Prawn Masala

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Know more about these upcoming Asian culinary celebrations through www.codmanilahyatt.com or call +632 691 1234 ext. 1162 for queries and reservations. The Café at Hyatt COD is also available on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

And visit these hashtags to see more photos!

#TwoAsianCulinaryTraditions
#HyattCantoneseTreasures
#HyattRoadToGurgaonIndia
#HyattDining
#theCafe
#FindYourFavorite
#InAHyattWorld


LAST BUT NOT THE LEAST, get a complimentary drink (a glass of iced tea) when dining in at The Café at Hyatt City of Dreams Manila by doing the following:

- like and follow all The Café' at Hyatt's social media accounts (see links indicated above)
- show proof along with this promo code: CIT1701-H

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Disclosure: This article is sponsored by The Café at Hyatt City of Dreams Manila. Still, some of the views expressed in this article are from the author.

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