October 20, 2017, 9:22 am
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Mandarin Oriental Manila presents the diverse flavors of Anglo-Indian Cuisine

MANDARIN Oriental, Manila takes guests on a culinary journey to Great Britain from February 3 to 9 via an Anglo-Indian food festival at the hotel’s popular restaurants The Tivoli and Paseo Uno. Dubbed “A Taste of British India” and held in partnership with British Food Month, this food festival will allow diners to experience the diverse and exotic flavors which have made Anglo-Indian food one of the world’s most-loved cuisines.
At the hotel’s signature restaurant, The Tivoli, Executive Sous Chef Remi Vercelli and his team will be preparing a classic British-themed Business Lunch, available from February 3 to 7. Discerning diners will have the chance to savour classic dishes such as roast leg of lamb, beef Wellington, traditional bread and butter pudding, among others. The three-course Business Lunch is priced at PHP 1,818. Meanwhile at Paseo Uno, the hotel’s all-day dining restaurant, a sumptuous Anglo-Indian buffet will be offered for lunch and dinner, featuring an assortment of curries and traditional favourites including: chicken tikka masala, beef vindaloo, mulligatawny soup, kedgeree, shepherd’s pie, an array of English desserts, and much more – all a result of the wonderful collaboration between Executive Indian Sous Chef Laxminarayan Ray and the rest of the talented chefs. Paseo Uno’s daily lunch buffet is priced at PHP 1,750, while the dinner buffet from Sunday to Thursday is priced at PHP 1,950, and on Friday and Saturday, PHP 2,220 with Paseo Uno’s Luxury Buffet.
 “As a British-owned hotel, we are happy that the Mandarin Oriental, Manila can be one of the Embassy’s partners for British Food Month” says United Kingdom Ambassador to the Philippines Asif Ahmad.
“Mandarin Oriental, Manila showcases the diversity of British cuisine through its Anglo-Indian offerings and I am sure that the public will enjoy this unique aspect of British food. I am also delighted that Mandarin Oriental is working with Twinings, an iconic British tea brand with over 300 years of history, to provide an even more authentic culinary experience to their guests during this promotion.”
In addition, Mandarin Oriental, Manila’s Director of Food and Beverage Peter Pysk shares “We are very pleased to showcase the subtle Indian influences on the British food scene, as well as pay tribute to the unique lifestyle and delectable cuisine born of the fusion between these two worlds. We look forward to the pleasure of serving our guests the delightful flavours, aromas, and textures of traditional British and Anglo-Indian cuisine.”
The British Food Month is part of the “This is GREAT Britain” campaign -- a five-month celebration of the best of British business and culture, spearheaded by the British Embassy Manila and its partners.
For reservations and more information on “A Taste of British India”, call the hotel on 750 8888 or email momnl-fb@mohg.com.
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