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PROMO: Balinese Delights At The Market Cafe

I've always wanted to go to Bali, enjoy the scenery and stay there for a week but it is not just possible yet. Luckily, I chanced upon Market Cafe's ten-day food festival- Sedap Indonesia: Balinese Delights so I'm doing a happy jig here. Food first, then to follow ang travel! ;)

Sedap Indonesia: Balinese Delights is a ten-day food festival featuring Bali's famous cuisine will be from August 30- September 8, available for dinners (Monday to Saturday / lunch and dinner on Sunday). You can call Hyatt Regency Hotel Manila at +632-2478666 for reservation and other details.



SEDAP INDONESIA: BALINESE DELIGHTS


MANILA, THE PHILIPPINES - Hyatt Regency Hotel & Casino Manila will be home to flavorful culinary traditions of the volcanic island of Bali, Indonesia, also known as the Island of the Gods, in a ten-day food festival at Market Cafe from 30 August to 8 September. 

Experience a gastronomical journey to Bali through the culinary masterpieces of Chef Ni Made Sadnyani and Chef Kompyang Wikanta from Grand Hyatt Bali, as they prepare authentic Balinese fare derived from Indonesian, Chinese, and Indian cuisine influences. A delectable range of broth-soaked noodles, fiery curries, banana-wrapped fish to vegetable salads with sweet peanut dressing will be featured in the selection.

Available from Monday to Saturdays for dinner, and Sunday for lunch and dinner, these exquisite Balinese specials can be enjoyed at our regular buffet rates of of PHP1800 net on weekdays and PHP2100 on Fridays and Saturdays. As a special promotional offer, for every four diners, one gets to dine for free. Dining guests are also entitled to win special prizes in a special lucky draw including a two-night stay in Bali, inclusive of airfare and accommodations for two, in partnership with Philippine Airlines and Grand Hyatt Bali.

For more information, please call the Food and Beverage Reservations Centre at +63 2 2478666 or make your booking online by visiting manila.casino.hyatt.com. Alternatively, send an e-mail to cath.mn@hyatt.com











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