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Christmas at Mariott Hotel Manila



As early as September 25, Mariott Manila already has a line-up of exciting Christmas goodies for everyone
and I had the chance to attend the preview and meet Executive Chef Meik and Chocolatier Chef Chris. It was a visual feast with lots of merriment and cheer included in each item.



Chocolate Masterpieces

Mango Chocolate Bar Belgian white chocolate blended with Filipino dried mango, to create a divine flavor experience 200g / P390
Milk Chocolate Cluster 100% Belgian milk chocolate that's added with nuts and dried fruits for extra crunch and texture 200g / P350
Pralines and Truffles These hand-rolled, Swiss-made chocolates are made the way it was meant to be luxurious, sexy, above all, addicting. Beautifully packaged for the holiday, the taste and presentation are a sure winner. Box of 4 / P220      Box of 9 / P500


Turkey to Go! 

We all know that all the dishes that make up the Thanksgiving feast, turkey demands the most attention. So whether it's a feast for your big family or a special dinner, bring home today Executive Chef Meik Brammer's original roasted turkey.


P7500 package includes: 

Whole Roasted Turkey, 6-7kg                             Pan Gravy, 1ltr
Cranberry Sauce, 500g                                        Buttered Mashed Potato, 1.5kg
Lettuce salad w/ dressing, 8pcs                            Brussel Sprouts w/ Bacon, 750g
Potato Salad, 500g                                              Baked Pumpkin, 750g
Classic Stuffing, 1kg                                            Baked Pumpkin Pie, 1pc
Apple Pie, 1pc

*** Available from November 28 to December 25
Please call to order and allow 48 hours before pick up. Turkey to go can be collected at Java+ counter at the Ground Level of Mariott Hotel Manila



Mariott Hotel Manila
No. 10 Newport Blvd., Newport City Complex
Pasay City

Festive Season Reservations: (632) 988.9999 local 8090





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