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Asean Culinary Delights At Circles Cafe

Savor delectable South East Asian Cuisine at Circles Cafe at the Makati Shangri-La from August 8-24, 2014. The buffet spread is available for lunch and dinner.

Selected dishes from ASEAN Culinary Delights, a cookbook by the ASEAN Ladies Foundation is also highlighted in the special buffet.






Enjoy signature dishes from ASEAN Culinary Delights,
a cookbook by the ASEAN Ladies' Foundation,
composed of the spouses of the ASEAN nations' ambassadors in the Philippines,
who organize charity and outreach programs to help enrich lives of those in need.

ASEAN Culinary Delights 
cookbook will be available for sale at Circles Event Cafe.
Proceeds from the cookbook will be donated to the victims of Typhoon Yolanda
in Central Visayas to meet their medical and educational needs.

For more information, please call restaurant reservations
at (63 2) 814 2580, email rric.slm@shangri-la.com 

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