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SM Mall of Asia International Food Festival

Be prepared to go on a gastronomic travel as SM Mall of Asia presents a month-long International Food Festival from September 5-30, 2014. The Food Festival has an exciting line-up of mouthwatering creations from more than 50 restaurants joining the event. Each restaurant will present  a specially created dish just for the Food Festival so be sure to drop by and have a feast.

Here's a sneak peek from Bistro Ravioli and Hokkaido Ramen Santouka.



Bistro Ravioli prepared Chorizo Ravioli with Creole Shrimp in Vodka Cream Sauce. The chorizo ravioli is loaded with herbs and spices that its makes an interesting combination. And you can't go wrong with the shrimp and the vodka-based sauce. Mangiamo! Perfect dish for a romantic date too. ;)

The other dish that I'm going to rave about is Spicy Creamy Shio Ramen by Hokkaido Ramen Santouka. I love the creamy broth that has just the right kick of spiciness (but you can make it extra hot thanks to the chilis included in the dish). And of course, the tamago is just perfect. Itadakimasu!




Aside from the gastronomic feasts by the participating restaurants, diners will also get the chance to join a cooking demo by five participating restaurants: Tempura and Sbarro on September 5 and Claw Daddy, New Orleans and Vikings. The executive chefs of these restaurants will do a live cooking demo.

There's also the Special Eats promo where lucky diners get to travel compliments of Air Asia Zest and win tons of gift certificates from IHOP.

For more details, visit SM Mall of Asia FB Page, IG: @TheMallofAsiaOfficial and Twitter: @TheMallofAsia

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