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Marriott Manila Hosts Sustainable Seafood Campaign Media Launch

Marriott Manila recently hosted the media launch of Sustainable Seafood advocacy to raise awareness for this environmental concern. The hotel has long been actively supporting responsible seafood sourcing and continuously driven to source and promote special seafood dishes across its restaurants.


Marriott Manila recently hosted the media launch of Sustainable Seafood advocacy to raise awareness for this environmental concern. The hotel has long been actively supporting responsible seafood sourcing and continuously driven to source and promote special seafood dishes across its restaurants.


Buffet diners at Ocean's Harvest at Marriott Cafe, will get delectable selections of seafood this February with choices of Whole Tiger Prawns, New Zealand Mussels, White Shell Clams, Curacha and Slipper Lobsters. You can select your crustaceans and have it cooked your way. There are also a selection of rare Live Mud Crabs and Abalone with are best eaten with favorite sauces such as salted egg, X.O. and Singaporean chili. These are available every Friday and Saturday evenings for only P2,500 nett.





It is also the love month this February so make your date night not only romantic but gastronomic as well by feasting on top-notch dishes at Cru Steakhouse. Cru Steakhouse prepared a 4-course dinner that includes Barbecue Wahoo Mackerel. Set dinner is P2,300 nett but the Barbecue Wahoo Mackerel is also available a la carte for P990 nett.


Meanwhile, the Greatroom at Marriott Manila offers "Sea Bites" snacks on their menu. Choices are Hose-smoked Wahoo Mackerel Sandwich, Spicy Yellowfin Tuna Tartar, and Kataifi Wrapped Selva Shrimps. These snacks are perfect afternoon noms, or during business meetings.





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