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Sustainable Seafood Month at Marriott Manila

In line with its commitment to serve only the best quality and sustainable kind when it comes to seafood, Marriott Manila once again joined the nationwide Sustainable Seafood awareness campaign this March.

"We feel responsible of providing not just high-quality dishes but also sourced responsibly that results to more years of great food and satisfied seafood awareness cravings," says Marriott Executive Chef Meik Brammer.

Every Wednesdays, Marriott Cafe is serving premium quality black tiger prawns on their buffet spread. Selva Shrimps has a "Best Choice" rating for sustainability because these are naturally raised in mangrove forests, and doesn't have any harmful feeds used on them. It is a healthy shrimp that has a firm texture, succulent taste and vibrant color.


And to make the meal more interesting, Chef Meik created sumptuous Selva Shrimp dishes with a touch of Asian flair such as the Grilled Shrimps marinated in Indonesian Sambal, and for a more local touch- the Manila-style Sisig.

Of course, this is just a part of Marriott Cafe's international cuisine offerings. Lunch buffet is priced at P1,950 and dinner at P2,150.

Aside from Marriott Cafe, expect appetizing Selva Shrimp bar chows at the Greatroom. Perfect for snacks, cocktails, or simply to pass away time. Menu includes Boiled Shrimps with sausages and potatoes on the side, Baked Shrimps with chips and dips, Okoy or shrimp fritters, and Shrimp Kapao in a bun. That last one sounds interestingly delicious, right?

For more details, inquiries and reservation, call (02) 988.9999.

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