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Shangri-La Plaza's GourmetFest October 18-21

Shangri-La Plaza rolls out a 3-day GourmetFest that will challenge the foodie-in-you. Beginning today, October 18-21, 2018, the Grand Atrium is transformed into a haven of culinary delights and flavors highlighting cuisines from various parts of the world.


Mall guests can go on a gastronomic trip at the GourmetFest area as well as have the chance to see cooking demos and workshops by some of the finest chefs in the country, and get exciting treats and promos from participating restaurants.


"We're delighted to host the GourmetFest once again," says Lala Fojas, EVP and General Manager of Shangri-La Plaza. "We always look forward to gathering our roster of restaurants and show mall guests that the Shang is the go-to destination for the best food in town."


The list of participating restaurant includes: Akira, Arya, Balboa, Bo's Coffee Primo, Brotzeit, CPK, Epicurious, Figaro, Ganso Shabuway, Kettle, La Creperie, Pages Deli, Papermoon, Pasto, Pepi Cubano, Pepper Lunch, Shi Lin, SumoSam, Tender Bob's, Thai BBQ, The Red Crab, Wobbly Pan, and Zao.


Another highlight of the event is the launch of the first leg of the Metro Kitchen Series on October 20, 3PM at the Grand Atrium. Chef Robby Goco, Chef Sandy Daza, and Chef Rolando de Gracia will showcase dishes that are inspired by Filipino and Spanish flavors. Interested participants may register via the Metro.Style's official Facebook page.






Diners will also get the chance to win a trip for two to Singapore via Singapore Airlines with hotel accommodations and Singapore Explorer Pass Tickets. Simply dine at any restaurant in Shangri-La Plaza from October 18- November 18 with a minimum spend of P500 to qualify for one (1) raffle ticket.




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