Saturday, July 23, 2016

Southeast Asian Night at Belmont Hotel Manila



Belmont Hotel Manila, the newest first-class hotel in Newport City-Pasay, celebrates the culinary diversity of the Southeast Asian region through its Southeast Asian Night buffet offering at Cafe Belmont, the hotel's all-day dining restaurant. This offering is available until August 27, 2016 for only P900.00 nett per person.



Whether you are on a business trip or on a vacation in the Philippines, or spending the night in Manila for a connecting flight the following day, Belmont Hotel Manila (check room rates) is your best choice of accommodation for its well appointed rooms at very reasonable prices, and for the convenience of being located right in front of the NAIA Terminal 3.



And during your stay at Belmont Hotel Manila, we highly suggest that you try their weekend themed dinner buffet at Cafe Belmont. The restaurant highlights a featured cuisine every month, and for the months of June, July and August, the theme is Southeast Asian cuisine.



The buffet is divided into four sections: the appetizers, the mains, the desserts, and the fresh fruits. Last weekend, Team PinasMuna was invited by our friends at Belmont Hotel Manila to sample their Southeast Asian Night and here are some of the dishes we tried. Note that the selection of dishes changes every day so some of the dishes here may not be available during your visit.

Chicken Salad (Vietnam)

Pomelo and Turnip Salad (Thailand)
MUST TRY! The Pomelo and Turnip Salad is my personal favorite among the salads. The combination of the pomelo and turnip (jicama) makes this a very refreshing salad. It has a very light sweet-sour dressing while the walnuts provide a contrast in texture and flavor.

Lato Salad (Philippines)

Green Mango and Salted Egg Salad (Philippines)

Laksa (Singapore)
MUST TRY! My top favorite is their Singaporean Laksa which you can customize with your choice of toppings. The broth tasted heavenly spicy, just the way I love it. It's one of the best Laksa I've ever tried here in the Philippines.

Pad Thai (Thailand)

Stir Fried Bok Choy (Malaysian)

Baked Mussels (Philippines)

Lechon Kawali (Philippines)
MUST TRY! The Lechon Kawali is one of the best-sellers from the buffet. This pork dish is also one of the well-loved dishes from Cafe Belmont's a la carte menu because of its flavorful taste and crispiness.

Beef Lok Lak (Cambodia)

Green Chicken Curry (Thailand)

Chili Crabs (Singapore)
MUST TRY! If you love spicy seafood dishes, then you shouldn't miss the Chili Crabs. This is also one of the top favorites by the guests. Perfect with piping hot steamed rice.

Steamed Fish Fillet in Light Soya Sauce (Singapore)

Thit Nuong Xa (Vietnam)

Turon Halo-Halo (Philippines)
MUST TRY! For dessert we recommend the Turon Halo-Halo, a fusion of two Filipino desserts, the turon (banana wrapped in rice paper and fried with caramel) and the halo-halo (mixed tropical fruits and sweets served with shaved ice, sugar and milk).

Pandan Inipit (Philippines)

Coconut Tart (Indonesia)

Crema de Fruta (Philippines)
The Southeast Asian Night themed buffet is available from 6:00pm to 10:00pm on all Fridays and Saturdays of June, July and August 2016. Walk-in guests are welcome, but we highly recommend that you make a prior reservation. To reserve a table, you can call +632-3188888 or email them at fnb.reservations@thebelmonthotels.com.



Belmont Hotel Manila is located along Newport Boulevard inside the Newport City Complex. It is right across the Marriott Grand Ballroom and beside the Shrine of St. Therese of the Child Jesus. The hotel has parking spaces located at basement 2 of the hotel building. If the hotel parking is full, you can park at the steel parking building right beside the hotel.


Belmont Hotel Manila (check room rates)
Newport Boulevard, Newport City Complex, Villamor, Pasay City
Phone Number: +63 (02) 318-8888
Website: www.thebelmonthotels.com
For restaurant reservations: fnb.reservations@thebelmonthotels.com
Facebook: Facebook.com/BelmontHotelsAndResorts
Instagram/Twitter: @Belmont_Manila

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