Win free Asian family trips at Novotel Manila Araneta Center’s Asian Street Food Festival
In celebration of the 50th anniversary of ASEAN that was founded in 1967 – a community focused on economic integration and growth, and consensus-building, Novotel Manila Araneta Center a midscale AccorHotels brand launches the much awaited Asian Street Food Festival from August 17 to September 3 at the hotel’s all day dining restaurant Food Exchange Manila.
Feast on the culinary treats of 8 Asian countries of Thailand, India, Korea, Japan, Philippines, Vietnam, Singapore and China showcasing only the bestselling street foods authentically prepared by notable Asian chefs for both buffet lunch and buffet dinner to name a few are – Chef Aof Suwannalert from Thailand to showcase Pad Thai, stir-fried rice noodle with scrambled egg, napa and red cabbage, citrus, peanuts, Asian sprouts, green onions and cilantro, Kha Moo Palo, an all-time Thai favorite pork stew with eggs and mushrooms, Tong Muan Sod (Thai Fried Crepe), freshly rolled wafer of coconut cream, eggs, sesame seeds and tapioca flour, Tom Yum Goong, a popular Thai hot and sour soup with shrimp and prawns plus more Thai street food favorites; Chef Michael Kim to feature Korean street food hits like Soe-Galbi Jin, a mouthwatering beef stew with mushrooms, radish, carrots and Gingko nut, Jjimdak, a popular Korean braised chicken, originated in the city of Andong, Korea with savoury, mildly salty and sweet with a subtle spicy kick, Braised Mackarel with Kimchi, Japchae, number one sought after dish during Korean festive holidays of stir-fried glass noodle with meat and vegetables, Kimchi Pajeon, Mayak Kimbap, Mandoo, Sigeumchi-Namul, Miyeok Muchim, Miyeokguk and more; Celebrity Chef Sau Del Rosario’s Singaporean, Vietnamese and Malaysian cuisine takes like Penag Rojak, Vietnamese Fresh-Spring Rolls, Gado-Gado with Spicy Peanut Sauce, Laksa, Bakuteh, Beef Rendang Padang, Hainanese Chicken, Char Kway Teow, Bami Goreng and more; Indian Chef Rajan Veeranan showcases his hometown’s famous street foods like Papri Chaat, a crisp fried dough wafers with boiled chick peas, boiled potatoes, yogurt and tamarind chutney topped with chaat masala and sev, Pani Puri, round puffed balls filled with potato mixture and served with sweet and tangy pani, Somasas, Mumbai Vada Pav, an Indian Street food made by stuffing deep fried potato fritters in lightly toasted buns and served with spicy chutneys, assorted Pakodas and more; Chef CJ Takajama of Japanese section offers assorted sushi and sashimi, authentically made soba, freshly made Takoyaki and more; and Chef Edwin Infante heirloom Filipino recipes such as Grilled Chicken Inasal, Sisig, Crispy Lechon Belly and more.
To top it all, diners of Asian Street Food Festival at Food Exchange Manila from August 17 to September 3 can win 4 days 3 nights stay in participating AccorHotels’ Asian properties such as – Novotel Singapore Clarke Quay, Novotel Saigon Center, Novotel Bangkok Platinum Pratunam, Mercure Tokyo Ginza, Novotel Ambassador Seoul Gangnam and Novotel Manila Araneta Center, plus round trip air fares for 2 to Incheon Korea courtesy of Cebu Pacific, terms and conditions apply. Asian Street Food Festival at Food Exchange Manila buffet rates are Php 1,299 nett during weekdays for both lunch and dinner and Php 1,499 nett for weekends and public holidays.
Novotel Manila Araneta Center is strategically situated inside Araneta Center and just few steps away from shopping malls, entertainment centers, Araneta Coliseum and business offices. For more information and reservations, please call (02) 990 7888 or email [email protected]. To know more about Novotel Manila Araneta Center, visit www.novotel.com or www.accorhotels.com.