Afternoon Tea in Manila: Marco Polo Ortigas

* Part 15 of a series *

I’m just so happy that the afternoon tea culture is alive and flourishing here in Manila. After all, sharing afternoon tea is really a most wonderful way to catch up with tea-loving friends. It’s only been a few months since Marco Polo Ortigas launched its afternoon tea set but it has already earned quite a number of fans, myself included.

afternoon tea

For my pre-birthday treat I invited my dear friend to join me for tea in Marco Polo. It’s the first time for both of us to set foot in the newly-rated five-star hotel so we tried to manage our expectations. Afternoon tea is served at the Connect Lounge on the 24th floor with a panoramic view of the concrete jungle that is Ortigas.  The lounge is relatively small but it is very bright and invitingly cozy.

delightful

Available from 2:00 to 6:00 p.m. daily, this highly satisfying set for two persons costs only P788 nett. You get two pots of tea of your choice from German tea brand Ronnefeldt. The three-tiered tray carries scones accompanied by clotted cream and jam, savory sandwiches (I totally enjoyed them) and assorted sweets. Just when we thought it was already complete, we got more.

chocolate fondant and fruit sherbet

The sherbet was visually arresting and came as a pleasant surprise in a bowl with colored liquid underneath (something like liquid ice or liquid nitrogen???). But I guess our favorite surprise was the pair of chocolate fondant that even came with vanilla cream sauce and chocolate sauce. I don’t know why it’s called fondant but it’s akin to a molten lava cake that’s so decadent it’s….ahhh… unforgettable! The dessert is broiled only upon order of an afternoon tea set so it takes a while to be served but it’s so worth the wait, I tell you.

at Connect Lounge

Marco Polo Ortigas‘ afternoon tea offering is easily one of the most enjoyable, most carefully thought of ensemble of delectable treats. It’s a feast for the eyes as well as the tastebuds.

“I like tea so much that I’m considering changing my name to Bergamot so that I can exist in a perpetual state of Earl Grey contentment.” — Fennel Hudson

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My Top Salad Picks

Ever have one of those days when all you want to eat is a salad? Oh, I loooooove ’em vegetable salads! I can eat ’em every single day. And it’s not because I’m a fan of healthy eating — I could never be a vegetarian even if my life depended on it. I just really love salads! There are so many possibilities, so many things you can toss in a salad to make it even more delicious. Just the thought of it already excites me and makes my mouth water. Here are some of my unforgettable salad favorites:

Ippudo’s Fried Chicken Skin Salad (P220)

As I’ve said, I’m not a healthy eater so yes, I totally dig this combination of salad greens and sinful, lip-smacking fried chicken skin. It also has cherry tomatoes and shio tamago plus a blend of shoyu dressing and mildly spicy mayo sauce. This salad rocks!

Fried Chicken Skin Salad

UCC Seafood Salad (P350)

For me, this salad is a complete meal in itself. It’s very filling and super yummy! A hearty mix of salad greens, tomatoes, cucumber, corn, ebiko, kani, breaded scallops and prawns served with a creamy Japanese dressing, it’s one salad that seafood lovers will truly enjoy.

UCC Seafood Salad

UMU’s Kani Sarada (P480)

My number one favorite Japanese restaurant, UMU in Dusit Thani Manila, serves kani salad in a unique way: the crabstick is rolled in lettuce and then in very thin rice paper, thus resembling summer rolls. It comes with a side of creamy vinaigrette that really whets the appetite. So good.

Kani Sarada

Le Petit Souffle’s Sesame Crusted Tuna Salad (P345)

When my daughter saw me writing this blog post, she reminded me to include her favorite salad from French-Japanese restaurant, Le Petit Souffle. And I said, “But of course!” We’re both crazy about this Sesame Crusted Tuna Salad because everything about it brings so much happiness. Seared tuna loin, garden greens, shimeji mushrooms, tobiko, and bonito flakes served with sesame-wasabi dressing. We’re hooked!

Sesame Crusted Tuna Salad

Victorino’s Ilocos Ensalada (P250)

Victorino’s in Tomas Morato, Quezon City specializes in Ilocano regional cuisine and this Ilocos Ensalada is the restaurant’s own take on Caesar salad. Anyone who knows me on a very personal level knows that Caesar salad is my default order in many restaurants. This version is topped with crumbled bagnet instead of bacon and the dressing is deliciously creamy.

Ilocos Ensalada

Hungry for a salad yet?

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Chinese Afternoon Tea in Makati Shangri-La

For a limited time only, Makati Shangri-La offers a Chinese Afternoon Tea in addition to its regular, bestselling afternoon tea fare. Two of my high school friends and I had a little get-together the other day, and I thought it was the perfect opportunity to try the hotel’s seasonal offering. Although none of us is of Chinese descent, we acknowledge that Chinese cuisine is already very much a part of our Filipino [food] culture.

Chinese Afternoon Tea

We had come from a light lunch at a Thai restaurant in the adjacent mall, then we proceeded to the hotel for afternoon tea. My friends were so delighted to watch and listen to the orchestra playing love songs as we sat and waited at the Lobby Lounge for the tea set to arrive. The soothing violin and piano sounds added so much to the enchanting ambience of the place. Soon enough, afternoon tea was served on our table for three.

Makati Shangri-La

There’s a wooden tray loaded with dim sum, a plate of jelly in the shape of two fish positioned in opposite directions, and a pot of our choice of tea (my balikbayan friend chose the rose lychee tea and it was fabulous!). Dim sum — those bite-sized portions of food — is an important component of Chinese cuisine. They can be sweet or savory and come in a wide variety of dishes. Part of the set were mooncakes, char siu bao (baked pork barbecue buns), mantou (plain steamed buns), egg tarts, lo mai gai (lotus leaf rice), bean-filled pastries and sesame seed balls. Everything was nice except for the mantou (those purple buns in the photo), which should have at least come with condensed milk or something for dipping. I guess our favorite was the lo mai gai or the steamed sticky rice with chicken and mushrooms wrapped in lotus leaf. It’s so delicious that my friend wants to eat one again.

Makati Shangri-La‘s Chinese Afternoon Tea is priced at P920++ and is available until January 28 only. My friends and I agreed that it was a truly wonderful experience and it made our get-together a very memorable one.

“The Chinese say it’s better to be deprived of food for 3 days than tea for one.” — Khaled Hosseini, A Thousand Splendid Suns

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Matcha Madness

Even way before powedered green tea or matcha became a fad, it had already won me over with its earthy, bittersweet taste. I believe it all started with a sip of Starbucks’ Green Tea Cream Frappuccino some 9 or 10 years ago. Since then I’ve fallen madly in love with matcha and have been constantly craving its unique flavor. Here’s a round-up of some of my favorite matcha-flavored treats that I’ve discovered in the metro:

1) Matcha Velvet Cake (P235++) from Holiday Inn & Suites Makati combines the distinctive flavor of matcha with the milky sweetness of white chocolate.

Matcha Velvet Cake from Holiday Inns & Suites Makati

Matcha Velvet Cake

2) Matcha Parfait (P195) from Le Petit Souffle is a green tea lover’s dream-come-true: soft-serve matcha ice cream, green tea jelly, green tea mochi, KitKat green tea, azuki and chocolate-covered pretzel sticks. It’s definitely one of the most heavenly concoctions I’ve ever tasted!

Matcha Parfait

Matcha Parfait

3) Matcha Mille Crepe (P225 per slice) from Paper Moon Cafe has that addictive earthy, bittersweet taste of powdered green tea perfectly balanced with deliciously light and delicate cream in between layers of paper-thin crepes.

Matcha Mille Crepe

Matcha Mille Crepe

4) Matcha Bingsu (P270) from Hobing Korean Dessert Cafe is a shaved ice dessert that’s so light and very refreshing. The ice is so fine, it reminds me so much of snow. I totally enjoyed its milky matcha flavor, the mochi toppings plus the cashew and almonds (not so much the azuki or red beans but they really blended well the matcha).

Matcha Bingsu

Matcha Bingsu

5) Baskin Robbins’ Green Tea Ice Cream is the closest that I could find to Haagen-Dazs‘ version and I’m hooked. Just the right creaminess and bittersweetness, it’s insanely delicious!

green tea ice cream

green tea ice cream

But did you know that something so delicious can also pack a lot of health benefits? Aside from having higher amounts of anti-oxidants more than any other superfood, matcha also helps speed up the metabolism and burn calories. It prevents certain diseases, lowers cholesterol and blood sugar levels. Plus it is rich in fiber, vitamins and minerals like zinc, magnesium and selenium thereby strengthening the immune system.

Knowing all the health benefits now, wouldn’t you like to indulge in some matcha goodness today?

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Azure Urban Resort Residences

My good friend and high school classmate Abigail owns a unit at Azure Urban Resort Residences just off the Bicutan Exit in Paranaque. It’s a sprawling 6-hectare property right next to SM Bicutan and is owned and managed by Century Properties. Thanks to dear Abigail, my daughter and I had a wonderful opportunity to experience this resort-themed complex earlier this year but I’m sharing it now with those who are looking for a quick getaway this “sembreak” season.

urban getaway

urban hideaway

Azure offers first-rate amenities for its residents and guests. Right now it has completed 7 residential towers named after famous resort towns/cities all over the world: Maldives, Maui, Rio, Miami, St. Tropez, Santorini and Positano. Two more towers are still being built to complete the posh community. Aside from those condominium buildings, Azure also boasts of the luxurious Paris Beach Club named after its celebrity designer/endorser, Paris Hilton; a beach bar; male and female spa; an indoor restaurant; al fresco dining; gym, movie room; children’s playroom; and function rooms.

the resort facility

the resort facility

Certainly the best thing about this property is the resort facility, which includes a man-made white sand beach, a huge wave pool, a 25-meter lap pool, a beach volleyball court, a beach playground, and a beach bar right smack in the middle of it all. Once you step into the water, it’s almost impossible for you to want to step out. It’s just so much F-U-N!!!

the beach playground

the beach playground

Kids and grown-ups alike will definitely enjoy this oasis in the city. You get the feeling of being out of town without really leaving town. Honestly, our Azure escape was one of our best weekend getaways this year.

AZURE Beach lovers

AZURE Beach lovers

So in case you’re looking for a pocket vacation within the metro, something nice and fun to do with the kids, you might want to consider getting away from it all for a day or two at Azure Urban Resort Residences. My friend’s studio unit with a fantastic beach front view is being rented out for a very reasonable rate of P2,500/night.

studio unit with kitchen and bath

studio unit with kitchen and shower room

For inquiries and bookings, please contact Ms. Jalin Lim at 0916 537 2787.

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A Taste of Vietnam

Planning a trip to Vietnam for the first time? Be sure to include the following on your “EAT LIST“:

1) Cha gio truyen thong (traditional style spring rolls with pork and shrimp)

My introduction to Vietnamese cuisine came 15 years ago by way of my Vietnamese friends who even taught me how to prepare cha gio. That’s why these Vietnamese spring rolls conjure up fond memories for me.  Usually made with ground pork, shrimp, vermicelli (or glass) noodles, carrots and wood-ear mushrooms and wrapped in rice paper, they are then deep-fried for that definitive crunch. The rolls are served as appetizers and come with a nuoc cham dip that heightens the flavors. They’re my favorite!

cha gio truyen thong

cha gio truyen thong

2) Bánh mì

Banh mi is the general term for all types of bread in Vietnam. However, it has also become synonymous with Vietnamese-style sandwiches. These delightfully meaty, heavenly sandwiches are obviously a result of French colonization — a combination of French and Vietnamese ingredients: baguette, pâté, mayonnaise, cold cuts, cilantro, cucumber, carrots… anything, really! Just stuff it all in. I bought banh mi from a sidewalk vendor and it tasted a-m-a-z-i-n-g! The baguette‘s crisp exterior and soft, light interior held the tastiest fillings one could ever imagine. So good, I loved it.

banh mi

banh mi

3) Com ga tay cam

This dish is simply called chicken rice in clay pot, a palatable one-dish meal that’s as comforting as it is satisfying. What I loved about it are the mushrooms and bamboo shoots. I miss it already. This was my very first meal in Saigon and I had it plus those 2 appetizers (pickled veggies and grilled pork in steamed rice paper rolls), iced tea and dessert for only VND 78,000 [equivalent to about 160 pesos]. Great value for money!

com ga tay cam

com ga tay cam

4) Com tam

The literal translation of com tam is “cooked broken rice.” The broken rice refers to the small, imperfect grains of rice that have been left over from the milling process. Since they are hard to sell, the locals just created a dish that makes use of these imperfect rice grains. Com tam is one of the most traditional dishes in Southern Vietnam and it can be eaten for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Usually paired with tender grilled pork and fried egg, com tam is reminiscent of our very own tapsilog or tosilog. It is available in street eateries as well as in posh restaurants. I had really good com tam in Mojo, one of the dining outlets in the luxurious Sheraton Saigon Hotel.

com tam

com tam

5) Banh lot hat luu nuoc dua

I’m not even sure if I got the name right, but if this refreshing dessert looks familiar to you that’s because it’s very similar to our halo-halo. Only instead of evaporated milk they use coconut milk, and instead of shaved ice they use tube ice or ice cubes. But the effect is pretty much the same.

che (dessert)

che (dessert)

This last bit is not a food item, but when in Vietnam, one must try Vietnamese-style coffee. Vietnamese people are very passionate about and proud of their coffee — and who can blame them? Next to rice, coffee is their second largest export. It is a major industry. There are coffee shops everywhere you go in Vietnam, on every street and every corner. I’m a loyal tea drinker but during my short visit to Saigon, I also drank lots of coffee, both hot and iced. It has an intense flavor tempered only by the addition of condensed milk, but I mean, a trip to Vietnam will never be complete without experiencing its number one beverage.

iced coffee and drip coffee

iced coffee and drip coffee

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My Saigon Sojourn

To be perfectly candid, Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam was never on my list of dream travel destinations (and I do have quite a long list). It was certainly never part of my travel plans, but it seems that fate (or Instagram) knew better and now I’m so glad I was able to spend 3 nights there.

Ho Chi Minh City, still more popularly known as Saigon, may not be the capital city but it is definitely the largest and the economic center of Vietnam. The city is, in fact, subdivided into 24 districts: 5 of them rural and 19 urban districts. Where I stayed at was the busiest, and probably the wealthiest, zone called District 1 (Quan 1). It is where InterContinental Asiana Saigon (my home for 2 nights and the reason for this trip) is located. Just across the street from the hotel is the Saigon Book Street on Nguyen Van Bình — a short, tree-lined stretch of pedestrian road that has rows of small book shops and cafes celebrating bibliophiles. It’s only 144 meters long and it’s one of the attractions that I loved the most about the city. I must’ve passed there about ten times during my 3-day stay. I was able to buy a copy of The Little Prince in Vietnamese for my collection, a lantern for my sister and some postcards for my friends. I loved this street!

Saigon Book Street

Saigon Book Street

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Nguyen Van Binh

Just past the book street is the imposing Notre-Dame Cathedral Basilica of Saigon, an architectural gem with its two bell towers and a neo-Romanesque design. It was built starting in 1863 and was completed 17 years later in 1880. It is the only remaining bastion of Catholicism in the predominantly Buddhist country.

Notre-Dame Cathedral Basilica of Saigon

Notre-Dame Cathedral Basilica of Saigon

Notre-Dame Cathedral Basilica of Saigon

Notre-Dame Cathedral Basilica of Saigon

A few meters away from the Basilica is the Saigon Central Post Office, which is also considered a popular tourist attraction because of its French colonial architecture. Aside from the mail center, it houses a couple of souvenir shops and some travel kiosks where tourists can book a variety of city tour packages. I was able to mail a handful of postcards to some of my friends around the globe. A few made it to their destinations while the others did not. *sigh*

Saigon Central Post Office

Saigon Central Post Office

One of the best things I did on my trip was the Saigon River Dinner Cruise, which my Vietnamese friend arranged for me via Saigon Tourist. The whole package cost me almost one million dong (equivalent to a little over P2,000.00) but it was definitely worth the price tag. It was inclusive of a private van, a friendly tour guide, a traditional water puppet show, an hour-and-a-half river cruise onboard Indochina Junk boat, and a very satisfying seven-course dinner. It was amaaaaaaazing!!!

view from the dinner cruise

view from the dinner cruise

I had a pretty awesome time just strolling the streets of Saigon while pausing to take photos and just taking all the scenery in. I found the city relatively clean and safe, despite its population of over 10 million. Dong Khoi Street is at the heart of the commercial district, considered as the affluent area and is home to numerous hotels, malls, designer shops, restaurants and old colonial buildings such as the City Hall and the Opera House.

Dong Khoi Street

Dong Khoi Street

Saigon Opera House and Caravelle Hotel

Saigon Opera House and Caravelle Hotel

Truly, my Saigon sojourn is an experience that I will fondly remember and I am grateful that the universe conspired to make it happen.

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InterContinental Asiana Saigon

Barely two months after I signed up on Instagram, I already won a prize from a photo contest there. It was sponsored by InterContinental Manila before it closed down at the end of last year. The contest was called “Memories at InterCon Manila” and I joined, only hoping to win the secondary prize of an overnight stay in any IHG property in the Philippines. But fate (or Instagram) had a better plan for me and I ended up winning the grand prize of a two-night stay at an InterCon hotel in Vietnam. It was a choice between InterContinental Asiana Saigon and InterContinental Hanoi Westlake. I chose the former because I was of the impression that my Vietnamese friends live in Saigon. (I was wrong. Three of them live in Hanoi.) Well, anyway….

complimentary stay

complimentary stay

After I received my prize voucher, I proceeded to buy a plane ticket to Ho Chi Minh City from the Travel Tour Expo at the SMX Mall of Asia last February. (I have my dearest husband to thank for fully supporting all of my travel plans.) The line at the expo was awfully long, but it was worth it in the end because I got a huge discount. I booked my flight for April, when school is officially out for my daughter Bea. She didn’t want to go to Vietnam with me, though, so it was my younger sister Peachy who tagged along.

InterContinental Asiana Saigon is situated approximately 7 kilometers away from the Tân Son Nhat International Airport. It has reaped various awards such as Asia’s Leading City Hotel and Vietnam’s Leading Conference Hotel. The 21-story hotel is centrally located in District 1 and is very near important landmarks in Saigon just like the Notre-Dame Cathedral, the Central Post Office, the City Hall and Saigon Book Street.

Compared with other hotels, InterCon Saigon‘s lobby is not that impressive. It’s actually very simple with a very modern Asian flair.

lobby

lobby

Our Deluxe Room was very spacious and cozy with a nice, huge bathroom. The bed can comfortably fit 3 adults and a pillow menu is available.

Room 811

Room 811

Before going to Saigon, I did a lot of research and found many blog reviews that raved about the buffet breakfast at the hotel’s Market 39 restaurant. Some said that even the locals love to have breakfast there. I agree that the food’s really good but then my expectations were set so high. Sometimes it’s better to just keep the expectations at a reasonably low level.

Market 39

Market 39

my breakfast

my breakfast

My favorite part of the hotel though is its swimming pool on the 3rd level. It’s so WONDERFUL! I loved that I peacefully swam there for 2 mornings, enjoyed the perfectly warm water while I prayed and thanked my Creator for blessing me with this trip. I am so grateful.

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Of course, the InterCon global brand of hospitality is at its finest in InterCon Saigon. Everyone was very warm and friendly and they can speak good English, too.

Thank you, InterContinental Asiana Saigon for a most memorable and splendid stay!

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8th of March

Out of all the 365 or 366 days in a year, March 8 was declared International Women’s Day [IWD]. I wonder why. From my research I learned that the first IWD was commemorated in only a few European countries on March 19, 1911. In 1913, they changed the global date to March 8 but I only became aware of this annual event several years ago.  It’s so easy for me to remember it because, as it happens, my birthday also falls on the same day. This year, on my 42nd birthday, I decided to celebrate a day early with these amazing women, my good friends:

Happy International Women's Day!

Happy International Women’s Day!

We just had a simple pizza-pasta-cake-and-tea lunch at one of my all-time favorite places to eat, the very charming and very feminine Cafe Mary Grace in Greenbelt 2.

yummy pasta dishes

yummy pasta dishes

We immensely enjoyed the Chorizo & Basil Pizza (P508) with its perfect crust and the right blend of flavors. Then we shared three delicious pasta dishes: Classic Carbonara (P290), Seafood Pasta (P320) and Pasta Amatriciana with Italian Meatballs (P290). They were all lovely. But for me, the best part was my customized birthday cake, which I ordered exactly a week in advance.

Caramel anlla Bean Cake

Caramel Vanilla Bean Cake

This Caramel Vanilla Bean Cake adorned with blue and yellow icing flowers was quite expensive at over P2,000 but I knew I would regret it if I didn’t order one. It was absolutely scrumptious! Very light vanilla chiffon layered with luscious homemade caramel covered in vanilla bean frosting and finished with caramelized flakes. It made me so happy!

cake all you need

cake is all you need

Cheers to all the women, to girl power, to friendships and to great food!

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Discovery Primea

Last February 15, Discovery Primea marked the first anniversary since it officially opened its doors in 2015. I just realized that I have not posted about our family’s staycation experience in this luxury hotel located at 6749 Ayala Avenue in Makati. I only blogged about Discovery Primea‘s afternoon tea service but never got around to writing about the hotel itself. Well, I guess now is the time.

Towering at 68 stories high — in fact, it is visible even all the way from our Service Road in Pasay City — Discovery Primea has 141 rooms available for short hotel stays as well as for long-term residential use. From the moment we entered the hotel’s driveway, I already observed a gesture from the staff which, it turns out, is their signature hand gesture in the entire establishment: right hand placed over the left portion of the chest. It signifies warm and heartfelt service.  True enough, while waiting for our 2-bedroom suite to be ready, we were given these refreshing welcome drinks.

welcome drinks

welcome drinks

When we went up to our suite a moment later, surprise sweet treats greeted us on the dining table. There was a whole birthday cake for my mother-in-law (the reason for our weekend staycation) and there were also some cupcakes, brownies, fruit tarts and chocolate along with a welcome card signed by the hotel’s general manager.

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kitchen/dining area

It seemed that upon booking, the hotel staff went through my Twitter account and discovered my juvenile activities there (i.e., fangirling over One Direction), hence the personalized cupcakes. Oh, by the way, I hate Zayn Malik.

welcome treats

welcome treats

This is the spacious living area of our suite, our home for 2 nights —

living room

living room

And this is the main bedroom of our 2-bedroom Primea Suite —

master bedroom

main bedroom

The Primea Suite has a floor area of 94 square meters and offers all the comforts of a real home: 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, living room with study, fully-furnished kitchen (complete with Tefal pots and pans), full-sized refrigerator, a Nespresso machine, high-speed internet, 46″ LED television set, 19″ TV in the bathroom, even a washing machine and dryer. The hotel also boasts of a gym, a chapel (!), a spa and a heated swimming pool overlooking the Makati skyline.

swimming pool by day

swimming pool by day

swimming pool by night

swimming pool by night

Aside from the prime location, exemplary service, topnotch amenities, and elegant yet cozy rooms, the thing that I enjoyed the most in Discovery Primea was the food.  With Executive Chef Luis Chikiamco at the helm, Primea‘s food and beverage outlets offer the best in hotel dining. We had lunch at Restaurant Tapenade, which specializes in Mediterranean cuisine. The term tapenade [tah – peh – nad] refers to “a Provençal dish consisting of puréed or finely chopped olives, capers, anchovies, and olive oil.” From the menu, we tried the Moroccan Gambas, Garlic Mushrooms, and Baklava. I also availed myself of the unique all-you-can-eat Salad Room feature (P690++), which is literally a small room for appetizers and salads. It was amazing.

some of the Salad Room's offerings

some of the Salad Room’s offerings

yum

yum

Breakfast at Tapenade was also delightful because aside from the bread/spread/cheese buffet, guests can also choose from a selection of gourmet breakfast fares like the Australian Wagyu Beef Tapa (which my husband had for 2 consecutive mornings), Lucban Longganisa Picadillo, Primea Eggs Benedict and Ricotta Pancakes.

Ricotta Pancakes and Bacon

Ricotta Pancakes and Bacon

It’s been six months since we stayed in Discovery Primea but the fact that I can still rave about the food we ate there tells you something. It’s a gastronomic weekend that’s quite hard to forget.

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