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Marriott Manila Spreads Bounteous Luck this Year of the Fire Rooster

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Treasure and Tradition
In celebration of the biggest festival in the Chinese Lunar calendar, Marriott Manila ushers in the Year of the Fire Rooster with a chest box filled with three traditional delicacies: Tikoy (Nian Gao), Radish Cake (Lo Bak Go), and Taro Cake (Wu Tao Gao). 

Executive Chinese Law Wui Wing made sure these delicacies are prepared in the most flavorful and authentic way. The round-shaped 750-gram Tikoy, with a classic sweet taste symbolic to the Chinese culture as it means “higher year”, attracts wealth and luck throughout the year. Likewise, the 500-gram radish and taro cake slices are made using prime ingredients from Hong Kong. These cakes signify good fortune and prosperity.



The elegant red oriental box—whether shared to others as it symbolizes an abundance of luck and prosperity, or placed at the center of your New Year celebration—is available for only Php 1,388 at Marriott Café Bakery, Crema, and the newly-opened Man Ho Chinese restaurant.

Man Ho’s Feast of Go…

Dine, Drink, and Be Pampered Like Ms. Universe at Marriott Hotel Manila

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Are you confidently beautiful with a heart? If you are, mark your calendars because as early as January 16, you can dine, drink, and be pampered like a beauty queen at Marriott Hotel Manila!

A Taste of the Universe at Marriott Café
Have a taste of the best cuisines the universe has to offer at Marriott Café. In addition to the splendid array of food in its numerous stations, Marriott Café is offering a taste of the countries that brought home the coveted crown: Mexico’s grilled skirt steaks with tortilla and guacamole, Angola’s arroz de coco e papaia with piri-piri marinated shrimps (rice with papaya and coconut milk), USA’s Texas style BBQ ribs with Mac and Cheese, Venezuela’s Chivo en Coco (goat in coconut stew with rice and fried plantains), Colombia’s Tamales with Hogao (marinated pork wrapped in corn meal with Colombian tomato salsa), and Philippines’ Binacol (chicken soup cooked in tamarind and coconut juice). Great conversations with your family, friends, or business partners w…