The Marketplace at Shangri-La Plaza showcases locally sourced food items and more for feasts fit for the season. Food is at the center of every Filipino celebration, especially for the most anticipated holiday of the year – Christmas!Continue reading
The smell of a housewarming is afoot as guests are welcomed to step into the rustic, robust, and contemporary Bake House, Shangri-La at the Fort’s newest dining destination.
Shangri-La at the Fort welcomes a new addition to its dining destinations, the award-winning Sri Lankan seafood concept, Ministry of Crab, Manila.
Discover the flavours of Peru at Samba, with healthy, colorful cuisine inspired by the dishes of South America, Spain and the Philippines.
I am not here to brag about my recent 16 course degustation featuring Pepita’s Lechon and Hey Handsome. I am here to actually give you hope!!! Ready???
Here it goes…
Ms. Dedet De la Fuente will be featuring her signature dishes along side Shangri-La at the Fort’s High Street Cafe famous buffet spread on Mothers’ Day weekend!!!
Let me start this post by saying how much I LOVE mooncakes!!! 🙂 I actually studied making and baking mooncakes, just because I really love these little morsels of goodness.
Shangri-La at the Fort, Manila introduces a modern twist to this traditional Chinese delicacy, by marrying the historical roots with that of current taste and dining trends. Everyone can start enjoying the mooncakes they offer starting September 01, 2017.
It is not everyday one can say that he has been cooked food by the World’s Best Chef, more so TWO of Latin America’s Best Chefs in one night.
The Shangri-La International Festival of Gastronomy comes to Manila for the very first time at Samba in Shangri-La Fort with Chef Mitsuharu Tsumura of Maido, and for one night only cooks together with Chef Virgilio Martinez of Central.