In celebration of the festive season, Mandarin Oriental, Manila invites guests to indulge in “Paskuhan sa Paseo Uno”, a true feast for the senses as celebrity chef Ed Quimson and Booj Supe, Master Chef Patron and Chef Patron respectively of M Fine Foods, take over the Asian kitchen of Paseo Uno from December 5 to 18. The guest chefs prepare delectable holiday treats for a traditional Filipino Christmas food festival for both lunch and dinner.
Chef Ed Quimson, no stranger to the hotel having had a successful promotion three years ago in Paseo Uno, returns to showcase his Filipino-Spanish heritage in his signature dishes. A stalwart of slow food, Chef Ed incorporates traditional Pinoy home cooking with Spanish influence. “Filipino food is so diverse and flavorful and we are incredibly excited to bring Chef Ed’s specialties to Paseo Uno this Christmas season, just in time for festive gatherings and family reunions with balikbayans,” says Director of Food and Beverage Chico Angeles.
Chef Ed considers his passion for cooking as a legacy from his grandmother Dona Consuelo Tuason Quimson, with whom he shared well-spent moments in the family kitchen as early as five years old.. He started cooking professionally at 17, although was already preparing the family dinner at age 11.
“We look forward to again working with Chef Ed,” notes Executive Chef Rene Ottlik “and present to our diners his divine recipes that are as rich in taste as they are in tradition.”Diners can look forward to lining up at the carving station for the succulent Lechong Cebu, Crispy Pork Belly, and Braised Beef Belly Adobo. Other specialty favorites in the menu include Suha Salad, Tortang Alimasag with Fresh Lumpia Sauce, Paella Tinola, Tinapa Pate served with Melba Toast, Kilawin na Tangigue with Gata in Wanton Cups, and Crispy Kare-Kare. Also on the menu are more than a half dozen of mouth-watering Filipino desserts, including Palitaw filled with Langka, Halo-halo Bar with Gata and Moscovado, and Pastillas de Leche Cheesecake.
The exquisite buffet spread, which highlights our country’s much-loved holiday dishes, is priced at Php 1,650+ while Friday and Saturday dinner is priced at P2,200+ inclusive of Paseo Uno’s Luxury Buffet
For more information on “Paskuhan sa Paseo Uno”, email email@example.com; to make a reservation, call Paseo Uno on (02) 750-8888.
For more information, contact
Charisse G Chuidian
Director of Communications
Mandarin Oriental, Manila
Tel 857 4767 (direct); 750 8888
Facsimile: 857 4725 (direct)