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Marriott Cafe’s buffet is made even safer

Plus the other hotel restaurants are now reopening 

Loads of things have changed in the way we dine outside. Limited seatings, strict hygiene protocols, and all the fuss about wearing protective gear are taking the fun out eating out. While many are adapting to delivery services and to-go meals, others are taking the extra steps to invite their guests back to their restaurants and create an enjoyable dining experience despite the pandemic. Among them is Marriot Cafè. 

Enjoy your buffet favorites once again just like you used to but made even safer. Manila Marriott’s all-day dining restaurant opens its doors with an eat-all-you-can a la carte dining concept from live cooking stations to platters. Indulge in all the finest dishes you missed from savory carvings such as crispy pork belly and ribeye steak, finest seafood selections from mud crab to tiger prawns, cheese and charcuterie to cuisine from all around the world prepared by Manila Marriott’s culinary team. 

Apart from Marriott Café, guests can also savor authentic Cantonese dishes once again at Man Ho, enjoy Certified Angus and Wagyu steaks at Cru Steakhouse, have a drink at the Still Bar, or the Greatroom—all are open daily.

Celebrations and intimate gatherings are also made safe, convenient, and enjoyable with the restaurant’s private dining rooms perfect for a gourmet feast to be shared with those closest to you. To add to the excitement, a 30 percent discount will be given to Club Marriott members, 20 percent to Marriott Bonvoy members and all frontliners for the whole month of October. 

Guided by the brand’s strong Commitment to Clean, stringent health and safety protocols are observed to ensure the well-being of all diners. Careful and frequent disinfection and sanitation, sneeze guards, social distancing practices, QR-code enabled menu, and contactless payment via Paymaya and GCash are some of the best practices of the hotel.

Marriott Café is open for lunch from 12 p.m. to 3 p.m. (Monday to Saturday) and dinner from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. (Monday to Sunday) at P1,700++, and Sunday Lunch 12 p.m. to 3 p.m. for P1,988++. Prior reservation is encouraged but walk-ins will be allowed. Regular a la carte is also available. Eatigo, Senior Citizen and PWD, and Resorts World Manila discount also applies.  

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Source: Manila Bulletin (https://mb.com.ph/2020/10/11/marriott-cafes-buffet-is-made-even-safer/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=marriott-cafes-buffet-is-made-even-safer)

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