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You Have to Check Out This Indonesian Food Extravaganza Happening at Sofitel

Our mouths are watering!
You Have to Check Out This Indonesian Food Extravaganza Happening at Sofitel
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Our mouths are watering!

Indonesia isn't called the Emerald of the Equator for nothing—in fact, the country is a veritable treasure trove of sights to see and tastes to sample! With that in mind, Sofitel Philippine Plaza Manila brings you Flavors of the World: Indonesia, the lastest in its culinary series designed to cultivate your cultured taste buds.

IMAGE Sofitel Philippine Plaza Manila

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Sofitel presents Chef Pradipta Bayu Primaputra of Hotel Pullman in Jakarta, Indonesia as guest chef for this limited engagement, and there's no one better to take the reins. Chef Pradipta grew up in vibrant Jakarta where his passion for Indonesian cuisine was cultivated. He pursued his love for food with experience enriched by attachments with Ritz Carlton Doha and Culture Royale, the capital’s most prestigious catering company and provider of choice for culinary requirements for dignitaries and state visitors. Chef Pradipta is set to introduce heritage recipes rooted from Javanese, Sumatra, Sulawesi and Balinese cuisine just for you!

IMAGE Sofitel Philippine Plaza Manila

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Craving for some nasi goreng or a plate of satay yet? Got perfectly-cooked beef rendang padang and tumis kacang panjang dan ebi on your mind? Then head on over to Sofitel and celebrate the wonderful flavors of Indonesia as Spiral features an enhanced selection from its Asian stations available for lunch and dinner from March 13 to 19, 2017 with rates at Php2,650nett and Php3,100nett, respectively!

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Take this gastronomic journey one step further and witness Chef Pradipta prepare signature dishes right before your very eyes in the exclusive Chef’s Table! The engagement features a four-course menu including gadogado (fresh boiled vegetables with peanut sauce), sate lilit (lemongrass and prawn sate with sambal matah), soto ayam madura (yellow chicken broth with glass noodle and boiled egg), ayam bakar bumbu rujak with tumis buncis and udang (grilled chicken with coconut, chili and herb, sautéed string bean, prawn, with steamed rice in banana leaf), and kolak pisang with buah segar (stewed banana in brown sugar with sliced fruits). Experience animated dining from the Davao-Boracay Interactive Show Kitchen on the 15th of March 2017 at 6pm. Rate is set at Php4,200nett per person.

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