Cantonese and Indian Buffet Food Festival at The Cafe, HYATT City of Dreams Manila

Thursday, June 09, 2016
I will be writing about the buffet at The Cafe of Hyatt City of Dreams Manila soon because its awesomeness in terms of food quality, service, and price merits its own blog post. For now, this is all about the Cantonese and Indian Food Festival which will be happening at Hyatt - definitely one of the many reasons why you should visit them soon.

Aptly tagged as a Celebration of Two Asian Culinary Traditions, the Cantonese Food Festival and the Indian Food Festival will be happening on June 14 to 19, 2016 and July 14 to 24, 2016 respectively.

Cantonese and Indian Buffet Food Festival at The Cafe of HYATT City of Dreams Manila, Buffet at The Cafe Hyatt COD Rates Blog Review Website Facebook Instagram Twitter YedyLicious Manila Food Blog
This celebration holds the promise of inviting guests and diners at The Cafe to embark on a gustatory journey, a delicious road that leads to China and India. So if you love Cantonese and Indian Cuisines, there is not reason for you to be  missing this especially that the buffet rate at The Cafe of Hyatt is surprisingly affordable.


Food Festival at The Hyatt City of Dreams Manila
I always love Indian Cuisines ever since former colleagues introduced the wonderful world of Indian food to me and Cantonese Cuisine although has constant presence in my life since Chinese blood runs in the family, it is still one of those food which I cannot get enough of.

So I am really excite for the consecutive months wherein The Cafe of Hyatt will be having this food festival. It is true that these festival will run only for a week in their respective time frames, but we can always cross our fingers for extension, right? Because who knows? 

Cantonese and Indian Buffet Food Festival at The Cafe of HYATT City of Dreams Manila, Buffet at The Cafe Hyatt COD Rates Blog Review Website Facebook Instagram Twitter YedyLicious Manila Food Blog
Cantonese Food Festival at The Cafe of Hyatt City of Dreams Manila (June 14 to June 19, 2016) 
The Cantonese Food Festival is poised to showcase delicious flavors where Cantonese cuisine is rooted from - the region of Guangdong, China. This festival is made possible by a collaboration between Hyatt City of Dreams Manila and Hyatt Regency Dongguan.

Cantonese Food Festival at Hyatt Hotel COD Manila
Lechon Macau, Peking Duck, Ribs, Hyatt Buffet
Two Cantonese chefs namely chef Xi Qing Hui and chef Zhao Pan Fei will be joining The Cafe team in creating mild, fresh, and natural Cantonese flavors for the festival. This will ensure that the diners will be savoring authentic Cantonese cuisine at best.

Shrimp with Vermicelli at Hyatt Buffet COD Manila
Some of the dishes which will be featured during the Cantonese Festival at The Cafe of Hyatt City of Dreams Manila includes Pork Asado, Ribs, Crispy Pork Macau Style, Stir-fried Vermicelli with prawns, Sweet and Sour Pork, and Stir-fried Snapper Fillet in XO Sauce. 

These dishes are just few of them as there will be lots of other Cantonese dishes which will be gracing the buffet spread on the festival.

Stir Fried Snapper Fillet at Hyatt Buffet COD Manila
Sweet and Sour Pork at Hyatt Buffet COD Manila
Indian Food Festival at The Cafe of Hyatt City of Dreams Manila (July 17 to 24, 2016)

Come July, it is the beautiful and complex flavor of Indian cuisine which will be highlighted during the festival. It will be literally a feast of aroma and flavors as we all know how grandiose Indian cuisines is. 

This time around, Chef Ajith Kumar from Hyatt Regency Gurgaon in New Delhi India who will be joining the Hyatt City of Dreams Manila in creating delicious Indian food particularly those of the South Indian thali.

Indian Food Festival at The Cafe of Hyatt City of Dreams Manila
Some of the Indian cuisines which the diners will get to enjoy include some cold appetizers such as Chana Chaat, a delicious chickpea appetizer and Aloo Chaat, an equally delicious appetizer made with tiny potatoes.

Aloo Chaat Hyatt Buffet City of Dreams Manila
Chana Chaat Indian Buffet at Hyatt Manila
There will also be some Indian breads like paratha, roti, and papadum which usually compliments some Indian dishes. I am excited to try their paratha as this is often the Indian break I make at home when I am having curry for a meal. 

Indian Breads at Hyatt Buffet
Paneer Makhani will also be featured. This Indian dish is made up of cottage cheese simmered in flavorful tomato sauce with spices. This was the first Indian dish I tried at The Cafe and the way they make it is definitely impressive so I am really looking forward to having this again.

Paneer Makhani Indian Buffet at Hyatt Manila
There is also going to be Dal Amitsari, a dish made with lentils, and Jhinga Malai Curry, a dish of prawn in coconut cream and curry sauce during the festival. If you are up for Indian curry dishes like I am because I believe Indian got the best tasting curry dishes bar none, then that is something to look forward to.

Dal Amitsari Indian Buffet at Hyatt Manila
Jhinga Malai Curry Indian Buffet at Hyatt Manila
Another curry dish that will excite fellow curry-lovers out there is the Bhuna Gosht which is basically a Lamb Curry. I tried cooking this one time at home and while I made a perfect execution of pan-frying the lamb meat with Indian spices, it somehow freaked my mother out because she doesn't eat lamb. I may never get to cook this again at home, so better have this at Hyatt this July, right? 

Bhuna Gosht Indian Buffet at Hyatt Manila
Of course there is going to be Chicken Seekh Kebab because hey, we are talking about Indian cuisine here. I knew some people who started appreciating Indian food after trying out seekh kebab. And I could understand why because this thing is really impressive eaten with naan bread or even as it is.

Chicken Seekh Kebab Indian Buffet at Hyatt Manila
What I mentioned above are just some of the Cantonese and Indian dishes which will be highlighted during the two festivals. There are of course other cuisines on the buffet spread which diners may enjoy. So there is no need to worry if some of your dining companions aren't into Cantonese and Indian because there will be other dishes as well.

On the other hand, for those who wants to explore the beauty of these two cuisines, it is the right time to visit The Cafe of Hyatt City of Dreams Manila. Not only will you get to partake at the food festival, but you will also discover how amazing the buffet is at Hyatt - with really impressive rates to boot! 

Buffet Rates at The Cafe of Hyatt City of Dreams Manila
Buffet Rates at The Cafe of Hyatt City of Dreams Manila

Breakfast (Daily)
6:00am to 10:30am - Php1,188 net
Lunch (Monday to Wednesday)
12:00noon to 3:00pm - Php1,388 net
Lunch (Thursday to Saturday)
12:00noon to 3:00pm - Php1,488 net
Hyatt Sunday Lunch
11:30am to 3:00pm - Php1,988 net
Dinner (Monday to Wednesday)
6:00pm to 11:00pm - Php1,888 net
Dinner (Thursday to Sunday)
6:00pm to 11:00pm - Php1,988 net

Lunch for Saturdays and Sundays start at 11:30am.

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To know more about the Cantonese and Indian Food Festival at The Cafe of Hyatt City of Dreams Manila, you may visit their website (codmanilahyatt.com). For reservations, contact +632-691-1234 ext. 1162 or you may also use book online at thecafe.reservation.hyatt.com.

The Cafe
Hyatt City of Dreams Manila
Asean Avenue corner Roxas Boulevard,
Entertainment City, ParaƱaque, Manila, Philippines, 1701
Tel: +63 2 691 1234
Fax: +63 2 691 1235
Email Add.: cityofdreamsmanila@hyatt.com
Facebook: /HYATTCityofDreamsManila
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