Celebrate the arrival of the Year of the Horse at Sofitel and have a magnifique traditional Chinese New Year festivities like no other!
It’s a brand new year once again for the Chinese calendar and this year welcome the Year of the Horse as it brings good fortune and abundance to all. At Sofitel Manila, the only French luxury hotel in Manila, bountiful offers are on schedule to usher in the magnifique coming of one of the most amazing signs on the Chinese calendar.
Dine in Spiral from the 20th of January to the 2nd of February 2014 and experience a traditional Chinese feast as Sofitel Manila’s Executive Chinese Chef, Chee Wah Mok, prepares a special 18 treasure-themed menu. In Chinese numerology and phonetics, the number 18 is associated with prosperity.
In Spiral, The “18 Treasures” signify traditional Chinese New Year cuisines featuring 18 types of sumptuous steamed and fried Hong Kong dim sum, 18 main courses, several live cooking stations, Mongolian with fresh meat, seafood, and 18 kinds of sauces, lobster laksa with 18 kinds of condiments, Ye Sheng (Chinese raw fish salad) with 18 kinds of condiments, and 18 desserts.
Enjoy auspicious main courses on offer such as Braised Sea Cucumber with Szechuan-style minced Chicken, Shanghai-style Fried Spicy Chicken, Hong Kong-style Pi Fong Thong Fried Frog Leg, Cantonese style Wok-fried Pork Chop, and Peking-style Wok-fried Long Bean and Minced Beef. Spiral also offers signature dishes such as the Chili Crabs, various Hong Kong roast meats, and Foie Gras siomai.
As an added treat, remarkable entertainment are on schedule as a 15-piece fashion show featuring the “Shanghai Nights” collection of Albert Andrada, a well-renowned Filipino fashion designer, will grace Spiral on the 29th of January. Guests dining in during the fashion show may also get a chance to win magnifique prizes from Jewelmer and Kiehl’s.
On the 30th of January, the eve of the Chinese New Year celebration, a traditional dragon dance is slated to bring good fortune to guests. Likewise, on the 29th and 30th of January and on the 2nd of February, guests will be treated to a live painting session of Chinese artist and calligrapher, Alexis Ventura.
On the 29th of January, lunch rate is set at PHP 1,980+++ for adults and PHP 1,100+++ for children 4 to 11 years old. Dinner rate is set at PHP 2,750+++ for adults and PHP 1,358+++ for children 4 to 11 years old.
From the 30th of January to the 1st of February, lunch rate is set at PHP 2,288+++ for adults and PHP 1,308+++ for children 4 to 11 years old. Dinner rate is set at PHP 2,750+++ for adults and PHP 1,358+++ for children 4 to 11 years old.
On the 2nd of February, Sunday brunch rate is set at PHP 3,250+++ for adults and PHP 1,500 +++ for children 4 to 11 years old.
For those more inclined on an outdoor setting, enjoy the Chinese New Year festivities at the Sunset Bar. On the 30th of January, auspicious Chinese cuisines together with fabulous fireworks display and traditional lion and dragon dance performances are on schedule to bring good luck and enchantment to a splendid evening ushering a bountiful year ahead.
Rate is set at PHP 2,200 +++ for adults inclusive of free-flowing beer, soda and iced tea; and PHP 1,100+++ for children 4 to 11 years old.
On Chinese New Year’s Eve until the 2nd of February, kids can join outdoor activities, including kite flying at So Chill and spinning a giant fortune wheel. Appearance of the horse man dressed in a tuxedo is also slated from 10:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M.
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Xin Nian Kuai Le from Sofitel!
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