Flautas, tortilla, tacos, jalapeños, guacamole, Tequila… Name it! It’s all here at Crimson Hotel‘s Sabores De Mexico!
Sabores De Mexico will run from September 17 to 26 at the Café Eight of Crimson Hotel. This festival will feature the different amazing and colorful dishes of Mexico by guest Mexican Chef Daniela Romero using only the finest Mexican spices, ingredients and meats.
Sabores de Mexico launch festivities
Followed by a Tequila toast headed by Crimson Hotel’s new General Manager, Saurabh Kukreja with Mexican Ambassador Julio Camarena Villaseñor and his wife Madame Ana Maria Romandetto and Chef Daniela Romero.
The launch of Sabores de Mexico at the Crimson Hotel also commemorates the Mexican National Day that was graced by guests from the Mexican community, government and business sectors, media personalities and society figures.
Margaritas and Tequila’s were overflowing that evening courtesy of A’Toda Madre – the first Tequila Bar in the metro.
To fully enjoy what Mexico has to offer through Chef Daniela’s cooking, an array of Mexican food was prepared during the launch for the attendees to partake of. From hearty appetizers, satisfying entrees, all the way to delectable desserts.
You will also see Chef Alessio Loddo’s, (Crimson Hotel’s Executive Chef) specialties which will be displayed as well.
The beautiful spread includes Mexico’s basic staples such as corn, beans and chili peppers in colorful presentations.
Mixed Bean and Corn
These Jalapeños stuffed with shredded tuna and topped with cheese are hot! Probably one of the hottest dishes I have recently eaten but crazily good!
Jalapeño Bacon and Corn
If you love ceviche, then this chili-spiked dish is for you! By far, this has been my favorite appetizer in the spread! This is, in my opinion, your Tequila’s best partner!
Beef slices wrapped in corn tortilla then deep fried. I ate this together with the Tortilla soup.
Another tasty beef dish is the Salpicon.
Don’t miss out on these Enchiladas! A Mexican buffet won’t be complete without Enchiladas!
There’s also Mixiote (pit-barbecued meat made in mutton, chicken or pork), Alambre de Res (beef with onions, mushrooms and white cheese), Conchinita Pibil (slow-roasted pork with banana leaf), Rajas con crema (sliced Poblano pepper with cream) and Chamoyadas (frozen mango with pikin chile) to name a few more.
And desserts, too!
Sabores de Mexico is available for lunch and dinner buffet at Café Eight until September 26, 2014.
Don’t miss out on this opportunity. Your visit to the south will be well worth it!
The Sabores de Mexico is made possible in partnership with the Embassy of Mexico in the Philippines and in cooperation with media partners Retro 105.9 DCG FM, Business Mirror, Health and Fitness, View, Cook and Philippine Graphic.
Entrata Urban Complex, 2609 Civic Drive,
Filinvest City Alabang, Muntinlupa City
T: 863-2222 loc. 1615
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