Among the large variety of dishes and regional specialties of the Japanese cuisine, I came to love sushi and maki and beside these delicious dishes, Marriott Café now sizzles with it’s newest Teppanyaki Station for buffet dinner which still priced P1750 net.
Derived from the word “teppan” or iron plate, this side of the buffet is loaded with the following choices: Gyuniko (diced beef tenderloin with vegetable in teppanyaki sauce); Tori (diced chickem with vegetable in teppanyaki sauce); Shake Teppanyaki (teppan salmon fillet with vegetable in special sauce); and Kaisen (mixed seafood with vegetable is sweet and spicy garlic sauce).
It was my first time to try Marriott Café’s Teppanyaki Station and I tried a combo dish. I mixed everything possible, I got Gyuniko, Tori and Kaisen.
You can convert it to a complete meal too by adding rice whipped up with meat sauce and spices, where in the mixing results to an aromatic golden brown color.
While Teppanyaki is the new star section of Marriott Café, the thoughtful daily dinner menu in the buffet from appetizer to dessert can never be left behind in its execution—leaving the choices and great memories almost endless! I would recommend also the fruits dessert station.
Marriott Hotel Manila, Resorts World Manila