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‘La Rumba’ Mexican Buffet at Crimson Hotel

Crimson Hotel Filinvest City, Manila’s culinary team at Café Eight restaurant comes together to showcase the culinary heritage of Mexico and its popular cultural celebration – Cinco de Mayo. From May 3-11, 2019, diners can feast on a buffet spread inspired by the rich diversity and vibrant flavors of the Mexican cuisine.

‘La Rumba’ Mexican Buffet at Crimson Hotel

From the Spanish words ‘La Rumba’ or the party in English, guests can only expect a festival of gastronomic experience in a jovial atmosphere at Café Eight. Flavorsome appetizers such as Chicken Taco Salad, Stuffed Jalapeño, Pork Empanada, Pinto Bean and Chili with Avocado Salsa, and traditional Mexican soups such as Pozole, Tripe, and Albondigas will keep one’s taste bud alive and kicking.

Get ready with a sombrero on because Café Eight’s live and carving stations of Stuffed Beef, Tacos el Pastor, Chipotle Marinated Dorado, Beef Chimichanga and Fajita Sandwich will transport you to the streets of Mexico. In addition, the main dishes such as Gambas al Ajillo, Enchiladas, Pork Carnitas, Vegetable Chili Lasagna, Lamp Barbacao Adobo and Meatballs Enchilada and more will surely leave you with a full belly and flame-kissed lips. Don’t leave Café Eight without satisfying one’s sweet appetite with Churros, Flan de Manga, Corn Cheesecake with Tamarillo and Apple Burrito.

Whether Cinco de Mayo is right around the corner or just craving for Mexican classics and some modern twists, book for seats for P1,470++ per person. The rate includes the buffet and unlimited Mexican beer. Guests can also avail of the buy one get one free on all Tequila cocktails.

For more information or reservations, please visit the official website at http://www.crimsonhotel.com/manila/, call (02) 863-2222 or email [email protected].

Topics: Crimson Hotel Filinvest City , Café Eight , Cinco de Mayo
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