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The heat is back on Yurakuen’s teppanyaki grills

Diamond Hotel’s Japanese restaurant Yurakuen has reopened its teppanyaki private rooms, offering all-you-can-eat promotion.

Premium beef tenderloin, seafood, and more are now grilling on Yurakuen’s teppan.
The Teppanyaki Eat-All-You-Can starts with appetizers, salads, and sashimi to get those taste buds tingling. For the main event, be prepared to witness teppanyaki at its most exhilarating as premium ingredients like scallops and beef tenderloin are skillfully seared to utmost perfection. Diners may choose their rice, soup, and dessert. 

For those seeking a more traditional sit-down meal, a special a la carte menu is offered at the main dining room.

Purchase vouchers for Teppanyaki Eat-All-You-Can at onlineshopping.diamondhotel.com. For reservations and pick-up arrangements, send an email to [email protected] or call 0926-156-9866 from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. 

Meanwhile, Corniche now accepts dine-in reservations. Diamond’s in-house restaurant serves a brand new a la carte menu and bento sets. Choices include savory specials like Pan Seared Salmon Salpicao and Lechon Kawali; diverse cuisines such as Dim sum, Japanese Spaghetti Mentaiko, and Deep-Fried Shrimp with Salted Egg Yolk; and customized dishes with Make Your Own Pasta. 

Reservations are accepted via email or phone, while card payments are accepted at the outlet.

Diamond’s bestselling Ensaymada, as well as new merienda treats like Ginataang Halo-Halo and Turon with Langka are also available at onlineshopping.diamondhotel.com

Topics: Yurakuen , Teppanyaki , all-you-can-eat , Diamond Hotel
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