Chocoholics’ paradise

posted July 07, 2019 at 09:45 pm
by  Manila Standard Lifestyle
As part of every chocoholic’s favorite holiday, the World Chocolate Day on July 7, Muntinlupa City-based Crimson Hotel Filinvest City serves choco-filled treats at its in-house f&b outlets. 

The Lobby Lounge bring guests a collection of 100 cookie creations on July 12-21. Dubbed as the 100 Cookie Project, cookie lovers will have a field day trying flavors such as Dark Choco Chip, Matcha White Choco, Salted Caramel, Tablea, Truffle Honey, Gooey Nutella, Smore, Gluten Free Milk Choco Chip, Coffee Walnut, Peanut Butter, and more. 

Chocoholics’ paradise
CHOCOLATE HEAVEN. Lobby Lounge serves Chocolate Afternoon Tea featuring savory bites and chocolate-loaded sweet treats.
Chocolate and afternoon tea come together for the Lobby Lounge’s dreamy Chocolate Afternoon Tea, which includes a savory section of Chocolate Salmon Gravlax Sandwich, Mole Poblano Wrap, and Roasted Beef with Chocolate Sauce Pie. Meanwhile, sweet treats come in the decadent form of Dark Chocolate and Tonka Beans Flexi Ganache, and White Chocolate Strawberry and Basil Tartelette, among others. 

Chocoholics’ paradise
Chocolate reigned supreme during the World Chocolate Day Sunday brunch buffet at Café Eight on July 7.
The succulent afternoon tea is available for the whole month of July from 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.

On July 7, Café Eight served a Sunday Brunch Buffet featuring decadent culinary concoction made with chocolates. 

Chocoholics’ paradise
The 100 Cookie Project features more than 100 decadent flavors of cookies. 
Crimson Hotel Filinvest City’s sensational chocolate-loaded food and beverage promotions are made with luscious ingredients from Auro Chocolate, a proudly Filipino, bean-to-bar chocolate company that sustainably sources cocoa beans directly from local farming communities in Davao. 

Call (02) 863-2222 or email [email protected] for inquiries and reservations.

Topics: Chocoholics’ paradise , World Chocolate Day , Crimson Hotel Filinvest City
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