Friday, September 6, 2013

Balinese Feast at Hyatt Regency Hotel and Casino at a Limited Time Only

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The mouth-watering Babi Guling or Roasted Suckling Pig could very well be the only photo I will post yet it will surely bring out an appetite in you.

It's one of the many dishes served during Balinese nights buffet at the Hyatt Regency Hotel for only until the 8th so be sure to drop by at Hyatt to indulge in a feast that's authentic Indonesian cuisines.

There's Assorted Krupuk or Indonesian crackers, Bebek Betutu or Roasted Duck Wrapped in Banana Leaves, Kol Sejuk (Shredded Cabbage, Bell Pepper, Shallot, with Chili Lime Dressing), Sate Buntel Sapi or Minced Beef Satay, Tambusan Be Pasih or Steamed Mackerel in Banana Leaves, Sate Ikan or Seafood Satay, Sate Lilit or Minced Seafood Satay, Sate Sapi or Beef Satay, or Sate Ayam or Chicken Satay, plus desserts found in Indonesia like Pisang Rai and Kue Wajik

Of course, add with it several other choices that has made buffet an awesome festive dining experience.

But you need to drop everything right now because the Balinese feast is only until September 8. Please see below for more photos from my dining experience at their Market Cafe restaurant. Warning: This is not yet a food review. It's just an announcement so you could immediately visit the Hyatt and get to dine on sensatinoal gastronomical delights straight from real Chefs from Indonesia.




Balinese specials can be enjoyed at our regular buffet rates of PHP1800 net on weekdays and PHP2100 net on Fridays and Saturdays. As a special promotional offer, for every four diners, one gets to dine for free. Dining guests are also entitled to win special prizes in a special lucky draw including a two-night stay in Bali, inclusive of airfare and accommodations for two, in partnership with Philippine Airlines and Grand Hyatt Bali.

Since the last days of the Balinese feast is almost here, I'm posting this blog already so you could have an idea what some of the food will look like.

The taste? It's quite remarkable! I was expecting spicier dishes but the Indonesia cuisines served on the buffet were probably toned down to match the taste of Filipinos - or maybe I wasn't really able to try the more challenging dishes since it was really impossible to taste all of it in just one day.

The appetite was strong but the stomach was weak - I couldn't eat another bite because I was already full just  halfway through the delectable Indonesian cuisines.

Thank you to their guest chefs (Chef Ni Made Sadnyani and Chef Kompyang Wikanta from Grand Hyatt Bali) and to the head chef of the Hyatt!

So I need to post this right now so you'll have plenty of time to plan your visit at the Hyatt Regency Hotel and Casino - very near Robinson's Place in Manila.

Know more about the Balinese buffet from my previous article :

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