Wednesday, June 26, 2019

Celebrating the Philippine Culinary Heritage at Diamond Hotel Philippines


A Filipino Food Festival at Diamond Hotel Featuring Chef Carangian

Retrace the footsteps of the Philippines’ roots with culinary heritage advocate Chef Christopher Carangian on a food journey steeped in culture and tradition at Diamond Hotel Philippines.

Take a glimpse into a milestone of Philippine history as Diamond Hotel recreates the Malolos Congress Wine Dinner of 1898, wherein the proclamation of Philippine Independence was ratified in Bulacan. Guest were able to experience the revival of the best of the original French menu alongside fine wine pairings that happened last June 21, 2019.

Explore an anthology of illuminated Filipino flavors from today until June 30, 2019 at the Corniche restaurant, where a spread of fascinating regional recipes and rediscovered delicacies wait to be savored and celebrated. Diners can relive the tastes and aromas of the past on their plate with friends, family, and fellow food lovers for Php2,990 nett per person. 

To give a touch of excitement to the event, guests with a minimum spend of Php5,000 at the Corniche lunch or dinner buffet will get a raffle ticket for a chance to win a 2-night stay in Baguio!

Though guests can leisurely let their taste buds lead them through this gastronomic adventure, Chef Christopher Carangian is set to be your guide as diners delve into the origins of Filipino cuisine through his prepared dishes. As Founder and President of Razorchef Philippines and Punong Heneral of the Culinary Generals of the Philippines, Chef Carangian’s passion for exploring and reintroducing local, traditional dishes aims to promote the Philippines’ historical identity.

Litson Baboy ni Pigafetta

Italian Scholar Antonio Pigafetta joined Magellan in his voyage around the world and wrote of a feast with roasted pig in Cebu, the first record of lechon.

Chef Carangian brings to us a journey of Filipino pride as he whips up timeless specialties, which we now all love.  

Featuring some of the great dishes of our ancestors, these dishes exude class, taste, time and tradition, and is still loved by all of us!  

Lumpia Cerdo ni Pepe

Simply put, the favorite meat lumpia of Dr. Jose Rizal, dip it in chili vinegar, is flavorful and deliciously appetizing.

Ciento Quinse

Ciento Quinse, an extinct Chavacano dish, combines seafood with liempo in a long-forgotten, tradition. A better-known delicacy is the Pancit Langlang of Imus, Cavite, first made popular in El Filibusterismo by Dr. Jose Rizal and made with sotanghon noodles, chicken meat and eggs, quail eggs, shrimps, and vegetables. 

Warik Warik

The Warik Warik of Northern Luzon is reminiscent of the Kapampangan sisig and the Ilocano dinakdakan. Once part of a ritual invoking the wisdom of the gods, this contains liempo cut and choice offal infused with ginger and other aromatics, along with liver spread for a modern take on an ancient, communal meal.





Apart from these specials made by Chef Carangian, you can savor the other stations of Corniche, featuring their fresh seafood specialties, their Chinese section, their Japanese section, their grill section and more.

Chef Christopher Carangian

Discover all these and more at our celebration of Philippine Heritage Cuisine this June! Book your table today via (632) 528-3000 ext. 1121 or email restaurant_rsvn@diamondhotel.com

For online vouchers and more information, visit onlineshopping.diamondhotel.com.

Diamond Hotel Philippines is located at Roxas Boulevard corner Dr. J. Quintos Street, Manila. For inquiries, please call (632) 528-3000 or email guestservices@diamondhotel.com

For more information on Diamond Hotel Philippines, please visit www.diamondhotel.com. For hotel updates and special offers, follow the hotel on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter @DiamondHotelPh.

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