THE percussive music blasted over the speakers, the colorful lights followed and the Bollywood-inspired dance ensued as Marco Polo Plaza Cebu welcomed the annual Diwali (Festival of Lights) with Khana: A Celebration of Indian Cuisine.
Khana, which means “food” in Hindi, is part of the hotel’s annual Culinary Journeys, a program which aims to highlight the best of several international cuisines right in the heart of Cebu City.
Opening Oct. 17 and only until Oct. 24, guests can drop by Cafe Marco and experience the explosion of flavors at Café Marco as it dives into the rich cuisine of India. Savor delicious and authentic Indian dishes like chicken tandoori, lamb shish kebab, chili pakoora, vegetable biryani and so much more.
To ensure that the intricacies of the country’s cuisine are presented to perfection, the hotel invited Judeline Murjani for its culinary consulant, bringing her repertoire of experience and skills to the Café Marco kitchen. Along with Café Marco’s world class chefs, an authentic Indian feast awaits everyone raring to explore the restaurant’s international buffet spread.
Khana promises to be an exciting culinary journey with a special buffet lunch rate of P880 net per person from Mondays to Saturdays. This is also available for dinner at P1,440 net per person. Celebrate the Festival of Lights and experience a wonderful week of authentic Indian dishes. (LQ3 with PR)
Published in the SunStar Cebu newspaper on October 21, 2017.
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