SEDA Abreeza promises a festive and flavorful 54th Kadayawan, and they gave their friends and business partners a sneak preview of what’s happening in the coming month of August.
To start, the hotel continues its corporate social responsibility initiatives but raises their bar from bird ambassadors to adopting Philippine Eagle Mayumi (“gentle” or “refined” in Filipino). This was made possible through the initiative of Ken Kapulong, Seda Abreeza’s general manager.
The Philippine Eagle Center was excited to share the news that the rescued eagle is one of the most promising breeders in the center. “This is something Seda can be proud of. They are supporting a bird such as Mayumi that is very significant to our mission to breed the species in captivity.
Whenever guests check in at the hotel and avail of the Best Available Rates, they will get the chance to help in the conservation mission.
The local flavors will dominate Misto’s spread. Expect to find the mainstay, the Malagos cheeses and chocolates. Along with it the culinary team will be serving the Pomelo and Green Mango Salad, Shrimp Sinigang sa Miso, Tuna Gratin, Green Curry “Davao Express” Beef Short Ribs for the main courses. For dessert, everyone must try the Durian Panna Cotta, and Mangosteen Mousse.
Kadayawan week is made special with a bountiful dinner buffet. Adding to the dishes mentioned above is Misto’s signature Angus Roast Beef, Boneless Lechon, Chicken Sinigang Adobo, Tablea Chocolate Moist Cake, Banoffee Tart and more.
For the festival season, the signature drinks will be the Misto’s Kadayawan Fruit Blend and Pomelo Blaze.
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