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Visayan food festival at the Mandarin Oriental’s Paseo Uno
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The Visayan region’s delicacies take center stage at the Mandarin Oriental, Manila’s Paseo Uno from May 6-12, 2013.
Chef Pauline Gorriceta-Banusing, renowned for representing Iloilo’s famous culinary scene, will prepare signature dishes in the lunch and dinner buffets, such as Kadios, Baboy at Langka—more popularly known as KBL (a tangy soup made with kadios beans, pork and jackfruit, soured with batuan seeds)

Kadios, Baboy at Langka

Chicken pancit molo

Chicken Pancit Molo

Lukon na may Aligue kag Paho, or fresh Aklan prawns with crab fat in garlic and scallions

Lukon na may Aligue kag Paho

Chicken Inasal—Iloilo’s most popular chicken dish, made even more special with Chef Pauline’s basting sauce, and a Batchoy station where guests can add their favorite ingredients to suit their taste.
A spread of traditional Ilonggo desserts and beverages are included in the daily buffet price of PHP 1,990+ or PHP2,450+ for the Luxury buffet—available for dinner on Friday and Saturday, and Sunday lunch.

Chef Pauline Gorriceta-Banusing

Chef Pauline trained at the Culinary Institute of America, New York, and the Institute of Culinary Education (formerly Peter Kump’s New York). In Iloilo, she operates four popular food establishments and a successful catering business.

For inquiries or reservations, call Paseo Uno at 750-8888 or email momnl-paseouno@mohg.com.

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i’ve met Pauline years ago in Iloilo during Dinagyang,pretty,nice unassuming lady..and an excellent chef..

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john paul sarabia

pauline is my niece. i will go.

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