Market Cafe’s Buffet De Luxe

Quick, what do you look forward to in a hotel breakfast buffet? It’s bacon for this writer, done properly — crisp to the bite and not greasy. And generously piled at its station ready for the picking. And, oh, eggs cooked just the way you like it — over easy, scrambled, omelet or poached.

Now throw in a spacious room where you had a restful overnight stay, an early morning swim at the outdoor pool, or a good workout in an upgraded gym, and it’s the promise of a great day ahead.

That’s exactly the experience you’ll get at five-star New Coast Hotel Manila where its flagship restaurant, Market Café, offers a scrumptious morning buffet for only P850 net. Whether one is a healthy eater or follows the maxim that breakfast is king.

CRISPY bacon a must in hotel breakfast buffets.

Breads and pastries are baked fresh here. For classic Filipino comfort meals, garlic rice is paired with fried delights like longganisa, tapa, tocino and bangus. A variety of dimsums go well with congee. Or, go Japanese and enjoy rolls of sushi, tender beef teppanyaki and hot miso soup to warm one’s stomach. For the calorie-conscious, slices of fresh fruits, fresh yogurt and hot cereal with toppings are guilt-free options.

Sweet-toothed diners will enjoy muffins, ensaymada and Danish pastries, to name a few. And since coffee is life, unlimited cups of this fresh brew are served along with fresh juices.

Lunch and dinner are served a la carte on weekdays. But it’s during weekends where foodies return for more Market Café eats. The weekend buffet is upgraded to offer more international cuisines during Friday dinner, Saturday dinner and Sunday lunch for P2,100 nett per person.

Market Café is on the third level of the property. Meanwhile, on the ground floor is the Chameleon, which true to its name is a café by day and turns into a lounge at night with live acoustic music.

New Coast Hotel Manila is also turning out to be the favorite location of revenge dance club habitues. Recently, its “Retro Nights” at Fireplace was such a success that they even had to turn away people.

On 2 September (Friday), hotel General Manager Kerkhofs promises to make up for those raring to have a good time after two years of quarantine. “Retro nights”
— featuring the music of the 70s, 80s, and 90s will be back but at the hotel’s grand ballroom this time so people can really just dance, dance, dance the night away.

New Coast Hotel Manila is located at 1588 Pedro Gil, corner M. H. Del Pilar Street, Malate, Manila,
Call +63 2 8252 6888 for more details.

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