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Steak Night at Platters of the Americas Themed Buffet of Corniche

DIAMOND HOTEL’S CORNICHE – While most of the hotel buffets in the metro have a luscious spread of primarily seafood for this month, Corniche decides to whip out a feast for the meat lovers, imagine ribeye and other gorgeous steak cuts for your enjoyment being the focus of the buffet spread along with some American comfort food staples.

corniche_diamond_hotel_featured_posterAwesome steak from the barbie, and an awesome carving station with prime rib and ham, had an awesome steak night dinner here. Continue reading Steak Night at Platters of the Americas Themed Buffet of Corniche

Salmon Buffet at Corniche

CORNICHE of Diamond Hotel launched a Norwegian Salmon themed buffet with the premise that “one can be healthy and indulgent at the same time”. For the love of its fatty meat and fine texture, I was curious to see the well-loved fish in various permutations so I went there with a very empty stomach, excited to try their succulent spread.

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This is their Czech Baked Salmon, an eye candy at their carving station, you’ll be happy to know that it’s as good as it looks. Gorgeous succulent piece of salmon baked til really tender and oozing with all those glorious fatty juices topped with some spices to provide that kick of savory flavor and a bit of spiciness as well. Took a bite and I loved how it was tender and moist then you hit the spice crust and some slaw and it gives a nice tinge of crunch to the bite, hit it with some of their dill sauce and its creamy goodness balances all the flavors, really good!

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Cocina Filipina by Chef Bruce Lim at Corniche

Corniche of Diamond Hotel features a Cocina Filipina festival by Chef Bruce Lim, They’re highlighting some local dishes infused with international flavors, familiar dishes done with a unique twist.

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This is their Sinigang sa Batuan with Grilled Pork Belly; it has a more fruity and distinct taste than your usual sinigang and oh that grilled pork belly, succulent and the fatty bits almost melts in your mouth along with the really nice soup base of bright flavors.

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