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Bicol Cuisine at Bayview Park Hotel Manila



Last Monday May 23, 2011, after the program of DepEd in QC we went straight to Bayview Park Hotel Manila located at the corner of United Nations Ave. and Roxas Boulevard in Manila for the KULINARYA FESTIVAL presents Bicol Region.We were right in time before the proper presentation started. We also had few minutes to take pictures of the each different meals that tempted me to eat each time I took a shot.I was born at Naga City, Camarines Sur of Bicol Region but I am really interested to taste each because some of them I have not encountered eating while I was growing up on my hometown.

Bicol Express is pork strips or cubes and siling haba (finger chilies) cooked with coconut cream or milk. 
You can add red chili mince according to your preference.

Blend of taro leaves, chili, meat and coconut milk wrapped in gabi leaves and tied securely with coconut leaf. This is also one my personal favorites on this cuisine

 The noodles are dipped in a very hot soup broth, place on a clean plate, and then garnished with vegetables
"Bato" means stone because the noodles is so hard thats why it should dip into a very hot water or stay noodles in water  for awhile before you can prepare it.

Its a fish soup that combine with siling haba (finger chilies), malunggay leaves and its perfectly blended into one dish  that maintains the freshness and tenderness of the fish.

Adobong manok, often called "chicken adobo," is often considered the national dish of the Philippines.But this one is with gata (coconut milk) that gives an extra unique taste that no other can offer.Adobo is my all time favorite viand and Bayview Park Hotel Chef perfectly cooked it.

Native delicacies kakanin with the beautiful servers in their Baro't Saya dress.

Assorted kakanin topped with latik (fried coconut milk curds)


For our dessert is a HALO-HALO  a mixture of shaved ice and evaporated milk to which are added various boiled sweet beans and fruits, and served in a tall glass.

While finishing all the delectable cuisines that was served,  the Bayview Park Hotel Manila Vice- President & General Manager Eugene T. Yap, Marketing Assistant Precy Mendoza and Chef joined us and talked about the Department of Tourism program that they will then be joining for the first time, Kulinarya Festival and for a start they will be featuring the Bicol Region because many foods have but been recognized that it was originated from Bicol and a lot of foods which are not spicy come from this region also. That's why they'll be offering and including this cuisine on the festival that would be happening soon. They'll be serving buffet lunch from 11am to 2pm for only 600Php. So watch out for more about the announcement and updates. 


Watch out for more soon!!!


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