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At Seda BGC
Seda BGC has dining offers at its signature outlets, Misto restaurant and Straight Up roof deck bar. For the traditional date, Misto presents “A Dinner to Remember,” featuring a buffet with the finest meats and seafood as main dishes, and a rich variety of sumptuous starters and desserts to complete the feast. A glass of sparkling wine enhances the flavors. Dinner buffet on February 14 is at P1,200++ and available from 6 to 10 p.m.
A different kind of setting is offered at Straight Up, Seda’s popular roof deck bar that stuns for its amazing view of the metro skyline, cool music and extensive fare. Its Valentine’s Day buffet consists of grilled lamb as the featured carving with pastas, pizzas, grilled beef and prawns, plus appetizers and desserts amid jazz /lounge music from a guest singer. Tickets to “Rhythms and Eats” on February 14 are available at Seda BGC’s front desk at P1,200++ per person. Buffet will be open from 6 to 10 p.m., after which a la carte dishes will be available up to 1 a.m.
For an extended celebration, Seda BGC has a Valentine room package on February 14. It comes with an overnight accommodation in a Deluxe Room, a complimentary bottle of wine in the room, buffet dinner at Misto or Straight Up for two persons, buffet breakfast for two persons, complimentary WiFi, and use of the e-lounge and gym.
Sweets and treats to give as presents (or to treat one’s self!) are available the whole month of February. Red velvet cookies, chocolate chip cookies, macarons and pralines can be ordered at Misto starting at P350++ per box. The Champagne and Cheese Duet at Straight Up bar is a month-long offer inspired by this romantic season. For every order of a bottle of champagne, diner receives a complimentary cheese platter from February 1 to 28.
For inquiries or reservations, call Seda BGC at 945 8888 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Seda BGC is located at 30th Street cor. 11th Avenue, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig.

At Conrad Manila Hotel
Conrad Manila celebrates Valentine’s month with an indulgent showcase of alluring flavors and a spectacular sky show of fireworks, sure to spark and rekindle romantic relationships this season. Couples and guests can also look forward to a multitude of unforgettable and unique dining experiences at the hotel’s award-winning restaurants and bars this month of love.
Brasserie on 3 patrons looking for a romantic rendezvous can delight in an exclusive candlelit buffet dinner featuring a delectable selection of Western, Asian and Filipino favorites at P2,700 nett per person, prepared by Conrad Manila’s executive chef, Daniel Patterson.
The 9th International Pyromusical Competition can best viewed from the restaurant’s outdoor veranda and bay view seats where diners can indulge in an innovative intercontinental buffet spread at P1,600 nett per person every Saturday from February 17 to March 24.
China Blue by Jereme Leung offers an exquisitely crafted menu of epicurean oriental fare at P4,800 nett per person.
On Valentine’s Day, C Lounge showcases the “Lovestruck” bundle at P3,000 nett, complete with a bottle of Brut Sparkling, “Lover’s Quarrel” of chocolate fondue, pralines and fresh fruits, and live entertainment against the stunning backdrop of the iconic Manila Bay sunset.
From February 17 to March 24, reserve the best seats and witness the much-awaited Pyromusical Competition, slated every Saturday. C Lounge boasts of an al fresco area with an uninterrupted 180-degree view of Manila Bay, available at P15,000 nett consumable for a maximum of six persons.
Pralines and luscious Red Velvet Ensaymada are available at Bru Coffee Bar. There are assortment of Valentine-inspired designer cakes, ideal to share specially on Valentine’s Day.
For reservations and inquiries, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call +632 833-9999. To learn more about Conrad Manila’s promotions and offers follow it on Facebook (ConradManilaPH) and on Instagram (@conradmanila).

At Resorts World Manila
Available for dinner on February 13 and 14, savor a seven-course sit-down dinner featuring creations of award-winning chefs from Marriott Hotel Manila’s Cru and Man Ho restaurants, and from RWM’s fine dining restaurants Impressions, Passion, and Ginzadon.
Lumina will be transformed into a rose garden with thousands of roses set against the walkway’s glowing lights. The strains of classic love songs will fill the hall, making it a true feast for all your senses.
From February 12 to 14 at Café Maxims, guests can order fresh flower bouquets, long-stemmed roses, and Love and Kisses Cakes to go with a special Valentine’s meal. Love at Steak features sirloin steak slices prepared to your liking and served with grilled vegetables and cheesy baked fettuccine, and is available from February 12 to 18.
Impressions’ Date Night set menu on February 14 is a four-course dinner menu of French cuisine.
Enjoy great value meals at Silogue’s Pares with Love. The classic Filipino beef dish can be paired with either rice or served in a miki noodle soup, or served as a combo for a hearty meal for two.
Ginzadon, RWM’s Korean and Japanese restaurant, presents diners with its Grillin’ and Lovin’ sets which are generous enough for two, and comes with your choice of grilled salmon teriyaki fillet, or grilled wagyu beef with king prawns, available for the entire month of February.
The Terrace at the poolside of the all-suite Maxims Hotel, on Valentine’s evening, has a gourmet set dinner, a sommelier’s selection of wine pairings, floral arrangements, and languorous lighting by the poolside for an unforgettable date.
Download the RWM mobile app or visit www.rwmanila.com for complete information on RWM Valentine offers. Reservations are highly recommended. For bookings and inquiries, call the tourist/visitor hotline at (02)908-8833.

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