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Father’s Day treats

At Acacia Hotel Manila
Dig into a hearty feast when you dine at The Lobby at Acacia. A variety of new ala-carte dishes make its debut to the southern food scene as Acacia Hotel Manila's culinary team whip up new flavorful additions to The Lobby restaurant menu.
The Lobby at Acacia will bring you back to the good ol' times when you try their homegrown breakfast. Being a Filipino hotel the menu will not be complete without local flavors. Must-try are the sinigang, lechon kawali, kalderetang baka and pancit canton.
The Lobby offers these delectable dishes with prices that range from P250 to P900. The restaurant is open from 6 a.m. to 12 a.m. For reservations, call 720-2000 or e-mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

At Discovery Suites
Even Mr. Incredible gets a much needed break. Offer him a restful sanctuary in the city by giving him an overnight stay at 55 percent off the published rates at Discovery Suites. The Father's Day package starts at P4,275++ for a One Bedroom Serendipity Suite, P5,625++ for a Two Bedroom Serendipity Suite and P6,975++ for a Three Bedroom Serendipity accommodation. The offer is available from June 9 to 15 for local residents only.
From June 11 to 15, dad and friends can enjoy unlimited local beer along with vodka mixes like gin tonic, vodka tonic, vodka sprite and rum coke, while partaking of savory pica-pica for only P650+ per person during Happy Hour from 6 to p.m at the hotel's Serendipity Lounge. Dads can avail of the buy-one-take-one offer on all local beers from 8 to 10 p.m.
At 22 Prime, the steak specialty restaurant located on the 22nd floor of Discovery Suites, two mouth-watering features for Dad cannot be missed: one of the restaurant's most popular steaks — the humongous Tomahawk, approximately 1.2 kilograms of USDA Prime Angus Bone-In Rib eye will be made available to dads at 15 percent off on Father's Day, June 15, for lunch and dinner. An order of Prime's Tomahawk can serve between two to three persons and is ideal for family sharing. Dads with a more modest appetite may opt to avail of the Chef's Three-Course Set Menu, priced at only P1,500++ per person.
Discovery Suites' promotions are in partnership with Newtrends International Corp. (Timex) and other sponsors including Total Nutrition Corpo. (GNC Philippines) and Rustan's.
Call (02) 719-8888 or log on to www.discoveryhotels-resorts.com.

At Discovery Shores Boracay
Dad's colossal appetite will surely be satisfied with the Incredible Steak Feast at Discovery Shores Boracay available all day on Father's Day, June 15. Take the whole family and partake of mouthwatering US Hanging Beef Tenderloin served with mashed potatoes, coleslaw and homemade steak sauce, for only P1,250++ per person with a glass of red house wine. A special gift shall be given to all Dads availing of the Father's Day promotion. Call (632) 720-8888 or visit www.discoveryhotels-resorts.com.

At Club Paradise
Plan a trip for Dad and hie off to Club Paradise in beautiful Palawan. Relax by the beach, dive and explore the rich marine life or plan a trip to the Calauit Safari Park. It's definitely a vacation beyond expectation. Call Club Paradise at (632) 719-6971 to 74 and ask about the special rates this June.

At Dusit Thani Manila
Spend time with Dad and the family by availing of the Father's Day room package at Dusit Thani Manila, which includes an overnight stay in a deluxe room with buffet breakfast for two at Basix, a sumptuous dinner for two at Benjarong and a bottle of Moet Chandon. It is valid from June 9 to 15 and priced at P9,999 net. Dads dining for lunch or dinner are also in for a relaxing neck and shoulder massage courtesy of Devarana Spa. Call 238 8888 or e-mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

At Manila Pavilion
Manila Pavilion Hotel's all-you-can-eat lunch and dinner at its interactive lifestyle restaurant, Seasons Café, are yours for just P1,500 nett. Dads with groups of four and more will receive the hotel's own Indulgence cake, Waterfront apron, F&B Loyalty Card and gift items from Darlington. For dads who prefer to wine and dine at the outlets, the featured house wine, Merlot Pupilla, pairs well with spicy grilled meats, while Chardonnay Pupilla is perfect for light fish dishes both available in all outlets starting at P305 nett per glass.
For the ultimate Dad's day gift, book your dads in one of Manila Pavilion Hotel's well-appointed rooms starting at P3,600 nett for a standard room inclusive of buffet breakfast for two at Seasons Cafe, access to swimming pool and gym, use of Wi-Fi and choose from our three types of promo with different souvenir items — tumbler (Summer Rush), vanity kit and bag (Soothing Pleasures) or jacket and ecobag (Pavilion Windfall).
Call 526 1212 extension 2408 (food and beverage); or, for booking reservations, call toll free # 1-800-10-WFRONT8 (9376688); or, visit www.waterfronthotels.com.ph.

At New World
On Sunday, June 15, Jasmine offers guests a dim sum lunch and dinner at P1,500 per person for unlimited servings. Guests can sample favorites such as xiao long bao, barbecue pork puffs and shao mai, among others. Guests can also enjoy the unlimited yum cha, which includes soup, rice or noodles, choice of main course a glass of soft beverage. For groups and families, Jasmine has also prepared a selection of set menus.
Guests can continue the festivities at Café 1228, where the special Father's Day brunch features an extensive buffet spread of international fare for P1,995 per person. Guests can enjoy five interactive live stations offering an assortment of salads and appetizers; specialty hams and cheeses; a Japanese sushi and sashimi corner; dim sum and hot noodles prepared on the spot; tailor-made pasta dishes; continental favorites; and Asian specialties such as Chinese and Southeast Asian dishes. Prices exclude service charge. Call 811-6888.

At InterContinental Manila
InterContinental Manila's Prince Albert Rotisserie is the ideal setting for getting the most out of this very special day. Prince Albert's Father's Day offer is a five-course gourmet set menu comprised of breaded mud crab cakes on marinated grilled artichoke with pimento and zucchini in basil oil and garlic mayonnaise for starters, piping hot cream of forest mushrooms with duck foie gras mousse crostini, and then followed by a serving of passion fruit sorbet. For main course, the man of the house can choose Prince Albert's signature US Angus prime rib with Yorkshire pudding, gratin potato and vegetables or prawns, scallops and sea bass on flaky pastry with wilted spinach leaves and lobster bisque glaze, The grand finish to this delectable meal is a decadent molten chocolate cake with coconut and rum ice cream and cashew nut filo crisp. Complete dad's fine dining experience with choice wines and impeccable service. For inquiries and reservations, call 793-7000 local 776.

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