Discovery Shores Boracay celebrates Lunar New Year with ‘Emerald Palace’ dinner buffet
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MANILA, Philippines – On Chinese New Year, February 10 (Sunday, from 7 p.m.), welcome the year of the Black Water Snake at Discovery Shores Boracay with a dinner buffet unlike any other at Sands Restaurant.
As the celestial Black Water Snake releases the fire of prosperity to the shores of Boracay, Discovery Shores’ award-winning Culinary Team unleashes a savory spread of international dishes at the Sands Restaurant for only P2,488 net per adult and only P1,288 nett for children 7 to 10 years old. Children 6 years old and younger are free of charge.
The “Emerald Palace” Dinner Buffet showcases a gustatory festival, as the black water snake takes its journey around the world and discovers fascinating cuisines from different continents. Like a ring of fire, the lavish extravaganza reflects the water snake’s dynamism with these delectable tables:
1. Ancient Asian Specialties (this includes the dim sum, sushi, Asian carving and grill station)
2. Contemporary Mediterranean (includes the ceviche bar, seafood paella, souvlaki station)
3. Comfort cuisine of the west (includes truffle mac n cheese, twice baked potatoes, roasted beef belly station
Celebrate the Lunar New Year amidst great company starting off with a traditional Chinese Dragon Dance, live music entertainment by The Everyday People and a colorful display of fireworks to light up the Boracay sky.
May the auspicious Black Water Snake bring prosperity to all!
Discovery Shores Boracay, the country’s multi-awarded luxury resort was recently voted as the Top Island Hotel in Asia in the New York-based magazine Travel +Leisure’s 2013 T+L 500, list of Best Hotels in the World.
For inquiries and reservations, contact Discovery Shores Boracay at (+632) 720.8888 / 719.6692 to 6695 or (63 36) 288.4500 or visitdiscoveryhotels-resorts.com.
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