Pork knuckles, beer and German sausages at Sofitel’s Oktoberfest | Inquirer Lifestyle

Pork knuckles, beer and German sausages at Sofitel’s Oktoberfest

The German Club and Sofitel Philippine Plaza Manila celebrates the 78th Oktoberfest at the hotel’s Harbor Garden Tent on Oct. 7 and 8.


Indulge in Bavarian culinary specialties prepared by Sofitel’s chefs, unlimited servings of beer, a featured collection of time-honored German traditions and exciting raffle prizes. Guests can feast on roasted pork knuckles, roasted calf and grilled German sausages with ice-cold San Miguel beer. The Bavarian Sound Express is back to perform traditional Bavarian Oktoberfest music, German and international party hits.


Turn the weekend into a fun-filled getaway at Sofitel Philippine Plaza Manila. Ladies, put on your dirndls and gentlemen turn up in your lederhosen and celebrate in the true spirit and fashion of Oktoberfest.


After an evening of gastronomic indulgence and live musical entertainment, retreat to a relaxing sanctuary at Sofitel Philippine Plaza Manila for a staycation.


Ticket prices are P3,950 for German Club nonmember  premium seats and P3,700 for German Club nonmember regular seats. Group discounts are available.


Chicken-wing treat


Buffalo Wild Wings’  “Wings Tuesdays,” which offers diners their favorite Chicken wings at half the price every Tuesday, has been extended up to Oct. 25 at its Estancia Mall branch.


Wings are coated in 12 signature sauces and five dry seasonings, including Asian Zing, sweet Honey BBQ, buttery Buffalo, Mango Habanero and Thai Curry.


Diners who finish 12 wings in six minutes will be named “Blazin Challenge” champions.


Thai porridge


Ojiya is is a breakfast staple in Thailand. It is a combination of rice slowly cooked in hotpot broth with sesame oil, egg, spring onions and fried garlic. Essentially porridge, it can be served plain or with a variety of ingredients such as meat, seafood, mushrooms, and vegetables.


Coca Restaurant offers diners an extension of their hotpot experience with Ojiya.


Oiya comes in two variations: Tom Yum, for those who prefer their base with added kick and spice; and basic chicken stock, for a more traditional and simple base.

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