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Idaho Meat Fest at Hyatt City of Dreams Manila

On 14 - 17 April 2016, the Café at Hyatt City of Dreams Manila, in partnership with Snake River Farms, brings you the ‘Idaho Meat Fest’

On 14 – 17 April 2016, The Café at Hyatt City of Dreams Manila, in partnership with Snake River Farms, brings you the ‘Idaho Meat Fest’. During this meaty four-day feast, guests will enjoy mouthwatering dishes made from the finest, tastiest meats including Kurobuta pork and Wagyu beef.

Snake River Farms in Eastern Idaho, USA, carefully selects Angus or Wagyu cattle and Kurobuta hogs and slowly raises them using methods adopted from the heritage-steeped Japanese feeding process. This includes a slow-paced, sustainable diet that takes up to four times longer than the traditional U.S. cattle production approach. The result is delectable beef that is exceptionally tender and flavorful, offering a one-of-a-kind dining experience.

Guests can indulge in delectable prime cuts of Wagyu beef like the center cut sirloin and New York strip loin that will be prepared by our guest chef, Matt Carter from Arizona, USA. Chef Matt Carter, a chef and a restaurateur, will be joining Hyatt’s Executive Chef Michael Luedtke and his team to cook American dishes you will surely enjoy.

With the Café’s a la minute service, you can have your favorite meat grilled according to your preferences before enjoying it with a serving of Yorkshire pudding or having it stuffed in a quesadilla for a Mexican delight… or any other way you want it.

Guests can savor these culinary delights at the Café’s lunch or dinner buffet. Lunch buffet prices start at PHP 1,488 net, while the dinner buffet price is PHP 1,988 net.

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For more information, please call +63 2 691 1234 ext. 1162 or visit codmanilahyatt.com.

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