FIlipino Cuisine Takes Centerstage @ F1 Hotel Manila LUZVIMINDA 6

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FIlipino Cuisine Takes Centerstage @ F1 Hotel Manila LUZVIMINDA 6

It’s Filipino food’s turn to take the spotlight in the food scene. And with F1 Hotel Manila‘s 6th annual Filipino food festival called LuzViMinda 6, we can experience this celebration of timeless flavors in one great venue.

F1 Hotel Manila LUZVIMINDA 6

Starting early this month of June, F1 Hotel Manila’s renowned restaurant F All-Day Dining hosted a night feast of Filipino food with special guests and the media.

The event commenced with the ribbon cutting ceremony graced by guests of honor; and they are the following:

  • Roberto Francisco, Chairman of Hotel and Restaurant Chef’s Association of the Philippines
  • Sharwin Tee, host of Curiosity Got Chef
  • Jaclyn Jose, award winning TV and movie actress
Roberto Francisco, Sharwin Tee, Jaclyn Jose

Ribbon Cutting with Roberto Francisco, Sharwin Tee, Jaclyn Jose

Chef Chubby Timban

LuzViMinda 6 led by Chef Chubby Timban

They were also joined by Sabrina Artadi, Attorney Jeff Martinez and F1 Hotel Manila’s Hotel Director Cindy Brual.

The gathering was preceded by a spectacular performance by the Philippine Barangay Folk Dancers who added more color and verve to the already heightened festivities with their breath-taking traditional Filipino folk dance and playful performances.

Tinikling

Tinikling by Philippine Barangay Folk Dancers

Philippine Barangay Folk-Dancers

Philippine Barangay Folk-Dancers

Muslim Dance

Muslim Dance by Philippine Barangay Folk-Dancers

Journey Around the Philippines

Food-wise, this year’s celebration was led by F1 Hotel’s executive chef, AngeloChubbyTimban, who, together with guest chefs, AJ Reyes and Zhe Jacinto, created a memorable feast for the guests.

Buro

Starting with Buro & Spices

Longganisa

Longganisa & Vegetables for ‘paluto’

F All Day Dining Rrestaurant

F All Day Dining Rrestaurant

LUZVIMINDA is the culmination of the chefs’ talents and collaboration, bringing their skills and personal recipes to create the kind of authentic Filipino cuisine that would set your palate on a journey around the Philippines.

Each chef had their own highlighted dishes during the festivity where they exhibited their own wonderful culinary creations.

Chef Chubby’s delightful centerpieces were Insarabasab and Kalabasa Flan from Luzon; other regional dishes were Bulcachong and Pocherong Baka ni Tatay Ipeng in which dishes supplemented Chef Chubby’s flexibility in both creation and presentation of his expertise.

Bulcachong

Bulcachong

Insarabasab

Insarabasab

Kalabasa Flan

Kalabasa Flan

Pocherong Baka

Pocherong Baka ni Ipeng

Burong Catmon

Burong Catmon

Meanwhile, Vizayas was showcased with Chef AJ’s appetizing Kinilaw na Lobster (top photo)and Sinuglaw while also serving Adlai and Smoked Corn Salad and Tamales Blanca that stemmed from various regions of the country.

Kinilaw Lobster

Kinilaw na Lobster

Ensaladang Talbos at Salted Eggs

Ensaladang Talbos at Salted Eggs

Kilawin de Choca

Kilawin de Choca

Pungko-Pungko

Pungko-Pungko

Ensaladang Talong at Okra

Ensaladang Talong at Okra

And of course, the feast wouldn’t be as satisfying without Mindanao’s Chicken Piyanggang and Beef Korma by Chef Zhe and her genuine Grilled Bicol Express and Raspberry Piaya that she developed through diverse culinary aspects that can only be found in our country’s rich and beloved customs.

Chicken Pyanggang

Chicken Pyanggang

Beef Korma

Beef Korma by Chef Zhe

Tamales

Tamales Blanca

Seafood Galantina

Seafood Galantine with Fruits

Scallop

Scallop Nigiri

Sigarilyas

Singkamas, Talong, Sigarilyas, at Mani

The panghimagas (desserts) did not fall short of variety as well. Led by Aging’s Food Delight dessert station, there were Avocado Panna Cotta sa GataBrazo de Ube, cheesy Pichi-Pichi, and other pinoy desserts.

Dessert Station

Dessert Station: Aging’s Food Delight

Avocado Panna Cotta

Avocado Panna Cotta sa Gata

Brazo de Ube

Brazo de Ube

Pinoy Desserts

Pinoy Desserts

NomNom Club definitely enjoined the different Filipino cuisines specially the following:

  • Chicken Pyanggang
  • Kinilaw na Lobster (top photo)
  • Dinuguang Baboy Ramo
  • Adobong Bone Marrow
  • Tinolang Manok ni Nanay Gueling
  • PIchi-Pichi
Bone Marrow

Adobong Bone Marrow

Dinuguang Baboy Ramo

Dinuguang Baboy Ramo

Tinolang Manok

Tinolang Manok ni Nanay Gueling

Pichi-Pichi

Cheesy Pichi-Pichi!

Timeless Flavours

Luzviminda 6 stands proud for bringing such a delectable tradition to satisfy your Pinoy cravings by having a taste of original Filipino flavors..

This will be available until June 30, 2018 for only Php 1,699 nett per person at F All-Day Dining Restaurant.

The event was supported by Quorn, Mama Sita’s, Aging’s Food Delight, Doña Maria, Doña Elena, JC Seafood, Figaro, Dessert Station, and Cook Magazine, among others.

Paihaw Station

Paihaw Station

Tinapa Station

Tuyo-Tinapa Station

Philippine Vegetables

Philippine Vegetables

Palayok

Lutong PInoy via ‘Palayok

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Book now and reserve a table at F All-Day Dining Restaurant in F1 Hotel Manila on their website or by calling +63 (2) 908-7888!

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