Grand Hyatt Manila elevates the palate with the new highlights among the selection in its premiere a la minute restaurant The Grand Kitchen.
From May 18 until 26, diners will have the opportunity to indulge in the famed seafood from the icy cold waters of Norway. The five-star hotel brings it a notch higher by placing none other than the renowned executive chef of Oslo’s iconic Theatercafeen Stig Drageide at the helm of this offering. Theatercafeen has been known as one of the most popular dining places in Oslo for more than a century, and this week, local diners will get the opportunity to sample what makes Norway one of the major seafood suppliers in the world.
“We always strive to present a diverse selection of cuisines, and having Chef Stig Drageide as a guest chef to expand on that selection is an honor,” said Grand Hyatt general manager and area vice-president Gottfried Bogensperger in a statement. “He has worked in various Hyatt properties before and is well-versed in our objective to bring in different dining experiences for our guests. Norway is also known for its sustainable practices in the seafood industry, which is perfectly aligned with our sustainable efforts.”
Grand Hyatt Manila is home to myriad restaurant concepts, each a pleasing journey to the palate. “A Norwegian Feast” is also the venue for the first Norwegian Seafood Extravaganza by the Royal Norwegian Embassy, which will be held today, May 17, which also happens to be Norway’s National Day. The event features stellar chefs: chef Stig Drageide, 2016 Asia’s Best Female Chef Margarita Fores, and Grand Hyatt Manila’s very own executive chef Mark Hagan.
Feast on Norwegian halibut, haddock, whiting fish, blue mussels, scallops, and of course, the famous Norwegian salmon among others for Php1,906 net (lunch) and Php 2,200 net (dinner) at A Norwegian Feast at the Grand Hyatt Manila. Follow Grand Hyatt Manila on their Instagram and Facebook.