Feast on Japanese cuisine at Spectrum with a tempting gastronomic spread from March 6 onwards. The sumptuous buffet greets diners with an exciting selection of Japanese specialties and desserts. Families and friends looking to enjoy a Japanese dining experience may indulge every Wednesday evening at Php 2,600 per person.

Delight in favorite dishes at various culinary stations featuring teppanyaki, kushiyaki, udon noodle soup, soba, tempura, izakaya, and an assortment of sushi. The buffet presenting Japanese cuisine includes katsu kare, teriyaki chicken wings, una tataki, salmon aburi, yakitori, okonomiyaki, saba shioyaki, niku and buta udon, among other delicious dishes. Enjoy sumptuous flying fish roe and well-loved sushi favorites such as salmon skin, spicy crab, shrimp tempura, salmon belly maki, spicy tuna, and kamikaze rolls. Savor grilled specialties at the kushiyaki and teppanyaki station with a selection of salmon belly, top blade steak with scallions, pork belly, pork loin, boneless chicken thigh, shrimp, red snapper, and squid. The delectable dessert corner tempts diners with Matcha tiramisu and crepe cake, chestnut mont blanc, mushi-pan, Japanese pudding, black sesame crème brûlée, and a selection of mochi.

Prices are inclusive of service charge and applicable government charges. For more information and reservations, please call 795 1840 or email dining.makati@fairmont.com.



About Fairmont Fairmont Hotels & Resorts is where occasions are celebrated and history is made. Landmark hotels with unrivalled presence, authentic experiences and unforgettable moments have attracted visitors to Fairmont and its destinations since 1907. The Plaza in New York City, The Savoy in London, Fairmont San Francisco, Fairmont Banff Springs and Fairmont Peace Hotel in Shanghai are but a few of these iconic luxury hotels, forever linked to the special places where they reside. Famous for its engaging service, grand public spaces, locally inspired cuisine and celebrated bars and lounges, Fairmont promises a special brand of thoughtful luxury that will be remembered long after any visit. With a worldwide portfolio of more than 75 hotels, Fairmont also takes great pride in its deep community roots and leadership in sustainability. Fairmont is part of Accor, a world-leading travel and lifestyle group which invites travelers to feel welcome in almost 4,800 hotels, resorts and residences, along with some 10,000 of the finest private homes around the globe.


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