Makati Shangri-La, Manila celebrates a day fit for queens with special dining offers and treats to celebrate Mom’s special day this May.
Mother’s Day weekend is made even more special at Makati Shangri-La with a range of delectable dining options. Guests may relish quiet afternoons and relax with a view of verdant greens at the Lobby Lounge while enjoying the specially crafted Mother’s Day High Tea for Php 680+++, available in the afternoons of May 1 to 11, 2013. On May 12, families can enjoy a buffet of high tea from 3 to 6:30 p.m. for Php 800+++. It’s a feast as always at Circles Event Café with a Mother’s Day lunch buffet for Php 1,980+++ and dinner buffet for 1,850+++.
A specially created four-course menu is available for dinner at Red on Mother’s Day at Php 2,500+++ per person, while Inagiku offers an authentic Japanese utage spread for lunch at Php 1,980+++ and dinner at Php 2,500+++ on May 12. Families may enjoy Premium Dim Sum Plus at ShangPalace for only Php 1,388+++ featuring unlimited dim sum, appetizer, soup, and dessert, plus a choice of main course. Special set menus are also available, all good for 10 persons.
For a sweet treat, moms will surely enjoy the specially designed Mother’s Day emoti-cakes, and the Mother’s Day hamper packages available from May 1 to 12, 2013 at Php 4,000 nett, inclusive of lunch buffet for two persons at Circles Event Café, assorted cookies, a praline box of 12 and a bottle of Wolf Blass Chardonnay, available at Sinfully Circles in Circles Event Café, and Sinfully by Makati Shangri-La at Greenbelt 5.
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