The fourth stop of our tour was the Mabuhay Palace. Experience luxury dining and immerse your taste buds in authentic Cantonese cuisine as you are given a peek of China through Mabuhay Palace’s Neo-Classical interiors. I love how the restaurant is filled with bright hues of red, orange and gold. But, what truly got my attention were the hand-crafted jade panels that narrate the tale of Confucius.
Mabuhay Palace serves lunch (Monday to Sunday, 11AM to 3:00PM) and dinner (Monday to Sunday, 6:00PM to 10:00PM). Aside from lunch and dinner, the restaurant also has smaller function halls that may be rented for meetings and events. The halls can cater up to 80 persons.
I did not get a good shot of the whole function hall (sorry), but I can say that it is a pretty good venue for intimate gatherings like Baptismal lunches, intimate wedding receptions, and birthday parties. As for the food, I have yet to try the cuisine.
This is part 4 of my five-part series on the My Manila Hotel Tour. Read my other posts about the tour here.
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