Seda Nuvali’s Executive Sous Chef Danny Gallardo comes to Seda Abreeza to showcase his expertise in Japanese food and buffet.
DAVAO CITY – Seda Abreeza offers a new taste as Seda Nuvali’s Executive Sous Chef Danny Gallardo shares his Japanese cuisine expertise to Davaoenos. Chef Danny comes over to Seda Abreeza on May 25 to 30, 2015 for the Japanese Food Festival. This event is part of the urban lifestyle hotel chain’s Seda Chef Exchange Program which enables the Head Chef of each Seda Hotel to visit another of its own and share their expertise in the food industry.
For the last week of May, Seda Abreeza’s Misto will have a special Japanese lunch and dinner menu for its guests. The Japanese set menu serves choices among pork, beef, chicken, seafood, or vegetables along with tuna or salmon sashimi, miso soup, Japanese rice and fruit platter for Php 780 nett. Ala carte meals are also available starting at Php 300 nett.
By May 29, Japanese food lovers may indulge in a Japanese Dinner Buffet at Php 980 nett for adults and Php 680 nett for kids. The buffet showcases Japanese favorites from appetizers down to desserts. The event aims to give guests a complete Japanese dining experience as Seda Abreeza incorporates a Japanese-themed vibe, from decorations to costumes and service quality.
Chef Danny has spent about 26 splendid years of his life creating numerous dishes for countless 5-star hotels and restaurants. He associates his expertise in the Japanese cuisine back on his first stint in a Japanese restaurant. He was widely surrounded by Japanese chefs, which stirred his interest. His skills in Japanese cuisine and buffet took him places as Saipan, Dubai, Ukraine, and India.
The week-long festivity also includes the Seda Rewards Members Japanese Dinner Party on May 28th. Members will know easy but fun ways of creating Japanese food favorites through a cooking demo by Chef Danny Gallardo. This is Seda Abreeza’s way of giving back to its loyal bookers.
Neil Llanes, Talentadong Pinoy defending champion whose Asia’s Got Talent audition video hit a million in YouTube, will grace both the Seda Rewards event and the Japanese Dinner Buffet.
After Chef Danny, it is Seda BGC Executive Chef Romualdo “Pepe” Castillo’s turn to visit Seda Abreeza and cook his Old Manila and Spanish dishes.
Last month, Seda Abreeza’s very own Chef Giovanna “Bang” Flores went to Seda Nuvali to introduce to them various Mindanawon and Davao dishes and was dubbed as Kadayawan Food Fest.