Seda brings Italy to Iloilo

3/18/2016 Randomly Candid 0 Comments

 Italian Chef Salvatore de Vincentis

SIMPLE yet flavorful - this is one quality common to both Italian and Filipino cuisines. Though came from different continents, Italians and Filipinos meet half way because of their interesting palette mixes intensified by their common love for food.

Chef Salvatore de Vincentis explains each station in the Italian buffet

Just recently, Seda Hotels brought Italy to one of the known gastronomic capitals of the Philippines - Iloilo City - through Bouna Cucina Italiana, an Italian Food Festival on March 15 to 20.

Featuring seasoned chef Salvatore de Vincentes, Seda Atria gives Ilonggos a chance to enjoy authentic Italian specialties without stepping out Iloilo City, a rare opportunity that every foodie should not miss.

Assorted Italian Cheeses

Assorted Condiments

Assorted Italian Cold Cuts

Seda Atria's Staright Up Bar housed the Italian Buffet set up in apericena way. Indulge to a wide array of Italian food selection from assorted bruschetta toppings and spreads paired with crostini and breads, pickles and side caprese, Italian cheeses, and Italian cold cuts displayed on its Do It Yourself Bruschetta and Spread Station.

Heat Lamp Station

Calamares and Italian Meatballs

Those who want to further enjoy the Italian dinner, the buffet’s Heat Lamp Station is just waiting at the corner. Enjoy calamares, Italian meatballs, glassed pasta and risotto, arancini, and ascolana olives in petty servings for you to save more room for the buffet’s sweet ending.

Dessert Station

Blueberry Pana Cotta

Tiramisu Madness

Chocolate Mousse

Fresh Fruits

End it up with a delightful guilt by giving yourself a little treat of some sweets from the buffet’s Dessert Station with panna cotta, chocolate mousse, and tiramisu madness as its main attractions.

Revel in this Italian gastronomic journey from 8 pm to 12 am at Seda Atria’s Straight Up Bar. One will also love almost the same buffet with more mix of Filipino cuisine at Seda Atria’s all-day restaurant, Misto from March 18 to 20.

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