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Opening the festival are (L-R) F1 Hotel Manila’s executive chef Decker Gokioco; renowned fashion designer Renee Salud, city economic and investment promotions officer of Taguig City Jorge Daniel Bocobo; F&B Report editor-in-chief, Angelo Comsti; and F1 Hotel Manila’s director of sales and marketing Cindy Brual
Opening the festival are (L-R) F1 Hotel Manila’s executive chef Decker Gokioco; renowned fashion designer Renee Salud, city economic and investment promotions officer of Taguig City Jorge Daniel Bocobo; F&B Report editor-in-chief, Angelo Comsti; and F1 Hotel Manila’s director of sales and marketing Cindy Brual

F1 Hotel Manila recently opened its annual Filipino Food Festival, LUZVIMINDA 4: Heirloom Recipes. Now on its 4th year, the epicurean feast features three guest chefs from Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao to recreate some of their best-kept heirloom dishes.

LuzViMinda guest chefs: Self-proclaimed “Adobo Queen” from Luzon, Nancy Reyes-Lumen; Iloilo's "palangga" Chef Pauline Banusing representing Visayas; and Chef Teng Collantes of Park Inn by Radisson Davao for Mindanao region.
LuzViMinda guest chefs: Self-proclaimed “Adobo Queen” from Luzon, Nancy Reyes-Lumen; Iloilo’s “palangga” Chef Pauline Banusing representing Visayas; and Chef Teng Collantes of Park Inn by Radisson Davao for Mindanao region.

This year, an all-female roster of culinary masters has showcased their grace and kitchen prowess in this edition of the highly anticipated food fest. This year’s lineup is composed of the self-proclaimed “Adobo Queen” from Luzon, Nancy Reyes-Lumen; Iloilo’s “palangga” Chef Pauline Banusing representing Visayas; and Chef Teng Collantes of Park Inn by Radisson Davao for Mindanao region.


Nancy Reyes-Lumen featuring Luzon cuisine

 

The festive event was bursting with flavors and colors as clients and friends from the media gathered to celebrate Filipino culture and heritage with everybody’s common love for food.

Chef Pauline Banusing featuring Visayas cuisine

 

As part of the event’s commemoration of Filipino talents and creativity, the program started with an elegant fashion show featuring top-notch Filipino designer Renee Salud. His intricate collection of sophisticated Filipino festival costumes was graced by the models from Professional Model Association of the Philippines (PMAP).

Chef Teng Collantes featuring Mindanao cuisine

Adding vibrancy to the festival was another world-class performance of the Philippine Baranggay Folk Dance Troupe.

The Philippine Baranggay Folk Dance Troupe welcoming the guests with their world-class performance of traditional Filipino dances
The Philippine Baranggay Folk Dance Troupe welcoming the guests with their world-class performance of traditional Filipino dances

Luzviminda 4: Heirloom Recipes is available at F All Day Dining Restaurant from June 10 to 25, 2016 tag your family and friends along and feast on this once-a-year culinary journey for only Php 1,499 nett per person.

Fresh Seafood Station at F All Day Dining Restaurant
Fresh Seafood Station at F All Day Dining Restaurant

This food promotion is in partnership with Figaro Coffee, Charles Seafood Supply, Top Chef Enterprise, Seagull Manila, Masflex, Aging’s Food Delight, Crescent Moon Café, Maybank, Raflora Enterprises; and is supported by the Tourism Board of the Philippines.

F1 Hotel Manila is located at 32nd street, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City. For inquiries and reservations, please call (02) 928-9888. For online booking and more information, please visit www.f1hotelmanila.com. For hotel updates and special offerings, follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @f1hotelmanila.

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