SEDA ABREEZA’S 5TH ANNIVERSARY AND A PRE-KADAYAWAN PARTY!

Seda Abreeza celebrates its year-long 5th anniversary with the much awaited Kadayawan Festival. Davao’s urban lifestyle hotel partners with Philippine Eagle Foundation, TADECO, Malagos Cheeses, and Malagos Chocolates to bring the festivities on a higher note this Kadayawan 2018.

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MR. KEN KAPULONG (HOTEL MANAGER)

Seda Abreeza has come up with its own exciting offerings to match the hype: an on-going tradition for the sustainability and preservation of wildlife for its room promotions, and a number of specialty drinks, dishes, and spreads with Davao’s finest products.

Guests who will avail the Best Available Rates from August to September 2018 will get the chance to help in this noble cause, whenever they check in. This is for the benefit of the Bird Ambassadors in the Philippine Eagle Center, often presented in the organization’s Keeper Talks – part of the center’s information and education drives.  With this, Seda is true to its mission to fully support this conservation mission campaign.

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Misto, the two-year Philippine Tatler awardee for Best Restaurants has prepared an ala carte special filled with local favorites, presented with a touch of exquisite flavors. First is Misto’s Pan-Seared Red Snapper Fillet with Malagos Blue Goat Cheese Sauce, which gives you a seafood indulgence topped with the creamy goodness of Davao’s renowned cheese available at 880 nett; and second is Misto’s bestseller – Crispy Prawns that takes a festive twist. Try this seafood favorite matched with mangosteen chili sauce this Kadayawan season available at Php 980 nett.

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Baked New Zealand Mussels with Malagos Pesto Sublime and Fried Garlic

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Banoffee Tart

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Ceasar Salad with Wonton Cups with Shaved Malagos Queso Rustico

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Durian Panna Cotta

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Kadayawan Crispy Prawns

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Malagos Chevre, Bacon Bits and Chives

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Malagos Goat Cheese and Pimiento  and Jalapeno Canapes

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5 Malagos Cheese Piza

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A bountiful dinner buffet is ready for all Misto diners during the Kadayawan’s one week celebration. The regularly offered ala carte dishes are already part of the said buffet from August 16-18, 2018, with a lot more courses included as: Pomelo and Prawn Salad, Beef Shank Pochero with Saging na Saba, Malagos Cheeses, Durian Panna Cotta, Malagos Dark Chocolate Cheesecake, Banoffee Tart and more are on the menu.

Diners may avail this at Php 980 nett for adults, Php 580 nett for kids 7-12, and free for kids 6 and below.

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Kadayawan Martinis

The all-day dining restaurant’s specialty promotions come with an authentic Davao taste as we partner with Malagos Cheese and Malagos Chocolates. A Malagos Cheese platter promotion is available at Php 800 nett all month long, and is best paired with Misto’s Wine of the Quarter, Jean Guillot Château Bouteilley 2015 – a Bordeaux blend of Cabernet Franc, Merlot, and Cabernet Sauvignon at Php 1580 nett. Malagos Chocolates and TADECO’s export-quality bananas come in one smooth Choco Banana Blend, available at Php 380 nett. For cocktails, Kadayawan Martinis offer you a splash of color to fit the festive season: Sky Martini, Harvest Martini, and Pomelo Martini – each available at Php 280 nett.

To highlight the Kadayawan festival, cultural performances will also be shown in Misto on the 3rd week of August which features Madayaw Cultural Ensemble.

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Madayaw  Cultural Ensemble

For further inquiries and reservations, please contact 082-2443000 or 082-3228888 or send an email to dvo@sedahotels.com.###

Credit to Seda Abreeza Hotel for the great pictures during the event.

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