Marriott Café’s Teppanyaki Station


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If you frequent Marriott Café Manila, then this is something you will surely love! Marriott Café includes Teppanyaki station during buffet dinner still at the price of P1,750 net.

I was at Marriott Café about a week ago for the media launch of their newest buffet offering – the Teppanyaki Station.  Teppanyaki,  a word derived from “teppan” which means iron plate and “yaki” which means grilled, broiled or pan-fried. It refers to dishes cooked using an iron plate. There are variety of dishes cooked that way including steak, shrimp, scallops, chicken, even noodles such as yakisoba and pan-fried vegetables.

Marriott Café’s Teppanyaki Station with Chef Manuel

Japanese is one cuisine that is always present in most buffet with its tasty and large variety of dishes and regional specialties. Since Marriott Café know the fact that Japan will be forever loved for its culinary offerings with a classic appeal, they added a Teppanyaki station for buffet dinner.

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I had Kaisen or mixed seafood teppanyaki (shrimp, squid, salmon) with vegetable cooked with special teppanyaki sauce.  Gyuniko, diced beef tenderloin with veggie cooked in a delicious teppanyaki sauce has a sweet flavor, the meat so tender and juicy too! But, I forgot the Shake Teppanyaki (teppan salmon fillet with vegetable in special sauce) since I’m loving the flavor of mixed seafood.

Marriott Café’s Teppanyaki Station

Gyuniko, diced beef tenderloin with special Teppanyaki sauce.

Gyuniku : Marriott Teppanyaki Station

To make it a complete meal, I ask for special teppanyaki fried-rice. It’s so tasty and flavorful. Served warm, it goes well with my mixed teppanyaki seafood and vegetable.

Marriott Café’s Teppanyaki Station

Marriott Café’s Teppanyaki Station

Marriott Café’s Teppanyaki Station

You may try the spicy sauce, but I choose to stay safe with original teppanyaki sauce since I’m not into spicy stuff. Other sauces you might want to try are miso teppan and yakiniku.
Shake Teppanyaki (teppan salmon fillet with vegetable in special sauce)

Mixed Teppanyaki : Marriott Teppanyaki Station

Satisfy your craving for other dishes like Bicol express, Prawns ala Pobre, baked fish, dumplings and dim sum and a lot more!

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Marriott Café’s Teppanyaki Station

After enjoying Japanese cuisine I went to the carving station for some tender, juicy Roast beef with Red wine sauce and mashed potatoes

Marriott Café’s Teppanyaki Station

Marriott Café’s Teppanyaki Station

I wouldn’t like to miss the dessert station. My choice – Palawan walnut, Hazelnut Nutella and went back for a scoop of chocolaty Amara. It’s sooo delicious and creamy! A slice of cheesecake finally completes my dinner.

Marriott Café: Gelato Station

Marriott Café: Palawan Walnut Gelato

Marriott Café: Dessert Station

Marriott Café Dessert Station

They say, I shouldn't go for buffet since I really have a small appetite. They just didn't know that I actually got to try all the dishes with few slices, a spoonful is oftentimes enough for me. Of course, the dessert section makes the experience more wonderful.

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Thank you Marriott Café for hosting our scrumptious dinner! For more information, reservation, you may call (02) 988-9999

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