Pick your choice of greens from a row of salad jars, indulge in a guiltless vegan lunch, or have your fill of seafood as Feria at Radisson Blu Cebu infuses…
Pick your choice of greens from a row of salad jars, indulge in a guiltless vegan lunch, or have your fill of seafood as Feria at Radisson Blu Cebu infuses its buffet with diverse and new pleasures to turn everyday dining into a feast.
Some customers are very particular about their food choices and Feria, in response, has added a counter that displays purely vegan dishes, said Princes Anderle, Radisson Blu director of marketing communications.
Salad, noodles in a jar
The salad in a jar section, which holds a selection of fresh veggie mixes in single-serve containers and even more dressing choices, provides additional healthy options, she added. The noodles in a jar counter, where you get to pick your favorite combination of noodles and ingredients from several choices, follows the same concept.
Every Day Is A Feast holds true at Feria with its Seafood Mondays, Hearty Tuesdays, International Wednesdays, Mediterranean Thursdays, Surf and Turf Fridays, Oriental Saturdays and Filipino Feast Sundays.
The lunch buffet from Monday to Saturday and dinner buffet every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday cost only P880 net per person and already include free flowing drinks, according to marketing communications assistant Christine Estrella.
Always something different
She added that with the offerings that change from day to day, there is always something different in the buffet.
Diners can have their fill of seafood specialties like blue crab, lobster, sashimi, nigiri rolls and ceviche on Mondays and get a totally different experience on Thursdays with all they can eat gourmet pizza, fajita, burrito and cheese and cold cut pairings.
Dinner during premium nights of Monday, Wednesday, and Friday is extra special since it also includes free-flowing local beer aside from soda, iced tea and chilled juices.
Feria Sunday lunches
Sunday lunches take on a Filipino theme and are family-oriented, according to Estrella. For P1,450 net per person, you get your fill of local favorites – from lechon, kinilaw and sisig to kakanin and halo-halo.
She added that Feria puts up candy and soft-serve ice cream bars on Sunday for kids and these are on top of the regular dessert offerings.
Ready to spice up your dining experience? Call 402-9900 for inquiries or reservations.