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A love seafood buffet at Saisaki

Posted in Food/Drinks, Hotels/Restaurants/Bars by Erineus on February 26, 2009

Updated February 26, 2009 12:00 AM

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Seafood to die for: The kinshi kaisen at Saisaki

MANILA, Philippines – Savor Saisaki’s “Love Seafood Buffet,” which includes a large selection of sushi dishes and main course attractions, combining contemporary cooking styles with classic Japanese culinaria, for the month of February. Try the kaisen chili, stir-fried spicy squid and tanigue fillet; sakana kudamono sarada, breaded salmon served with mashed potato and fruit salad; ika somen, squid with vegetables; kinshi kaisen, seafood and vegetables rolled in egg omelette; kaisen kushi furai, breaded seafood cubes; and seafood fried rice kaisenyori yakimeshi.

Saisaki buffet is priced at P545 and P445 (during promo days), VAT inclusive. Visit Saisaki at SM Megamall, Glorietta 3, EDSA, Padre Faura and West Avenue. For reservations, call 636-3785, 413-6359 or 528-1723.

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Bataroush and Persian chicken at Café Mediterranean

Café Mediterranean’s peace plates features a wealth of flavors from a region otherwise marred by violence and unrest.

Topping the list is the Egyptian red lentil soup with herbs and spices. Noodles with lentils is a popular pasta dish featured in medieval Arab cookery manuals in Syria and Baghdad. It is a favorite staple on special occasions.

Also try the batoursh, ground lamb with eggplant and yogurt; and the Persian chicken, a succulent chicken dish from Iran, where spices are rubbed into the skin and perfectly prepared with the key ingredient: time. The Egyptian fish croquettes is an interesting take on fish fillets, pureed with herbs and spices, and served with tarator bi tahini, a sesame seed paste with lemon juice and a few spices as dip. Finally, there’s the meat pie with mashed potatoes.

For inquiries, call 896-8625 or visit www.thecafemediterranean.com.

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