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Marco Polo Davao’s Lotus Court Awarded As One of T Dining’s Best Restaurants

Marco Polo Davao’s Lotus Court has been awarded again as one of T Dining’s Best Restaurant for 2019.

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Held at High Street Lounge of the Shangri-La at the Fort Manila, T Dining, Philippine Tatler’s new cross-platform lifestyle brand was well attended by restaurateurs, chefs, gourmands, hoteliers, foodies, oenophiles and the best of society.

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“Lotus Court is Davao’s most elegant Chinese restaurant with its contemporary Asian patterns and spacious interiors overlooking the Davao skyline” says the Tatler review. “At Lotus Court one can indulge in quality Cantonese fare and dim sum offerings. It must also to mention that the staffs here are among the most accommodating in the city.

Lotus Court won the prestigious award together with 173 culinary gems in the whole country and the only Cantonese restaurant that made it on the list from Davao region. The award is evaluated on the feedback of professional chefs and client feedback.

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“Marco Polo Davao is indeed a destination for culinary adventure“ said Executive Chef Alex Destriza. RBE Manager Rene Gargallo, who was also present during the event, shared that Lotus Court’s desire is to be top notch in service and top notch in food. We are striving to be the best Chinese restaurant in Davao“.

Lotus Court is Marco Polo Davao’s Cantonese restaurant located at the 3rd floor of the hotel. Some of Lotus Court’s signature items include the Pecking Duck, Salt and pepper prawns Hong Kong style, Deep-fried crabs in garlic and pepper, Yin Yang Grouper, Braised mushroom and home-made tofu and Sweet Sesame Buchi.

Courtesy of Marco Polo Davao

 

 

Mid Autumn Festival at Lotus Court of Marco Polo Davao Hotel

Marco Polo Davao celebrated Mid-Autumn Festival with a sumptuous dinner buffet at the Lotus Court last October 3, 2017.

Mid Autumn Festival at Lotus Court of Marco Polo Davao HotelMid Autumn Festival at Lotus Court of Marco Polo Davao HotelGuests dining that night were given a refreshing welcome drink in a delicious flavor of Jasmine soothing iced tea.

Lotus Court’s favorite dishes such as Peking duck, Buddha soup, crabs with ginger and onion, steamed pompano, and assorted dimsum. The festival won’t be complete perhaps without the mooncakes served at the buffet station in two variants: Red Bean with Egg Yolk and Lotus Seed Paste mooncake.

Mid Autumn Festival at Lotus Court of Marco Polo Davao HotelThe wushu performance by Silver Gray wushu troup entertained the dining guests.

Mid Autumn Festival at Lotus Court of Marco Polo Davao HotelMs. Pearl Maclang and Ms. Jeline Gison of Marco Polo Davao posed for a photo opp with media friends and Davao Digital Influencers.

Celebrated in the middle of the autumn season, the Mid-Autumn Festival is the second grandest festival in China after the Chinese New Year. It is usually celebrated on the 15th day of the 8th month of the year. Or early October like this year, they said it is celebrated on October 4. The day is also known as the Moon Festival, and it is that time of the year the moon is at its roundest and brightest.

For you inquiries and reservations, you may call 221 0888 local 7302 or message Marco Polo Davao on Facebook.

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