Marco Polo Hotels launched “Raise The Bar”, a mixology class of bartending and mixology at the Eagle’s Bar of Marco Polo Davao last October 30, 2017.
“Raise The Bar is another signature experience of Marco Polo Hotels. It is a great opportunity for professionals and young professionals to learn the international standards of bartending and mixology.” according to Marco Polo Davao’s General Manager Dottie Wurger-Cronin.
Marco Polo Davao tourism and media partners as well as school representatives took part of the launch and learned how to mix some drinks. The RTB class was fun.
The trainer of the proper standards of bartending and basic mixology is Lawrence Ibarra who won silver medal of the recent Kusdelsur competition in Bartending while James Carty, shared a brief overview on mixology.
Another silver medallist, Nathan Ducot showed off his award winning flare-tending.
RTB is scheduled every first and third Monday of the month which targets students, professionals and young professionals to sign up to classes in basic and advance Bartending and Mixology skills. Interested guests will just pay an assessment fee of Php 888.00 inclusive of a snack, class manual and certificate.
Aside from the basic class of bartending, students will also learn the concoction of Timeless classics, Rum Bumble, Breakfast at Tiffany’s, Havana Nights, Water of Life, Oak and Barrel, La Dolce Vista, Stirred Not Shaken, The Season that Sparkles.
For more information, please call Jalyn Malolot at (082) 221-0888 local 7949.
Marco Polo Hotels introduces the Silk Road Iced Coffee as a drink especially coffee lovers can savor and get excited about when they visit the premier hotel right in the heart of Davao City.
Created from overnight-infused coffee flavoured with cinnamon syrup and milk, the Iced Coffee consists of a blended frappuccino poured into a swirled, chocolate-glazed glass symbolizing the roads well-travelled of the Silk Road.
Marco Polo Davao’s Thai Food Festival at Cafe Marco is ongoing from June 30 to July 6, 2017 right here in Davao City to celebrate the delights of Thai cuisine to our palates.
Chef Alex Destriza with Chef Baupha at the Thai Food Fest
Chef Nontra-Udon Baupha, a Thai national, brought with him his 38 years of culinary experience in Thai cuisine for the festival. He is currently with the Marco Polo Prince Hotel but has worked from various hotels and restaurants both in Thailand and Hong Kong such as Imperial Hotel (Thailand), Tip Top Thai Restaurant (Thailand) and Supapra’s Thai Restaurant (Hong Kong).
“We are delighted to host this event as it is a very timely and great opportunity for us to know more about different cultures which includes their food, arts, music, especially our neighboring countries like Thailand. This is a very great exposure not just for our culinary team but for Davao city as well. We hope this will not be the last Thai food festival, but a beginning of more culinary endeavors for both countries and other ASEAN countries as well,” says Marco Polo Davao General Manager Dottie Wurgler-Cronin.
Indulge in pad Thai, tom yam soup, Thai chicken rice, mango sticky rice served with coconut milk, rich flavors of Thai grilled seafood items. and other authentic Thai cuisine dishes being offered as part of the buffet lunch and dinner at Cafe Marco that the guests can enjoy at Php1500 per person.
Thai Green Duck Curry
A variety of healthy salad to indulge in.
This is only available for a week long till next Friday so make sure to visit and dine at Cafe Marco with your family and friends who love Thai cuisine.
Reservations can be made through phone at (082) 221-0888.
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