Sheraton Manila Hotel’s restaurants now open for dine-in

S Kitchen New Normal Dine-in Experience

Those who have been missing dining out in their favorite hotel restaurants, here’s some good news. 

Sheraton Manila Hotel’s S Kitchen and Oori Korean restaurants and The Lounge lobby bar have reopened. In fact, these restaurants are among the first to reopen for dine in when quarantine measures were relaxed a bit in the Metro.

For guests’ peace of mind, Sheraton Manila reassures guests of safety in every corner of its property. Guests are assured that high levels of safety measures are enforced in these restaurants. They are also assured of enjoying a delightful dining experience as it has been. 

The safety of everyone is a topmost priority at Sheraton Manila as it upholds both its brand’s “Commitment to Clean” campaign and the government’s protocols all around the hotel. 

Some of the health and safety protocols implemented at the hotel include temperature check of guests upon entry, safety reminders posted on all areas, availability of alcohol-based hand sanitizers on every touchpoint, and footprint markers as a guide for social distancing. 

Associates are trained to observe safety protocols by wearing proper personal protective equipment (masks, face shields, and gloves). To lessen the contact with guests, they have digital copies of collaterals accessible via mobile. 

Oori New Normal Dine-in Experience

As per government directive, S Kitchen and Oori are only operating at a 30-percent capacity with 55 and 66 person capacity, respectively. Tables are arranged to allow proper social distancing. They are also fitted with glass dividers for any face-to-face seating. 

Grillers at Oori are set up for individual use. Both restaurants have private dining rooms that are perfect for small group dining for exclusivity and further safety. 

And after you dine, your tables are disinfected thoroughly for the next diner.

S Kitchen offers an a la carte menu of local and international selections from soups, salads, classic comfort food, and dessert. You can enjoy its signature dishes like S Burger, Plant-based Pancit Bihon and Nasi Goreng. 

Plant-based Pancit Bihon

At Oori, all its casual Korean food items are back from bibimbap bowls, pancakes, noodles and that famed Korean chicken, Dakgangjung. Oori’s upscale Korean grill selections–both Spanish Duroc pork and premium Australian beef–are also available which you can either grill yourself or by the chefs. Of course, other well-loved Korean dishes you miss a lot are present like Bingsu, Beef Galbi Jjim, and Beef Bulgogi. Even its soju-infused cocktails are spotted on its beverage menu. 

Korean Grill at Oori

The Lounge is also suited for a quick morning pick-me-up or unwinding over beer or wine. Its bar is stocked up with local craft beers, imported wines and innovative concoctions. 

Dine for a Treat

Sheraton Manila knows how much you miss dining out, so they have a welcome back gift for you: free chef’s dessert at S Kitchen for every two orders of main dish and free one bingsu for every two orders of bibimbap bowls. 

Whenever you are ready, go over to eat out again at Sheraton Manila, knowing that your safety and delight are both satisfied.  

For more updates from Sheraton Manila, follow them @sheratonmanila on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter or call (+632) 7902-1800.

Raquel P. Gomez
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