Conrad Manila’s “Taste of Malaysia” ribbon-cutting ceremony (from left): DFA Assistant Secretary Eduardo Menez, DOT Undersecretary Verna Buensuceso, Malaysian Embassy to the Philippines Deputy Head of Mission Mohd Fareed Zakaria, Malaysian Embassy to the Philippines Tourism Attache Yazlina Yahya, and Conrad Manila general manager Linda Pecoraro.

Experience the aromatic and diverse flavors of Malaysian cuisine with “Taste of Malaysia” featuring guest chef Karim Mustaffa at Conrad Manila’s award-winning, all-day dining restaurant, Brasserie on 3 until September 16.

“Taste of Malaysia” was formally launched with a roster of special guests leading the ribbon-cutting ceremony. They included Pasay City Mayor Imelda Calixto-Rubiano, Department of Tourism (DOT) NCR Regional Director Sharlene Batin, Malaysian Embassy to the Philippines Deputy Head of Mission Mohd Fareed Zakaria, Malaysian Embassy to the Philippines Tourism Attache Yazlina Yahya, and Conrad Manila general manager Linda Pecoraro.

“We are truly delighted to have chef Karim from Hilton Kuala Lumpur with us to indulge our patrons with authentic Malaysian feasts that capture our neighboring country’s rich and vibrant culture through its deep and wonderful flavors,” shares Pecoraro.

Some of Malaysian authentic cuisine which you can savor at Conrad Manila’s “Taste of Malaysia.”

Paying homage to his roots in the celebration of Malaysia’s National Day, chef Karim shares the spotlight with Conrad Manila’s executive chef Warren Brown and his team. Together, these master chefs treat guests to Malaysian favorites such as Nasi Lemak, Kari Kambing Dengan Kentang (Lamb curry with potatoes), Ayam Masak Merah (Braised chicken with tomatoes and chili paste), and Ayam Bakar Dengan Kuah Percik (Roasted chicken with percik sauce), among others.

As an added sensory feast, Brasserie on 3’s interactive theater kitchen stations are bedecked and inspired by Malaysian culture, with select international and favorite local dishes also available. Diners are also invited to sample the “Junglebird mocktail,” inspired by the tiki cocktail created at Hilton Kuala Lumpur’s Aviary Bar in the ’70s.

A lucky diner will also get a chance to win a three days, two nights’s stay at Hilton Kuala Lumpur.

“Taste of Malaysia” is available daily for buffet lunch and dinner until September 16 for P2,450 nett per person. Brasserie on 3 is open from 12 noon to 2:30 p.m. for lunch and 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. for dinner.

Conrad Manila observes stringent health and safety measures in line with local government guidelines and Hilton’s own CleanStay initiative and holds the DOT’s Safety Seal.

For inquiries and reservations, please call (+632) 8833-9999, send an email to [email protected] or www.conradmanila.com. Follow @conradmanilaph on Facebook and @conradmanila on Instagram for more updates.

“Taste of Malaysia’s” culinary team (from left): Warren Brown, executive chef; Karim Mustaffa, guest chef from Hilton Kuala Lumpur; Eng Yew Khor, executive Chinese chef; and Patricia Mesina, executive sous chef.