Treat your tastebuds to the Flavours of the Philippines at The Grace Sydney

The much-awaited Flavours of Philippines Food Festival returns to The Grace Brasserie commencing from 28 July – 13 August 2016.

Dine and go in the draw to win a trip to a fabulous resort in Palawan, awarded Best Island in the World by Conde Nast Traveller 2014-2015 and Travel + Leisure 2016, flying Philippine Airlines as the major prize with plenty more giveaways to be won.

This year, top chefs from the Philippines will be flown to Sydney for the 10th year of the food festival hosted by The Grace on York Street Sydney CBD. 

Renowned chefs Segismundo Myrna Dizon, Ramos Raul Hitusis, Sandique Gilda Fran, San Diego Marie Angeli Benedicto and Catamin Jr. Mariano Casiple will create well-loved Filipino classics and contemporary dishes at The Grace Hotel kitchens to ensure a food event like no other.

Expect to be served an array of exotic, succulent, spicy and aromatic dishes over two weeks.

Lunch and dinner will be served buffet style at the historic Grace Brasserie. The menu includes:


Sinigang (Pork, Beef, Shrimp), Batchoy, Monggo Soup with Chicharon, Tinapa Flakes, Olive Oil and Vinegar 


Mixed Greens, tomatoes, cucumber, jicama, carrots, salted red egg, Corn kernels, fried shallots, Ensaladang talong, Burong manga, Tokwa’t Baboy


Honey and Calamansi, Vinegar and Oil, Adobo Creamy Garlic, Coriander Citrus



Lechon Kawali, Estofado, Embotido


Bistek Tagalog, Beef Caldereta,  Lamb Caldereta


Adobo Sa Gata, Inasal


Paksiw, Ginataang Hipon, Tortang Alimango (Crabmeat)


Pancit Canton, Sotanghon, Palabok


Steamed, Adobo Rice, Bagoong Rice, Tinapa Rice


Roast Beef Adobo, Adobo Jus – Atchara, Tomato Coriander Salsa

Roast Lamb Tagalog – Soy-Calamansi, Onion Marmalade

Roast Porkloin – Stewed Dried Fruits, Red Wine Reduction


Halo Halo Bar with Ice Cream

Coconut Panna Cotta with Tapioca and Muscovado syrup

Leche Flan with Macapuno, Maja BlancaFresh Fruits in Season

With a population of over 99 million people stemming from 120 different ethnic groups, the Philippines is made up of 7,500 islands with a colourful history. With an abundance of cultural influences, this archipelago has formed a rich culinary identity.

Blessed with an abundance of seafood, tropical fruits and a distinct use of naturally sour and salty flavours, Filipino food is a subtle mix of its Asian neighbours as well as featuring influences from its early Spanish colonisation.

The 10th Flavours of the Philippines Food Festival is a joint project of the Philippine Department of Tourism in Australia and New Zealand and The Grace Hotel.

The Festival is also a calendar event celebrating 70 years of Australia-Philippines diplomatic relations.

The chefs are being flown in to Sydney courtesy of sponsor Philippine Airlines.

Hurry on to the Grace Hotel Sydney to enjoy the sumptuous Flavours of the Philippines running from 28th July – 13th August 2016.

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