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Galleon Trade: A Culinary Journey Filipino Food Festival and the Malolos Congress Wine Dinner at Diamond Hotel Featuring Chef Christopher Carangian

Discover a selection of fascinating dishes from the Galleon Trade era at the Corniche restaurant at Diamond Hotel Philippines from June 26 to July 7, 2024 as prepared by featured chef and culinary heritage advocate Chef Christopher Carangian.

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Take a journey to the past and enjoy featured specialties steeped in culinary culture from the era of the Galleon Trade. From the year 1529 is the Potaje de Adobado de Gallina, a chicken dish inspired by the Pipian which originated in Mexico. Then in 1613, the Adobo de los Naturales came about which is currently known as dry adobo and is made from a combination of pork and chicken. Another dish to be highlighted is the Quilauin from 1794, the first Filipino food seen by Antonio Pigafetta and referred to as the First Adobo.

Adobo de los Naturales

Chef Christopher Carangian will guide diners into the origins of Filipino cuisine through the dishes he will showcase at the Corniche lunch and dinner buffet priced at Php3,880 net per person. As Founder and President of Razorchef Philippines and Punong Heneral of the Culinary Generals of the Philippines, Chef Carangian’s passion for exploring and reintroducing local, traditional dishes aims to promote the country’s historical identity.

Chef Christopher Carangian with Malolos Congress dish

Diamond Hotel will also recreate the Malolos Congress Dinner of 1898, wherein the proclamation of Philippine Independence was ratified in Bulacan. Savor the best of the original French menu, to be prepared by Chef Carangian, alongside fine wine pairings on July 9, 2024 at the Diamond Ballroom at 7pm for Php 6,800 net per person.

Potaje de Adobado de Gallina

For reservations please call (632) 8528-3000 or email restaurant_rsvn@diamondhotel.com. You may also purchase in advance at onlineshopping.diamondhotel.com. All promotions are not valid in conjunction with other promotional offers. Prior reservations are encouraged.

Diamond Hotel Philippines is located at Roxas Boulevard corner Dr. J. Quintos Street, Manila. For inquiries, please call (632) 8528-3000 or email guestservices@diamondhotel.com. For more information on Diamond Hotel Philippines, please visit www.diamondhotel.com. For hotel updates and special offerings, follow the hotel on Facebook at Diamond Hotel Philippines, and Instagram at DiamondHotelPh.

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