Kingsford Hotel Manila extends its Pinoy Food Festival this July

Kingsford Hotel Manila acknowledged that food shaped the way how Filipinos live. Most of the famous local dishes are tied to the tradition and culture of the Philippines. Aside from that, Filipino food builds long-lasting and priceless memories when shared with loved ones.

Kingsford Café’s Pinoy Food Festival Interior and Food

Last June, Kingsford Café launched its Pinoy Food Festival as part of its thematic weekend buffet every month. This gastronomic spread allows you to experience the mix of nostalgic and elevated Filipino dishes. And due to an impactful number of diners, Kingsford decided to extend the weekend buffet for the whole month of July.

Headed by Executive Chef Angelo Chubby Timban, together with his talented pool of chefs, they prepared a buffet spread that you and your family will surely enjoy. For starters, check out an array of soup options like Tiyula Itum from Sulu, Lanciao Sa Lorega from Cebu, and Sinanglaw from Ilocos. Try out the Longganisa station indulging you with different versions from the cities of Lucban, Alaminos, Vigan, Cebu, and more.

Don’t miss out the carving station where you can find the Litson Tapang Baka and Pinatasan at Hinurnong Liempo sa Laing. Other local-inspired bar chow must-eats like Inihaw na liempo, tenga (pig ears), lumot (seaweed), atay (liver), tuna buntot, tahong (mussels), shrimps, chicken inasal, and pinaputok na tilapia. You should also head to the Prinito (Fry) Station and enjoy tadyang ng baka, shrimp or kangkong rebosado, and sinangag to complete the whole Filipino food experience.

Filipino dishes at Pinoy Food Festival

You can also enjoy the Hot Section with bulkachong from Davao, Kalderertang Kambing from Pampanga, San Nicolas Dinuguan from Pangasinan, Dinakdakan from Isabela, kare-kareng baka at Libro libro, manok pianggang, inihaw na lamangdagat with alavar sauce from Zamboanga. 

While you’re at it, remember to make room for panghimagas or desserts and enjoy novelty dishes like leche flan sa kalabasa, ginataang halo-halo, halo-halong suman and so much more.

Pinoy Food Festival Grilling Station

Pinoy Food Festival is open every Friday and Saturday, 6pm to 10pm for the whole month of July. Enjoy this extended promotion for only Php 1,588 per person.

Reserve your tables now at the Kingsford Cafe, send an email to [email protected], or call 09178053585. You can also reach us through Kingsford Hotel Manila’s Facebook page and follow them on Instagram @kingsfordmanila. To know more information about the hotel, visit