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Monday, March 30, 2015

Ayala malls supports The Gastronomy Festival in celebration of Madrid Fusion Manila

The Ayala Malls opens up an exciting world of flavor with The Gastronomy Festival




Madrid fusion was launched last March 26 at Fairmont Hotel. Madrid Fusion Manila puts the spotlight on the Philippines as an Asian center of gastronomy, and to promote the country as a top culinary destination for 2015. Being one of the banner projects of “Visit the Philippines 2015”,

An explosion of bold flavors, exotic ingredients and mouthwatering aromas are set to tickle the palate in the most, exciting way through the first local edition of Madrid Fusion.

For more than 12 years, Madrid Fusion has been the most important international gastronomic event on progressive haute cuisine in Spain, and for the first time in history, the event will be held outside Madrid, and comes to the Philippines through the efforts of the Department of Tourism.






Ayala Malls supports this important culinary milestone with an exceptional showcase of music, film, and the best Filipino-Spanish fare through The Gastronomy Festival at Ayala Malls – part of Department of Tourism’s Flavors of the Philippines Festival, in celebration of Madrid Fusion Manila.



Food takes center stage
From April 10 to 26, select restaurants of Greenbelt, Bonifacio High Street and Ayala Center Cebu will offer Menu Degustaci√≥n – specialty dishes that imbibe the spirit of culinary innovation, techniques, and deconstruction. Savor the exquisite flavours of classic dishes, as well as new culinary creations crafted by Ayala Malls’ premier restaurants. Participating restaurants include Cibo, Lusso, Fely J’s, Lorenzo’s Way, Chihuahua, Caf√© Havana, Sumo Sam, John & Yoko, and Balboa, all in Greenbelt; 2nd’s Restaurant, Lorenzo’s Way, Nanbantei of Tokyo, Wild West Roadhouse, Beso Cucina and Vinoteka, and Wolf & Fox Gastropub, all in Bonifacio High Street; and New Orleans, Seafood Island, and Sumo Sam; all in Ayala Center Cebu.

Good food with good conversations await in Cocinas Viajeras, a stylized food truck festival featuring Ayala Malls’ premier restaurants, and the creations of top chefs, including Chef Gaita Fores, Chef Chele Gonzales, Chef Myrna Segismundo, Chef Rob Pengson, Chef JP Anglo, Chef Noel dela Rama, and Chef Sau del Rosario. Catch the Cocinas Viajeras as they tour Bonifacio High Street (April 10-12), Trinoma (April 11-12), Glorietta (April 17-18), and Alabang Town Center (April 24-25).



Even the everyday diner has a reason to celebrate with Merienda, an afternoon foodie treat at an unbeatable price. Merienda will be served from 2pm to 5pm on April 13-16 and April 20-23 at Food Choices of Glorietta, and Alabang Town Center, with Market! Market offering Merienda at both Food Choices and Fiesta Market!. Over at Ayala Center Cebu, Merienda will be offered from April 20-24.



Fiesta! Food & Music Festival 
Food is not simply about satiating appetite, it’s an all-sensory experience that excites and inspires. So to truly embrace the essence of Madrid Fusion Manila, Ayala Malls also cooked up Fiesta!, a food and musical festival that blends the fascinating worlds of gastronomy and music.

Delight in the Festival de la Paella Gigante III at Greebelt 3 Park on April 18, where you can partake of giant paella prepared by Chef J Gamboa, Chef Fernando Aracama, Chef Carlo Miguel and Chef Mikkel Arriet; and enjoy live music by DJ Lean & the Patiqueros, DJ Badkiss, and BP Valenzuela, along with a dance performance by Centro Flamenco.

Indulge in the culinary and musical delights where top DJs and bands such as Pulso, Up Dharma Down, and Sinyma, fill your night with heart-thumping dance beats. Head over and party at Bonifacio High Street and Alabang Town Center on April 25, and Fairview Terraces on April 25-26.

Fiesta! also makes it way down south at Ayala Center Cebu on  April 24-26, and Centrio Mall at Cagayan de Oro on April 18 for the Kagay-anon Sinuglaw Festival, in partnership with DOT Region 10.



Pelikula: Spanish Foodie Film Festival
Ayala Malls, together with the Embassy of Spain, serve a visual feast with films that center on the art of gastronomy. Pelikula: The Spanish Foodie Film Festival will happen exclusively at the Greenbelt 3 Cinema from April 22 to 26, with films such as Mugartiz B.S.O.; 3055 Jean Leon; El Somni del Celler de Can Roca; El Pollo, El Pez, y el Cangrejo Real; and Taba. Table Game Nerua A Journey to the Essence Cooking up to a Tribute. Tickets are priced at P100 per screening and available at Greenbelt.

Bonifacio High Street will also hold an outdoor foodie film screening on April 11.


Mercado 
Excited foodies can experience a taste of The Gastronomy Festival early with Mercado — a mini marketplace that features Spanish-Filipino gourmet fare, cured meats, fresh produce, breads, wine and cheeses, and live performances by Sabor Latino, and Batu Yilmaz. Catch Mercado at Trinoma on March 27-28, Glorietta on April 10-11, Greenbelt on April 23-24, and Alabang Town Center and Fairview Terraces on April 25-26.

From time-tested culinary classics to new epicurean delights, The Gastronomy Festival offers a bite of Spain and holds no reservations in giving gourmands all that they want and need. Enjoy the food and festivities all happening at Ayala Malls. ¡Buen provecho!

For more details, please visit Ayala Malls on Facebook at facebook.com/ayalamalls; on Twitter @iloveayalamalls; on Instagram @iloveayalamalls; or log on to www.ayalamalls.com.ph.






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