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Marriott Manila favorites open for pick-up or delivery


Marriott Manila customers now have the option to order their favorite dishes from the hotel’s restaurants, namely Marriott Cafe, Marriott Cafe Bakery, CRU Steakhouse and Gourmet Express.

Whether craving for CRU Steakhouse’s Prime Ribeye Steak for lunch, Marriott Café’s Roasted Duck for dinner or Gourmet Express’ chicken and pizza hotel-exclusive delivery, all these and more can now be enjoyed in the comforts of one’s home through pick-up or delivery.

For fans of home-cooking but just too busy to do it, Marriott Cafe’s All-Day Breakfast offers Arroz Caldo Overload with grilled pork belly and chicken fritters; and Mama’s Cooking menu of Filipino comfort food are served even better, such as the Beef Kaldereta made with braised Australian beef rump, spiced tomatoes, organic local vegetables.

Besides pick-up and take-away, Marriott favorites are also available via GrabFood and FoodPanda — bringing the hotel dining experience right at home or wherever one is — whether it is a hearty breakfast, a filling lunch, or a dinner feast for large groups with snacks in between.


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