The Mandarin Oriental Experience Part Three - The Food


Whenever we are staying in a hotel, most of the time we are too lazy to get out of the room. If the room package comes with a complimentary buffet breakfast, that's the only time we are compelled to go down to the restaurant to eat. That is why the mini bar and in-room dining menu are very important to us.

I am very much aware that Paseo Uno and Tin Hau serve delectable dishes. I'm a bit disappointed  that there are not much choices available for in-room dining menu for lunch and dinner. Breakfast choices are great though.

I took pictures of some foods we ordered. I was so hungry the Bistek Tagalog and the Corn Soup did not make it :D

I requested my breakfast to be served 630am. And I'm delighted it arrived on time.

croissant, banana bread, muffin and peach tart


Fruit preserves and honey

hashbrown, scrambled eggs and sausages

Hubby's breakfast - cornflakes, fresh milk and chilled orange juice

Complimentary dessert - Pastillas de Yema (How thoughtful!)

My breakfast also includes a generous serving of hot chocolate. BTW, I shared my hearty breakfast with hubby.

Sweet and Sour Pork (Yummy and didn't know it's good for 2)

Club Sandwich 

Trivia: My husband ALWAYS orders club sandwich!

Complimentary dessert - Biko

I love that it's not too sweet :)

I had this by the pool.

I wonder, can I order the food available in the poolside menu for in-room dining? :D

The next time we stay at Mandarin Oriental, we'll spend more time eating at the restaurants :D

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