Last year, when a friend of ours got married at Paco Park Manila, we chanced upon their signage upfront the Oasis Hotel, I just shrugged and smirtted, "just another restaurant hotel." Till I've been reading and hearing accounts from good sources. Let me share a couple of pictures from that wedding inside the Paco Park.
|Behind the tables is the old Paco Church.|
|The same church taken, this time, with my daughter and the water fountain, giving a romantic feel to the event.|
|The swimming pool for the guests of Oasis Hotel|
The sausages varied according to the hardest taste, the Dolce, Traditional and Picante. A popular favorite in Northern Italy, the Dolce is a subtly sweet pork sausage. Dolce, which means sweet in Italy, has sugar components to slightly sweeten the pork and some coriander for a bit spice.
Their Traditional Italian Sausage is as true as it gets, with a medley of seasonings like ground pepper, fennel, coriander and garlic.The Picante is also an aromatic classic which is hot and spicy. Take the taste of the Spanish Chorizo on this.
All three sausages are served on a big plate of a bed of perfectly sauteed lentils and some buttered broccoli leaves, fried potato wedges and a serving of hot red wine reduction with whole garlic cloves
Il pasto migliore Italiano di sempre!
My Kitchen by Chef Chris
The Oasis Paco Park Hotel (beside Paco Church near Old Swiss Inn)
1032-34 Belen Street, Paco, Manila
Telephone: +632 521-2371 to 75
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