A Treat Fit for your King: Celebrate Father’s Day at home with Sheraton Manila Bay

The new normal calls for new creative ways to make your dads feel loved and appreciated.

Even if we’re all just at home, you can still surprise him with a feast that’s especially made for him – a feast that’s a sure way to your dad’s heart!

Spend a flavor-filled Father’s Day with him and your whole family with Sheraton Manila Bay’s “Father’s Day Takeaway Chill” Gourmet Bundle!

Meat the Man “Father’s Day Takeaway Chill” Gourmet Bundle

For just P3,588 net, you can take your pick between Dad’s Choice or Meat the Man specialty group bundles, and both include a sumptuous feast good for 4 to 5 people!

For Meat the Man, you can munch on nachos and zesty potato wedges with aioli dip for starters.

Feast on Barbeque Glazed Baby Back Ribs with grilled sausages, smashed potatoes, green beans and corn on a cob.

Enjoy slices of the Slow Roasted Beef Brisket and devour on chicken wings in garlic parmesan, buffalo and Provençale flavors.

To balance all these flavorful dishes, these packages also includes steamed rice, a country Baguette, Classic Chef’s Salad and drinks.

And end your meal on a sweet note with a personalized Father’s Day Irish Bailey’s Hazelnut Cake!

Even if Father’s Day is just on June 20, this promo is available from June 1 to 30, 2021!

View their full menu at bit.ly/SheratonDad and to place your order, call +632 5318 0788, 0917 583 7294, 0917 583 7326 or email sh.mnlsb.fnb@sheraton.com.

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Apple Gamboa is the Life Editor of SubSelfie.com.

She is also the Creative Team Lead of PayMaya, the leading digital financial services provider in the country.

She was previously a Media Relations Manager for Ogilvy Philippines and an interview and field producer for GMA News programs Quick Response Team and News to Go. She was also a producer of lifestyle TV shows and documentaries. Travelling and music are her passion, and taking risks is her reality medicine. Journalism 2010, UST. Read more of her articles here.

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