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Bacolod City, Philippines Monday, April 2, 2018
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A premier hotel in Bacolod City will offer a Filipino style buffet every Sunday starting this week, to attract more balikbayans and foreigners visiting Negros Occidental, in celebration of the Panaad sa Negros Festival this month.

L’Fisher Hotel Bacolod launched its Sunday Fiesta buffet yesterday in time for the Easter Sunday celebration and the start of the month when Panaad Festival in Neg. Occ. will be celebrated.

Marketing manager Chuchie Barlis said that this is the hotel’s way to cater to more customers, especially Negrense families who are fond of eating Pinoy dishes every Sunday.

Every weekend, the hotel has been serving seafood and international dishes in their buffets and this is the first time that they will serve Filipino dishes on Sunday.

“Summer is also a fiesta season and Filipino food will not be absent in this occasion. Sunday Fiesta Buffet will serve 10 to 14 Pinoy dishes from different regions in the country, like Cebu, Davao, Bohol, among others,” she said.

During the launching yesterday, a cultural group from Silay City, the Kabaatan Silay, performed local folk dances accompanied by the rondalla group. After the launching, an Easter Egg hunt for kids was held in the newly-renovated Chalet of the hotel in the afternoon.

Barlis said that there is already a crowd patronizing the buffet of L’Fisher Hotel and they are eyeing to put ‘inihaw stalls’ in the buffet to create a more experiential Negrense family day every Sunday.

In line with this new offering, their set-up for this month will be Panaad Festival inspired to attract foreign and balikbayan guests to go to various activities of this provincial festival on April 14 to 22, she also said.

The hotel is now preparing for its 28 th anniversary in September where different activities will be held for the guests and Negrenses.*MLG


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