Sheraton Manila Dining – Where To Dine In This Hotel?

Here are the best places to dine in if you are in Sheraton Manila. Check them out below!

SHERATON MANILA – Found within Newport World Resorts, Sheraton Manila is a distinct venue for luxury dining experiences.

Sheraton Hotels and Resorts is an international luxury hotel chain owned by Marriott International. This establishment offers accommodation, facilities, and rooms for meetings and events. And one thing this hotel is also famous for is the distinct dining experiences it can offer.

They have facilities such as Sheraton Club, Sheraton Fitness, Shine Spa, Kids Club, and Outdoor Swimming Pool.

When it comes to dining, this is where you can go:

This restaurant offers a wide assortment of premium Wagyu beef, sustainable seafood, imported Duroc Spanish pork, a more casual pub menu, and many more. They give their guests a better and more sophisticated experience when it comes to Korean barbecue. Tomahawk, Wagyu MB 5+, Duroc Spanish pork, and Bibimbap are their signature dishes.

The other Korean dishes they have include banchan, yukhoe, beef stew, and bulgogi, and the best thing about this place? You can have as much Korean barbecue as you want!

  • S Kitchen

This is Sheraton’s all-day dining restaurant where you can also avail of their buffet. They have a range of dishes to offer, from crispy lechon to prime rib, sashimi, tempura to siomai, and butter chicken – they have it!

They also have something for your sweet tooth and they got if you would want something classic local delicacies like halo- halo and all kinds of kakanin. S Kitchen has the Carving Station, Sustainable seafood, and Dessert station.

  • S-Vubble Pods

This is the first of its kind in the Philippines. This was launched during the pandemic and the whole setup quickly spread around town. Apart from privacy, it also upholds safety standards and the chance for the customers to experience dining under the stars comfortably.


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