The Heritage Hotel Manila’s Riviera Café Re-Opens To Public

The Heritage Hotel Manila’s Riviera Café Re-Opens To Public

One of the premiere hotels in the country is making a comeback offering an opulent dining experience. The Heritage Hotel Manila re-opens the Riviera Café to the public, offering a wide range of different food stations to tickle your taste buds.

The RIVIERA CAFÉ at The Heritage Hotel has been redesigned and renovated to light it up and bit more making it more inviting. The restaurant is now more spacious and can accommodate up to 180 diners. If you require a more private set up, there are availalbe rooms for exclusive events or meetings.

RIVIERA CAFÉ offers a bountiful feast of rich textures, fine flavors, and elegant Eastern and Western cuisine. They have different themes every month to keep your pllet excited. Last month, they served the best of local dishes from different regions in the country, I unfortunately I missed it. I would want to taste how Chef Patrick Obia put his flair in to local favorites like sigsig, inasal, Bicol express, laing, binacol, and others. Chef Patrick was part of Pico De Loro and Richmond hotels before he was tapped by The Hertigage Hotel.

That night we had international dishes.


Sabi ko busog na ako, di na ako kakain ulit today. Sabi ko lang naman. Kasi I can’t say no to a bountyful feast served at Riviera Cafe @theheritagehotelmanila. Bawi na lang next month. ☺️ #digitalpogi

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My taste bud was on a roll that night, hipping from one station to another. If I were to choose among the dishes served to be my favorite Laksa will be on top of my list. It’s a meal on it’s own but it is, for me the start of the night. I hope that this becomes a staple even if they change themes.

And if you’re looking for a Halal-Certified dining place, RIVIERA CAFÉ is popular for its Malaysian-Singaporean dishes like Laksa, Chicken Hainanese, Beef Rendang, and Nasi Goreng.

RIVIERA CAFÉ dishes are very meticulously selected and well thought of which explains the few number of dishes. Which I don’t mid really because I’d rather dine here than ina buffet where you get a vast number of choices but all tastes the same, served cold, and bland. It’s quality over quantity. Plus for only 1188 net you get to eat better food, better, ambiance, and at a peaceful, quieter place compared to those buffet available at malls. To me RIVIERA CAFÉ at The Heritage Hotel is the better choice.

For inquiries & reservations, call (02)8854-8888 loc. 7355 or 7357.