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Best Western Premier F1 Hotel: the Tastes of F (2 of 2)

It recently started to become a habit of mine to just make a single blog post when it came to the topic of hotels.  I'd usually include photos of the room, food and sights all in one go simply because it was less of a hassle (for me anyway) and, I believe, easier for the reader to digest.

But I find that I just had too many food photos from F restuarant, Best Western Premier F1 hotel's signature dining establishment, that I absolutely adored.  Simply put, I had a really hard time picking out my favorites, hence, I decided to make an exception and share my F food entry in another post.

F

And so, without further adeiu, I present some of the treats one may find at F.

The Savoury

Assorted sushis and makis

Sashimis!

One of the appetizers

Jamon serrano

Pork asado

Tempura

Pâté

Quiche

Fish dish I forgot the name of

Another dish which I have also fogotten the name of.  Dang memory!

And Let's Not Forget the Sweets, Too

Dessert area

So many options to choose from

Chocolate mousse

Ensaymada

Pastries!

Taho from F, one of the best I've ever hard (no bull)

Experience Something Special...

A few memorable experiences from F -- asking the friendly kuya (big brother) to prepare a peking duck wrap for you (yummy!)...

Peking duck wrap

... and enjoying the Christmas season with these festive decors...

Gigantic ginger bread house

Don't you just love the small details?

Nipa hut

... and holiday treats.

The best, and most probably the cleanest, bibingka and puto bubong you'll ever get in town

And that, folks, concludes my 2-part post on the Best Western Premier F1 hotel in Taguig.  J

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Best Western Premier F1 Hotel
32nd St., Bonifacio Global City
Taguig, Philippines
T       (+63 2) 928 9888
W     http://www.bwpremierf1hoteltaguig.com

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  1. Wow! Do I have to check-in so I could try the buffet? I'd love to try this! ;)

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  2. Everything looks so yummy! Nakakagutom :(

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  3. I love F Restaurant! I've tried their buffet early this year and I fell in love with the spread in an instant :)

    ~YedyLicious
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