This 2017, Matabungkay Beach Hotel (MBH) is celebrating its 35th year anniversary. In line with this, the beach hotel will be hosting the 3rd Batangas Food Festival which will run from November to December.
Batangas Food Festival is an annual gastronomic event hosted by Matabungkay Beach Hotel.
As part of its 35th year anniversary celebration, the food festival will feature 30 diversified traditional dishes, 5 beverage concoctions, and 5 heirloom recipes from prominent clans of Batangas.
Homegrown Batangas Chef Jaja Andal from the municipality of Balayan, MBH Executive Chef Ricardo Diño Jr. from the municipality of Calatagan, and Adobo Queen Ms. Nancy Reyes-Lumen will lead the food festival.
The food festival will be launched on October 28 and 29.
Interested individuals may experience the featured dishes of the food festival for PHP500+ and enjoy the shores of Matabungkay throughout the last quarter of 2017.
Matabungkay Beach Hotel is located in Lian, Batangas. More information can be found in MBH’s official website: www.matabungkaybeachhotel.com
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