Say Spiral and you are sure to see wide eyed reactions and gasps of envy or infectious excitement. For many, Spiral is the epitome of Manila’s food buffet dining scene. It ranks way up there, at the top, something that you aspire or include in your bucket list.
At the heart of Spiral are the 21 different food sections. Instead of just calling these areas as such, it prefers to name these as ateliers, which in French is an artists’s special workshop and it is where you can see their chefs, like artists, work as they create a particular dish. You can actually request also for specific dishes to your liking.
With the plethora of dining options, it can be a challenge to chose from all these. Check out the Spiral website for a full list and description of the 21 ateliers. I do have my ten favorite ateliers, check them out in the link below.
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It’s a beautifully designed dining space that, after the damage brought by a typhoon, rose to its present form, a result of a 13 month long reconceptualization costing $11 million. At the center of the elegant dining area is the iconic bronze sculpture, Rythmic Movement by Eduardo Castrillo while a beautiful spiral staircase goes around it. Unseen from above are the various ateliers, an extensive wine rack and several private rooms for intimate dining.
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Sofitel Philippine Plaza
Manila CCP Complex
Pasay City 1300
Metro Manila, Philippines
Tel:(+632) 551-5555 Fax: (+632) 832 6923