Something sweet from Parklane
Cebu Parklane International Hotel has announced its new projects and collaborations that will surely ramp up their 11th year this 2018. A collaboration between Parklane and fashion designer, Dexter Alazas with his Amano collection has been forged through a promising pop-up store which will open sometime in March. This pop-up store will be endorsing a line of local Hablon products at the Kan-anan Restaurant, located on the 4th floor of the hotel. This fashion feat will leave a significant mark for the hotel that stands for Cebu.
Another milestone in the making is the fabrication of the Maning’s Convenience Store. Parklane has added a new store outlet which will provide the basic needs and additional amenities for its valued guests.
For food and beverage, the hotel introduced a new, year-round flavor that will permanently join Bean Date’s list of specialty pastries- Parklane’s Ato Ni Do! Nuts and Cebu Map-Fins. Ato Ni Do! Nuts are puffy homemade doughnuts either glazed with sweet Argao tablea, pureed mango, strawberry salsa or doughnut topped with egg bisaya. Do! Nut get left behind and try Parklane’s Sweet Argao Tablea Do! Nut, Mango Guadalupe Do! Nut, Dalaguete Strawberry Do! Nut, Eggs Bisaya Do! Nut. Try the newest doughnut craze, only at Bean Date, each for P95 net.
Also, with four new variants ready to tickle your taste buds and fillings are Parklane’s newest Cebu Map-Fins. Available in both savory variety such as Adobo Map-Fin and sweet varieties such as tablea Map-Fin, Strawberry Map-Fin, and Coffee Map-Fin. At only P80 net, enjoy these finger-licking Map-fins at Bean Date.
All these sweet offerings are made from original local ingredients coming from the different towns of Cebu province. Because, after all, Parklane’s thrust has always been to support local and to truly stand for Cebu. /PR
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