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Destination: New Orleans. At Acaci, Acacia Hotel Manila

New Orleans – the city of jazz, of Creole culture, of a relaxed way of life. New Orleans is the kind of place that can make all your ambitions disappear, replaced by the desire to just lean back and let the surroundings filter through all of your senses. What an enchanting city. 

The French Quarter, the earliest part of New Orleans, is the area most popular with tourists. The city has an interesting history, having been ruled by the French for many years and by the Spanish for some time as well, lending it a charming architecture and a unique culture. The French Quarter is also home to the infamous Bourbon Street where tourists are known to indulge in a variety of sins. -eve andersson


But let’s not dwell on sins shall we, and focus on the city’s food instead! :P For a limited time, ACACI of Acacia Hotel Manila brings us New Orleans as it gives us a gastronomical tour & historical background of the City of Enchantment through some popular & traditional dishes like GUMBO, JAMBALAYA, Po Boys, Red Beans & Rice, Shrimp Creole, Muffuleta & a whole lot more!

Acaci Restaurant, Acacia Hotel Manila

Acacia Hotel Manila, 5400 East Asia Drive corner Commerce Avenue, Alabang, Muntinlupa
(02) 720-2000


From Mondays thru Thursdays, indulge in a lunch or dinner buffet at only Php 1,198 net. And  on weekends, enjoy a New Orleans feast at Acaci of Acacia Hotel Manila for Php 1,298 net. Includes free-flowing sangria during Sunday brunches!












Take delight in year-round favorites as well..


Salads, Cold Cuts & Appetizers..



Grilling station..





Carbs station..




and desserts.

Thank you so much Acacia Hotel Manila & my friend Marla Mendoza for an enchanted evening! <3 Were it not for a very relaxing afternoon at the spa, we’d party all day, party all night in New Orleans! As it was, our eyes were drooping mid way from our massage-induced intoxicated state haha. And so we GOppets gals did what we do best. Eat, Sleep, Repeat.


My happy dates..



and my very happy plates! ;) May I just add? Do look for the chocolate soufflé. It Is AMAZEBALLS! <3


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  • Reply Noel Q.

    Anong sins yan??? Pwede ba maki-join? hahahahaha…

    I love gumbo and jambalaya! At ang mura ng buffet nila ha… wish I was there right now. Hopefully they’ll have a similar theme in the future. =)

    June 26, 2015 at 3:07 pm
    • Reply sugargospice

      Lahat ng sins gusto mo talaga hala! ;)) Paguwi mo lezzgo. Mwah! :-*

      June 26, 2015 at 7:17 pm
  • Reply Kei Aclaro

    When I read the post’s banner yesterday, two things came to mind agad – gumbo and jambalaya! I have always been curious about these 2 dishes ever since napanuod ko sa TLC yung feature na Gumbo Festival in New Orleans… :)

    Napakalayo ko naman kasi po para matry ang mga nasa post nyo. Sabi ng ng little man ko “nasa bundok ng tralala”… Hahaha!

    June 27, 2015 at 9:50 am
    • Reply sugargospice

      Oo nga. Next time na magstaycation kayo hopefully sa South so we can meet up Kei :-*

      June 27, 2015 at 11:57 am

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