Craving Cru Steakhouse’s US Certified Angus Prime Rib Steak, Marriott Café’s home-cooked meals, and Marriott Café Bakery’s breads and pastries? Have them and more delivered via Resorts World Manila’s signature food delivery service, Delishvery, or via GrabFood, foodpanda, or Pickaroo.
Other prime steak cuts from Cru available for delivery include Cape Grim Tenderloin Center Cut and Midwest Ribeye Steak. Its Ready to Eat Cru Grill Steak, meanwhile, starts at P1,430.
Marriott Café’s Mama’s Cooking offers Filipino comfort food made more special, such as the Beef Kaldereta with braised Australian beef rump, spiced tomatoes, and organic local vegetables, served with white rice. Seafood selections include Line Caught Salmon Fillet, while soup choices come in the form of Mushroom Soup and Chicken Gumbo Soup. Health-conscious diners can order a bowl Greek or Chef’s Salad.
One whole Chocolate Moist Cake or a slice of Mango Cheesecake, as well as crafted frappes and milk teas are available.
Local breads like Ube Pan De Coco Crust, Cheese Bread, and Kababayan; loaf breads such as German Whole Wheat and Australian Multigrain; the newly added Empanada; and the signature Marriott Burger with homemade 200g beef patty from Marriott Café Bakery, among others are available for takeaway.
Delishvery caters to areas within Metro Manila; to order, call (02) 7908-8885 or text 0917-878-8856. Payment may be settled via debit cards, major credit cards, PayMaya, GCash, or cash on delivery. To order via GrabFood, Pickaroo, or foodpanda, simply launch any of the apps and search for the restaurants.
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