Located in Pasay City, S Kitchen is an all-day eatery known for its globally inspired menu incorporating local products and techniques. Indulge in a mouthwatering fusion of Filipino flavors while exploring an extensive buffet with delectable foreign dishes, including vegan alternatives. Featuring the unique recipe of Executive Chef Kiko, which consists of a hand-formed beef patty topped with crisp bacon and veggies. French fries are included.
S Kitchen at the Sheraton Manila Hotel elevates casual dining to a new level with its modern decor and minimalist live buffet stations. Indulge in classical Filipino delicacies prepared with the freshest local ingredients, time-honored methods, and fan-favorite international specialties. The restaurant’s opulent private dining rooms also make it an ideal location for small social gatherings.
Meat Ball – Plant-Based Meat Balls, Local Pickled Radish
Toast – Choice of One: White, Whole Wheat or Rye Toast
Gluten Free – Choice of One: Sugar Free With Raisin or Gluten Free Loaf
Pain Au Chocolat
S Kitchen Dessert
Cheesecake – Graham Crust Base, Light and Smooth Cheesecake Texture, Topped With Mango
Ube Cake – Layers of Ube Jaconde Creamcheese Frost, Calamansi Gelee, Macapuno, Purple Yan Jam
Vegan Brownie – Chocolate, Caramelized Popcorn
S Kitchen Opening Hours
Open daily, Buffer hours Breakfast: 6:30AM to 10:30AM Lunch: 12:00PM to 3:00PM / Dinner Sunday to Thursday 6:00PM to 9:00PM Friday and Saturday 6:00PM to 10:00PM. A La Carte Hours Breakfast: 6:30AM to 11:00AM All Day: 11:00AM to 10:00PM.
S Kitchen Contact Information
S KitchenPhilippines Head Office Address: Ground Level, Sheraton Manila Hotel Pasay City, 1309.
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