This Valentine’s Day, indulge in a gastronomic feast with your loved ones at Jpark Island Resort and Waterpark.
Cebu’s premiere beachfront resort brings you a love celebration like no other in all its highly acclaimed restaurants.
Choose from a Valentine’s Day dinner at top Cebu buffet restaurant The Abalone, 5-course meal at Coral Seaside, or set specials at Ching Hai and Maru.
On this special day of hearts, indulge in a luscious treat at Coral Seaside with a five-course meal that is served with a glass of Italian Prosecco.
Savor the carpaccio, fregola, prawns, pan-seared beef tenderloin, and chocolate treat of a dessert as you enjoy the sunset views of the Hilutungan Channel for only P3,600 nett per couple. Coral is located along the coastline of the Jpark resort.
Over at The Abalone, the Valentine’s Day dinner buffet comes with flowing standard drinks and standard entertainment. Dinner is only P1,920 nett per person.
Lady guests at Coral and The Abalone get a long-stemmed rose.
For the whole month of February, Chef Kenny Yong recommends the set dimsum special that’s good for two at only P999++. The set comes with steamed items like prawn dumplings, sio mai, shang hai dumplings, and salted egg buns; deep-fried and pan-fried items; rice and noodles; and dessert.
At Maru Korean Restaurant, Chef Daniel presents the Kimchi Jeon-Gol special good for two people. Maru’s February offering comes with spicy kimchi stew with bean curd, pork, glass noodle, onion, and green chili.
Filipino food fans should check out the barbecued pork spareribs at Olive Restaurant that’s only P750 nett per order. It comes with Cajun rice, buttered vegetables, grilled corn on the cob, and two glasses of iced tea or chilled juice.
A beer pitcher that is good for four persons with assorted nuts is only P400 at Olive.
Enjoy chill out sessions at the J Lounge or Aqus Pool Bar. Indulge in the resort’s amazing mango cocktails with pica-pica at P650 nett per set at the J Lounge or night sessions of ice-cold San Miguel draft beer at Aqus amid exhilarating displays of the Amigos’ fiery prowess in the Fire Poi Dance and music from the resort’s very own “A” band.