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Friday, August 21, 2009

Hot & Spicy Wednesday nights at the Palms

IF the craving for something spicy and hot-hot-hot hits you, the place to be is at the PauPau Bar of Palms Resort Saipan on Wednesday nights.

A wide selection of hot & spicy dishes. Photo by Raquel C. Bagnol

A wide selection of hot & spicy dishes.

Last Wednesday, the restaurant launched its “Hot, Hot and Spicy night” theme with a full buffet of the hottest and spiciest dishes you could ever find in the island.

Palms Resort Saipan Executive Sous Chef Habib Akbar said this is the first time they are offering a fusion of Mexican, Mediterranean and Indian cuisine all on Wednesday nights.

“We would like to offer our clients variations in our hot and spicy buffet each time, in addition to the main dishes,” Akbar said.

The best sellers for the night are the fajitas, beef and chicken shawarma, spicy kebab, burritos, tacos, nachos and a wide array of curry dishes and salads.

A wide selection of tempting desserts is available in one section of the PauPau Bar—fresh fruits and cakes and desserts that carry Mexican flavors.

Complete your ‘Hot! Hot! Hot” dinner at the PauPau Bar as you choose from a wide selection of sumptuous dishes and cap your dinner with a choice of bottomless miller draft beer, tequila, or iced tea.

Nothing beats having a hot and spicy eat-all-you-can dinner with the blend of savory spices and herbs permeating the air, attentive waiters and staff garbed in Mexican attire assisting you to your tables, singing chefs serenading you with favorite hits, and a superb sunset at the backdrop.

Akbar said that in the next weeks, they would provide Mexican beats to add to the festive air.

“In the next weeks, customers can expect much improved services as we move toward transforming the whole bar into a Mexican-Mediterranean-Indian setting and provide customers with a satisfyingly unforgettable, hot and spicy dinner,” Akbar said.

Marianas Visitors Authority managing director Perry B. Tenorio said he enjoyed the wonderful food, the great service, the superb setting, and he “would be back for more.”

MVA’s Bruce Bateman shared Tenorio’s zest for the hot spicy night at the PauPau Bar.

“The food is fantastic, the setting fabulous and everything is a blast,” Bateman said.

Assistant Food and Beverage manager Christina Lustre reiterated her earlier statement that for Palms Resort Saipan restaurants, customer satisfaction is the name of the game.

“We are quite surprised with the wonderful turnout of customers for the launching of our Hot Spicy Nights, and for this we again thank the community for supporting us,” Lustre said.

Sunday brunch at Kaenju

True to its commitment of finding ways to satisfy the diversified palates of its clients, Palms Resort Saipan has another treat as Kaenju Restaurant opens its Sunday Brunch on August 30, 2009.

“This is another new feature we are offering to our clients, one that you should not miss and we would like to invite everybody to be with us as we launch Kaenju Restaurant’s teppanyaki Sunday Brunch,” Akbar said. For inquiries and reservations, please call 670-322-3311.

This article was originally published HERE