Spice up an event at Uma Nota Manila

Event planners on the lookout for a fun and lively experience in metro Manila should consider Uma Nota Manila, a restaurant and bar that tempts with Brazilian-Japanese cuisine, eclectic interiors, and Rio carnival-inspired music.

Located at Shangri-La Hotel The Fort at Bonifacio Global City, this is the third Uma Nota after Hong Kong and Paris, and is founded by Hong Kong-based siblings Alexis and Laura Offe.

The menu is extensive and creative, from entrees of crispy tapioca with cheese squares and avocado sushi, to steaks with a twist and a black cod dish. Vegetarian, dairy, and gluten-friendly options are also available.

These items are paired can be paired with tipples – with a dash of humour and fun – such as a toasted coconut liqueur in a cup noodle-like receptacle or a drink mix pinned with the guest’s photo.

A dramatic hallway, hanging tree installation and playful lighting are some elements that help Uma Nota stand out. The space offers a standing capacity of 500 to 550 pax, or 174 pax seated. The event area can be split into four smaller spaces – The Living Room, The Bar, Meiji Room, and Tropicalia.

With music being an integral part of Uma Nota, the restaurant boasts a central DJ station and top-notch speaker system. Audiovisuals such as projector, speakers and screens can be provided on request.

Contact events.manila@uma-nota.com for more information like buyout prices, customisation of menus, and other special arrangements.

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