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|BUFFET restaurants you have tried; Your comments, impressions & reviews|
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|Post #16 Jan 19 2012, 08:08 AM||Mischel|
Kowloon House on 16 West Ave charges only P280 per head (tea included). Read the review here:
Other West Avenue buffet spots:
Don Henrico's (not everyday tho')
There is a long list of buffet restaurants at this website as well. Check it out:
Here is a uber long thread (about 60-page long) on buffet restaurants:http://www.tipidpc.com/viewtopic.php?tid=74545&page=1
The following is from http://www.spot.ph/top-list/46058/non-hotel-buffets-in-manila-our-top-10-:
Vikings Luxury Buffet - near SM Mall of Asia
You can choose from different cuisines: Italian, Japanese, Western, Chinese, or Filipino.
Dusit Thani Basix Buffet
Very expensive! P1600 for lunch & P1800 for dinner.
Steak MD -
Tomas Morato, Quezon City
Open from 11:00am to 11:00pm, Sunday to Thursday; Open from 11:00am to 12:00mn, Friday and Saturday
Rub Ko 'To is the house specialty.
Bluewave Marquinton, Marikina
All the pasta you can eat, P85/head
787 Ongpin St., Sta. Cruz, Manila
Lunch/Dinner - P349 (serving over 60 Chinese dish selections)
Aling Nene's BBQ/Ihaw
Fridays & Saturdays, P200+/head
Jupiter Street, Makati
Breakfast all you can, from 12AM to 12PM, P99
Festival Mall and Podium
P325 + VAT
Inihaw all you can! Yummm!
Mall of Asia
P375 - Adult
460 Quintin Paredes Street, Binondo, Manila
Seafood buffet dinner P350
Kalayaan Ave., QC
About P200 lunch
Pasta & Salad Buffet
Ortigas cor. Shaw
Their cuisine varies
Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo Highway
Tagaytay City, Tagaytay
Tel. No. (046) 413-18-01 to 02
Weekend lunch buffet at P320
Breakfast Buffet at P220 or more
Next to Festival Mall
P111 per person
If you are ever in Chicago, try Hongkong Grand Buffet, a Chinese eat-all-you-can that costs around $10.00.
Tomas Morato, Quezon City
P250 per head
Edited by Mischel, Jan 19 2012, 09:48 AM.
|Post #17 Jan 19 2012, 11:15 AM||Eillena|
I copied the above picture from http://www.flaircandy.com/2010/12/manila%E2%80%99s-signature-dishes-metro-cuisines/
You can tell from the picture above that they offer P250-buffet every Monday, Wednesday and Friday for Lunch and Dinner, from 11 AM to 2:30 PM and 6:30 PM to 9 PM just like Best Chinatown on Banawe. Every Sunday they have whole day buffet (breakfast at P150, lunch at P250, dinner might be more expensive than lunch being the weekend).
Tel #: 731-1062
Metro Cuisines is on Amoranto St. (formerly Retiro), QC. It's at the corner of Banawe St. and Amoranto St.
There is a great review of this restaurant here (pictures of the entrees included):
|Post #18 Feb 17 2012, 10:46 AM||Karsie|
There is a good list here you can check out here:
|Post #19 Jun 17 2016, 11:10 AM||oxendrek|
Citylight Hotel, Baguio
There is a restaurant in this hotel on the lobby floor and they serve breakfast buffet. The breakfast is free if you are staying in this hotel. Otherwise, seniors pay P155 and non-seniors pay about P230, I think. The food is OK. The breakfast buffet will fill you up so much that you might even skip lunch because you're still not hungry. This is the best breakfast I had so far while in Baguio...and cheap too. The free breakfasts served in many other hotels are mediocre & unpalatable.
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