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BUFFET restaurants you have tried; Your comments, impressions & reviews
Topic Started: Dec 4 2009, 07:39 AM (50,755 Views)
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-:
King One Rotary Hotpot
Address: M2-A Lower Hobbies of Asia, #8 Macapagal Ave., Pasay City (556-1370)

How much to shell out: P479 for an eat-all-you-can and drink-all-you-can from Monday to Saturday; P529 for dinners, Sundays and holidays (without drinks), upgrade to drink-all-you-can for an additional P65

The appeal of King One Rotary Hotpot lies in the hotpot ingredients that roll by on a conveyor belt right beside your table. With over 90 ingredients to choose from, and six soup bases available (Satay Soup, Century Egg Wansoy Soup, Spicy Szechuan Soup, Plain Soup, Hong Kong Curry Soup, and Korean Kimchi Soup), hotpot fans will also get a free dish for every two eat-all-you-can meals availed. Choose from their Spare Ribs Salt and Pepper, Yang Chow Fried Rice, and the Oyster Cake to go with your hotpot meal.
Remember: no sharing and no doggie bags, they charge P100 for leftovers.

Address: 2/F Forum Bldg. 270 Tomas Morato, Quezon City (385-7500, 332-8073); Hobbies of Asia, Macapagal Boulevard, Pasay City (387-8120, 387-8112); G/F SM Mall of Asia, Pasay City (385-7500)

How much to shell out: P580 eat-all-you can on Saturdays and Sundays and P499 lunch-all-you-can from Mondays to Fridays; add P55 for drinks; children below 4 feet will be charged P380 only.

A new player in the buffet business, Yakimix, which opened in 2009, gets a nod for its spacious dining area and their variety of Chinese and Japanese dishes on the buffet spread. The place gets extra points for the grilled meat choices and sushi selection, plus smokeless table grills that lets you dine happily without smelling like food.

Brazil! Brazil!
Address: Metrowalk, Meralco Avenue, Pasig City (638-6318), 1st level Power Plant Mall, Rockwell Drive cor. Estrella St., Makati City (899-0957); Serendra, Fort Bonifacio Global City, Taguig (856-0671)

How much to shell out: P628 per person from Monday to Thursday; P777 per person from Fridays- Sundays.

Enjoy a Brazilian meat-all-you can party at Brazil! Brazil! where, oddly, the only thing Brazilian is the barbeque or the churrasco. The slightly pricey buffet charge gets you endless skewers of barbeque which the servers bring to your table until you turn up the red side of the yoyo on your table which indicates "stop."

If you've had enough of the pork belly and tenderloin cuts, head to the central buffet area with appetizers, pasta, rice, and desserts.

Cafe Sweet Inspirations
311 Katipunan Ave., Loyola Heights, Quezon City
Mongolian Buffet - P300/head
Telephone: 928-2557, 433-4200
Cuisine: Filipino International Cakes/Breads Mongolian

How much to shell out: P295 per person (available from 10 a.m.-10:45 p.m. daily)

Known more for their pastries, this Katipunan Avenue spot also serves one of the best Mongolian buffets around. The all-day, eat-all-you-can spread indulges those who love to create their own stir-fry bowls. Expect the sauce at Cafe Sweet Inspirations, mixed in with your own concoction of meats, seafood and vegetables, to turn an ordinary hodgepodge of ingredients into a satisfying meal.

Tramway Tea House
Address: 76 Sct. Alcaraz Street corner Banawe Street Quezon City (411-1565); Timog Avenue, Quezon City

How much to shell out: P160 person on weekdays; P195 per person on weekends; P332 per person for Sunday lunch

The bargain buffet destination when it comes to Chinese food, the P160 price tag is relatively cheap for endless trips to the stations which include the staples: dimsum, dumplings, fried chicken, sweet and sour pork and vegetable dishes. The buffet gets an upgrade during Sunday lunch with Peking Duck, shrimp and roasted pork.

Alba Restaurant
Address: Tomas Morato cor. Sct. Lozano, Quezon City (925-1912, 411-7052); 38 Polaris St. Bel Air, Makati City (896-6951)

How much to shell out: P595 per person for lunch and P650 person for dinner.
The Jupiter and Westgate branch only offers the lunch buffet.

Even just for the moist, saffron-perfumed paella, the buffet Alba should be on every foodie's list. Serving an assortment of Spanish dishes which include callos, chorizo, paella plus appetizers, salad and dessert, this Spanish joint makes it easy to get stuffed with savory Spanish treats.

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 -
Creekside Square
Tomas Morato, Quezon City
Quezon City
Tel: 448-7114
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.

Siamese Grill
Bluewave Marquinton, Marikina
All the pasta you can eat, P85/head

Mandarin Palace
787 Ongpin St., Sta. Cruz, Manila

Yamcha Teahouse
Lunch/Dinner - P349 (serving over 60 Chinese dish selections)

Aling Nene's BBQ/Ihaw
Fridays & Saturdays, P200+/head

Jestine's Restaurant
Jupiter Street, Makati
Breakfast all you can, from 12AM to 12PM, P99

Lasa Manila
Festival Mall and Podium
P325 + VAT
Inihaw all you can! Yummm!

Mall of Asia
Japanese cuisine
P375 - Adult

Emperor Villa
460 Quintin Paredes Street, Binondo, Manila
Telephone 2411891
Lunch P180-200
Seafood buffet dinner P350

Paolo's Resto
Kalayaan Ave., QC
Breakfast only

Red Kimono
The Fort
P499+/ head

Thai Kitchen
Robinsons Galleria
About P200 lunch

Pasta & Salad Buffet

Astoria Plaza
Ortigas cor. Shaw
Their cuisine varies

Josephine's Restaurant
Tagaytay-Batangas Highway
Kilometer 58
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
Breakfast only
P111 per person

If you are ever in Chicago, try Hongkong Grand Buffet, a Chinese eat-all-you-can that costs around $10.00.

Wan Chai
Tomas Morato, Quezon City
P250 per head
Chinese dimsum
Edited by Mischel, Jan 19 2012, 09:48 AM.
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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):
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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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