The only famous buffet place before was Saisaki. Now, several other buffet restaurants popped up in Manila-- Yakimix (Grill, eat all you can), Matsuri (Japanese food, Order all you can), Tramway (Chinese food, Low cost buffet) and now, we even get
Here's some of the food that was served in the buffet line up:
|Food for the gods, cakes, ecclairs and cookies|
|Mango sago, sylvannas, fresh fruits, empanadas|
|Crepe Section (I remember Banana and Apple. Mango was NOT on the list)|
|Add-ons for the Ice Cream|
|Coffee and Milk Tea|
|Ice Cream tubs from Big Scoop|
|Available Syrups for mixing wherever you want|
Here's some of the desserts I've tried:
|Loved this! Milk Shake all-you-can! :)|
|Tuna and Chicken Empanada - Crunchy crust :)|
|Ice Cream w/ a stick and sprinkles|
Milk shakes available that night: Chocolate, strawberry and vanilla.
Ice Cream flavors available that night: Chocolate, Strawberry, Vanilla, Cookies & Cream and Avocado.
|Cappuccino or Latte?|
Don't ask me about the Halo halo because I'm not a fan of it so I didn't even touch the halo halo section. My mom loved the ice cream section though. I'm also not a fan of ice cream. The others were just so-so and what I didn't like was their milk tea, crepe and banana (it was not yet ripe the time they served it in the buffet selection.)
In my opinion, just the coffee, milk shake and empanada is enough to make the 199-peso dessert buffet worth it. A good enough coffee for example, averages around 80 pesos per cup. Milk shakes will average around 90 pesos too and an empanada around 15 to 20 pesos. Add that all up and you'll reach a total of 190 pesos. That's if you have one of those items each.
I hope it's the 199 price is not a promo price because higher than that, people will have second thoughts eating here unless they add a lot more dessert. I'd visit this again with friends or if I want to stay for a while when working or blogging. I wonder if I can stay from morning til night? Like other buffet places, I guess not.
915 Banawe St., Quezon City
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