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    Choice Buffet Restaurant: Korean Buffet & Grill popular with Korean Tourists

    by machomikemd Updated Apr 5, 2013

    You would know that a restaurant is authentic if the tourists and expatriates of the country the cuisine originated patronizes the restaurant in the country that host the restaurant and this example can be seen here in the Choice Buffet Restaurant which serves mainly korean buffet dishes and grilled specialties and a little bit of japanese food. The clientele is a healthy mix of local filipinos, korean expatriates in the philippines and korean tourists. hence the seal of authenticity of the korean cuisine of the buffet restaurant. It is owned by a south korean lady businesswoman expatriate in the Philippines.

    The restaurant is just 3 doors away from Yakimix in Hobbies Buidling and for me is the best korean-japanese grill and buffet restaurant in the Metro Manila Area, beating Yakimix and Sambokojin by a mile.

    according to their website:

    CHOICE BUFFET RESTAURANT officially entered the restaurant industry on December 11, 2011. Owned by Ms. Donita Choi, it is strategically located in Hobbies of Asia Mall, Macapagal Blvd., Pasay City. Since then, the restaurant has been satisfying the appetite of numerous guests.



    Choice Buffet is an eat-all-you-can style restaurant also known as "smorgasbords". We offer a range of authentic Korean and Japanese cuisine that are prepared and served with the passion and care. We also serve bottomless drinks inclusive in our rates to complete your dining experience.



    In our one year of operation, we are proud to say that we provide delicious food and good service to our guests.

    Favorite Dish: the meats are all imported from australia and new zealand and most are already marinated but some are not and you can pick from a variety of korean and japanese condiments and dipping sauce and marinades at the buffet counter and just baste and glaze your preferred meat cut while grilling and then eat! they have the best Kalbi Jim and Samgyeopsal and Beef Bulgogi in the Metro.

    Monday to Friday
    Saturday & Sunday

    Lunch
    11:30 am – 2:30 pm
    Holidays
    11:30 am – 2:30 pm & 5:30 pm – 11:00 pm

    Dinner
    5:30 pm – 11:00 pm
    Lunch
    Php 580.00
    11:30 am – 2:30 pm

    Dinner
    Php 580.00
    5:30 pm – 11:00 pm

    entrance sushi marinated meats and seafood for grilling korean buffet dishes smokeless grill
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    Yakimix: Korean-Japanese Grill and Buffet and More

    by machomikemd Updated Apr 4, 2013

    Yakimix is an emerging popular Fusion of Grilled Japanese and Korean Specialties and more. (they are the direct competitor of Sambokojin Buffet Restaurant and Grill which in my book is better) They have several Branches along the Metro Manila area and the Wait Line here during lunch and dinner will be about an hour! This branch is at the Hobbes Building at the Macapagal Avenue here in Pasay City.

    The place is that popular due to the reasonable price of their Buffets. The owners have another Buffet Concept called the Buffet 101 (more of the international Buffet Kind) at the Mall of Asia, also here in Pasay City. Yakimix offers assorted Japanese and Korean goodies that can be grilled at the smokeless grill located at your table or you can partake of the set dishes at the assorted buffet table and they offer assorted Kimchis, Sushi, Sashimi, Fried Rice and Soups. The assorted meats and seafoods and the assorted sauces and grilling bastes are endless and are from sweet to sour to spicy to salty. No wonder that these Buffett Resto is tops!

    the Price of a Lunch and Dinner Buffet here is 660 pesos on weeknds (520 pesos on weekdays) and you add 80 pesos for unlimited drinks.

    Favorite Dish: assorted japanese and korean goodies like samgyeopsal, sushi, maki, yakitori, bulgogi, Japchae and more!

    Opens from 11:00 am - 2:00 pm, 5:30 pm - 11:00 pm

    Su, M, T, W, Th, F, Sa: 11:00 am - 2:00 pm
    Su, M, T, W, Th, F, Sa: 5:30 pm - 11:00 pm

    Favorite Dish: assorted japanese and korean goodies like samgyeopsal, sushi, maki, yakitori, bulgogi, Japchae, sukiyaki, kara age, kalbi jim and more!

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    Highlands Steakhouse: Newly Refurbished Highlands Steakhouse

    by machomikemd Written Apr 4, 2013

    the Popular Highlands Steakhouse in the SM Mall of Asia Complex is now newly refurbished and under new management. they tweaked on the menu and removed some dishes and added some more. The Highland's steakhouse is now not under the SM Group and was bought by a local businessman and the place had a makeover and is now more roomy but still has the provincial log cabin appeal. One of the changes is that they now have a different baked breads that are complimentary, not as good as the old brown breads as before and they now have additional dishes like foie gras, seafood aglio, western style salpicao, John Wayne Prime Rib and Jesse James Rib Eye Steak to name a few.

    This tip will be on the new Highland's steakhouse.

    Hours M, T, W, Th, F, Sa, Su: 10:00AM - 10:00PM

    Favorite Dish: like what I said, the new complimentary bread is not that tasty (see my old highland steakhouse tips) but the steaks are as good as ever and I have the Jesse James Rib Eye Steak 16 ounces at 1,800 pesos an order. the 26 ounce cowboy steak is priced at 3,800 pesos an order and assorted seafood dishes like the chilean sea bass at 1,400 pesos an order.

    outside the so so complimentary bread chilean sea bass the 16 ounce jesse james rib eye steak more roomy interiors
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    Robbie's Seafood Restaurants: One of d "Paluto" Restaurants at Macapagal Avenue

    by machomikemd Written Apr 4, 2013

    The Seafood Market in Macapagal Avenue in Pasay City has now eclipsed the original "dampa" of paranaque city where you can buy fresh seafood and other produce at the market and then lets the slew of restaurants beside it cook the fresh produce you bought in any style you want with a cooking charge per dish. these restaurants also have their own set menus too. One of the Paluto Places in Macapagal Avenue is Robbie's Seafood Restaurant

    Robbie's Seafood Restaurant lies in the periphery of the sprawling seafood market and like any other restaurants in the area, accepts "paluto" from the fresh produce that you bought at 150 pesos cooking charge for shrimps and 120 pesos for other fishes and 90 pesos for meats.

    opens: 11:00 am to 12:00 am everyday.

    Favorite Dish: they have an extensive selection of seafood dishes but we did buy fresh seafood from the market and have them cook the produce and with the assorted cooking charge per dish of 150 pesos for shrimps, 200 pesos for lobsters and 120 pesos for other meals.

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    The Chicken Rice Shop: Malaysian and Singaporean Style Chicken Rice

    by machomikemd Written Apr 4, 2013

    Hainanese Chicken Rice tweaked to Malaysian and Singaporean Tastes is now becoming popular in the philippines as more filipinos travel to these countries due to the influx of budget airlines and low cost fares and filipinos are now appreciating the dishes of neighboring south east asian countries hence the influx of a slew of singaporean, malaysian and assorted chicken rice restaurants in the philippines. Filipinos love chicken with rice and hainanese chicken rice is now becoming popular. One them them is the Chicken Rice Shop (an international chain) which now has four branches in the philippines. this branch is at Harbor Square in the CCP Complex.

    opens: 10:00 am to 10:00 om everyday

    according to their website:

    "The Chicken Rice Shop" (TCRS) is a chain of HALAL family restaurants operated by TCRS Restaurants Sdn Bhd, a company incorporated in Malaysia. TCRS is a quick service restaurant that provides the customer a comfortably cozy environment to dine in as well as convenient take away services for those on the go. We pride ourselves in providing friendly quick service for all our customers. The Chicken Rice Shop also provides catering services for special occasions.

    With grandmother's traditional secret Hainanese chicken rice recipe brought down from generations and maternal grandmother's treasured recipe from Penang, the best of both grandmothers' recipes were perfected and introduced into the menu.

    As our name suggests, "The Chicken Rice Shop" serves traditionally prepared steamed, roasted, honey barbecued or braised chicken as its signature products. These signature dishes are served with fluffy chicken flavored rice cooked to perfection from a recipe passed down through the generations, originating from Hainan Island. Our signature appetizer, Pai Tee or Top Hats is a popular treat for our customers. It is made up of dainty pastry shells filled with shredded vegetables and chicken meat accompanied by a tangy sweet sour sauce. This is further complemented by a choice of four oyster sauce based vegetable dishes. These vegetables are lightly blanched to retain its natural flavour and topped with crunchy fried shallots.

    Favorite Dish: the chicken rice shop not only serves hainanese chicken rice but also other chicken style dishes like roast chicken rice, honey chicken rice, fried chicken rice, with prices from 120 pesos for a single piece of chicken with fragrant rice up to 600 pesos for a whole chicken. they also have other singaporean and malaysian staples like the laksa curry noodles at 160 pesos an order, bee hon noodles at 180 pesos an order and desserts like ais kacang and gula melaka.

    outside laksa curry noodles hainanese chicken rice triple c iced tea ais kacang
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    Vikings: A Feast from the Sea: One of the best buffets in Metro Manila

    by nixca316 Updated Oct 29, 2012

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    I love the feeling I have inside whenever I enter this place. Everyone seems to be having fun. Different personalities, different tastes, but all are like little children who enter either a candy or a toy store. There are many choices so that no one could be left out. Some who have allergies could choose this and that...et cetera, et cetera.

    This free standing restaurant is one of the best buffet places in town. The management is very, very keen in sanitation and they serve their clients well, even it is practically supposed to be "self-service".

    WEEKDAYS:
    PhP688.00++ (Lunch)
    PhP888.00++(Dinner)

    less 20% for Senior Citizens(in the Philippines, people from 60 years old and up, as long as there is an OSCA id) and Persons with Disability (with id)

    Kids' rate:

    Weekday lunch -

    3ft below - free
    3ft to 4ft - PhP288.00 ++
    4ft to 4ft6in - PhP488.00 ++

    Weekday dinner -

    3ft below - free
    3ft to 4ft - PhP388.00++
    4ft to 4ft6in - PhP588.00++

    WEEKENDS:
    Lunch and Dinner - PhP1088.00++

    less 20% for Senior Citizens(in the Philippines, people from 60 years old and up, as long as there is an OSCA id) and Persons with Disability(with id)

    Kids' rates:

    Lunch and Dinner:

    3ft below - free
    3ft to 4ft - PhP488.00++
    4ft to 4ft6in - PhP688 .00++

    Their Facebook Page

    Mode of payment:

    Cash and Major Credit Cards

    Favorite Dish: It's hard to have a favorite here because EVERYTHING is good. There's a wide selection and even if you don't eat everything(I wonder if anyone could---LOL), you will be fully satisfied.

    :-D

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    Sumibi Yakiniku Tajimaya, Mall of Asia: Wagyu and other Japanese Delights

    by nixca316 Updated Oct 11, 2012

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    There are places I frequent and there are places I promise to get back to after trying other restaurants in the area or other places, simply because they are unforgettable.

    Sumibi Yakiniku Tajimaya is one such place.

    The place looks intimidating at first, but surprise, surprise! They have an eat all you can option that is so affordable.

    Imagine eating all the meat you can grill for under PhP500. If you don't eat meat, they have a la carte too, and they have a wide selection of delectable dishes.

    The service?

    They are very, very nice and helpful. They would answer your questions with a smile and would try to make you as comfortable as possible.

    If you need assistance with the grilling, they are willing to help you.

    Visit their Facebook Page and their Singapore Branch's Official Website for more details :)

    FOR BETTER PICTURES and great stories about Tajimaya, click the links below:

    Sarie Cruz's Tajimaya Yakiniku experience :)

    Lovely Tan's blog entry

    Franny Wanny's Blog entry



    Cash and major credit cards are accepted

    Mon - Sun: 10:30 am - 11:00 pm

    Favorite Dish:
    Just check the pictures. We loved all of them!

    (Price per person depends on what you order)

    Ishiyaki Bibinba (Sizzling rice w/veggies & egg Egg Soup with Noodles Egg Rolls with Beef Boiled Japanese Sausage
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    Shyril: Buy stuff at the market first then dine there

    by nixca316 Updated Oct 11, 2012

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    The food here is delicious and the servers are nice, but before you go and eat here, please buy food at the market first.

    We chose the place because we had limited budget. It was the most ordinary looking eatery so we entered the place. We were more convinced when we saw how CHEAP everything was. What we didn't count on was the MARKET fee (market fee means their charge for going to the market for you).

    We didn't understand it at first because when they showed us the prices, they were very, very affordable, so we were very happy while we were eating. What we didn't know was that they had a HUGE mark-up if they were the ones who were going to go to the market.

    The others were wiser. They bought stuff at the market first, then they let them cook the delicious food, ergo, they had a much, much, much, much, much smaller bill. It was a PALUTUAN(a place where you let others cook something you would eat, which is practically what a restaurant is all about...to revive or restore your energy someone else cooks for you...but they added: what you caught or bought because it's the seaside!!!!) after all.

    Sigh.

    We were planning to go shopping at the bazaar, but...

    Anyways, we learned it the hard way maybe to warn you guys.

    If you wish to eat at any of the restaurants at this PASAY Seaside Commercial Strip, buy the food at the market first, then enjoy the very delicious food at a more affordable price.

    Since that's the case, I guess you can even choose the more posh looking restaurants and still get a smaller bill than we did.

    Our food was delicious, but oh so ordinary, so we never imagined it to be so expensive.

    We could have eaten at a five star restaurant with the amount we paid.

    Ignorance of the Seaside Commercial Strip RULES excuses no one. =p

    Still, I am not stopping you from choosing SHYRIL too, because they are good cooks and the service crew were very, very nice to us.

    It looks ordinary, but clean In all fairness, this is yummy I'd rather let her wave the VT flag here Prices indicated DO NOT include the
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    Huey Ying: Delicious Food

    by Quennie Written Aug 21, 2012

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    Huey Ying is located at Dampa Macapagal (there are other Dampa in Metro Manila).
    Dampa is where there is a wet market and you/restaurant staff will buy ingredients to
    what you cooked. They can grill, saute, steam and almost anything you can think of
    for your choice food.

    Design is not that big for Heuy Ying but they have a big clean air-conditioned room with
    plenty of tables. The big thing for them is great service and good food.

    Favorite Dish: Shrimp Tempura is one of my favorites - big prawns covered in crunchy
    bread crumbs and everything that makes it so delicious. We also were
    served individual saucers for the dip/sauce.

    Huey Ying of Dampa Macapagal Your choice: if you buy or they do it for you Spicy Crab Claws Shrimp Tempura Cheesy Baked Mussels
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    Golden Bay Fresh Sea foods Restaurant: Big Chinese Restaurant near Mall of Asia (2)

    by machomikemd Updated Jul 14, 2012

    part two of my tips with more pictures of the huge restaurant

    this is the biggest chinese sea food restaurant in the Reclamation Area of Pasay City and is near the Mall of Asia Complex. They have a huge dining area in the first floor and several private rooms for parties and a large banquet hall in the second floor. It is very popular from the local Chinese-Filipino Community and local filipinos with big wallets. The restaurant specialize in Fresh Chinese Cantonese Style Sea Food Dishes and they have large aquarium tanks filled with assorted live fish and sea food like spiny lobsters, rock lobsters, groupers, eels, tiger prawns, scallops, mud crabs, rock fish and more where you can choose your sea food and they will cook them cantonese style. they also have selections of meat, noodles, soups, dumplings and vegetable dishes but their showcase are the live seafood which costs are astronomical.

    according to their website:

    History

    Golden Bay Fresh Seafood Restaurant is the brainchild of a group of friends who wanted to showcase the Chinese culture, tradition and cuisine. During their weekly tea gatherings, they would discuss how much they missed the sumptuous dishes which they enjoyed back home. In late 2006, their talks led the group to come up with a concept for a grand restaurant that would showcase traditional and modern Chinese cuisine. In the beginning, their plan was to establish a typical Chinese restaurant that was comparable to other restaurants in the country. However, encouraged by the strong outlook of the tourism industry in the country, they decided to build a grander and more exquisite restaurant which would offer a dining experience that is unparalleled on this side of the world. They also wanted this convenient and satisfying dining destination to be big enough for a multitude of people to converge in and share fond memories.

    Opens: 10:00 am to 10:00 pm everyday

    Favorite Dish: they have an extensive collection of fresh sea food dishes which you can order ala carte or via set meals, chinese lauriat style. prices of the set meals varies from 5,000 pesos for a group of 6 persons to 25,000 pesos, depending on the rarity of sea food you order.

    a one kilo of fresh spiny lobster will set you back for 3,600 pesos, fresh tiger prawns at 1,500 pesos an order. Dumplings like siomai or shrimp dumplings at 100 pesos an order, noodles at 400 pesos an order. fresh Abalone at 4,500 pesos a kilo (cooking included).

    soups starts at 300 pesos an order and fried rice at 300 pesos an order.

    inside fresh grouper (lapu lapu) fresh rock lobsters sweet and sour pork seafood fried rice
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    Golden Bay Fresh Sea foods Restaurant: Big Chinese Restaurant near Mall of Asia (1)

    by machomikemd Written Jul 14, 2012

    This will be a two part tip with more pictures of the huge restaurant

    this is the biggest chinese sea food restaurant in the Reclamation Area of Pasay City and is near the Mall of Asia Complex. They have a huge dining area in the first floor and several private rooms for parties and a large banquet hall in the second floor. It is very popular from the local Chinese-Filipino Community and local filipinos with big wallets. The restaurant specialize in Fresh Chinese Cantonese Style Sea Food Dishes and they have large aquarium tanks filled with assorted live fish and sea food like spiny lobsters, rock lobsters, groupers, eels, tiger prawns, scallops, mud crabs, rock fish and more where you can choose your sea food and they will cook them cantonese style. they also have selections of meat, noodles, soups, dumplings and vegetable dishes but their showcase are the live seafood which costs are astronomical.

    according to their website:

    History

    Golden Bay Fresh Seafood Restaurant is the brainchild of a group of friends who wanted to showcase the Chinese culture, tradition and cuisine. During their weekly tea gatherings, they would discuss how much they missed the sumptuous dishes which they enjoyed back home. In late 2006, their talks led the group to come up with a concept for a grand restaurant that would showcase traditional and modern Chinese cuisine. In the beginning, their plan was to establish a typical Chinese restaurant that was comparable to other restaurants in the country. However, encouraged by the strong outlook of the tourism industry in the country, they decided to build a grander and more exquisite restaurant which would offer a dining experience that is unparalleled on this side of the world. They also wanted this convenient and satisfying dining destination to be big enough for a multitude of people to converge in and share fond memories.

    Opens: 10:00 am to 10:00 pm everyday

    Favorite Dish: they have an extensive collection of fresh sea food dishes which you can order ala carte or via set meals, chinese lauriat style. prices of the set meals varies from 5,000 pesos for a group of 6 persons to 25,000 pesos, depending on the rarity of sea food you order.

    a one kilo of fresh spiny lobster will set you back for 3,600 pesos, fresh tiger prawns at 1,500 pesos an order. Dumplings like siomai or shrimp dumplings at 100 pesos an order, noodles at 400 pesos an order. fresh Abalone at 4,500 pesos a kilo (cooking included).

    soups starts at 300 pesos an order and fried rice at 300 pesos an order.

    outside menu the aquarium fresh river shrimps seafood soup
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    The Chewy Junior SOHO Express Cafe: Enjoying sweets with lesser guilt!;) +yummy pizza

    by nixca316 Updated Jul 2, 2012

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    “Let’s bake ‘em and not fry ‘em” (Chewy Junior Motto)

    There is no such thing as a guiltless dessert, even if lots of places would claim it and I know for a fact that not all those labeled "sugar free" products are safe.

    This place may offer safe sugar free stuff (like their gelato) in the future, but the products they have now are safe for those once-in-a-while treats. Caveat for the diabetics: Not too much, OK? It's still made of sugar.

    I have been seeing a branch of this joint in Greenbelt 3 (3rd floor near the cinema queue), but did not give it the time of day, until I heard my friends talk about it.

    They were raving about how the cream fillings weren't oily, et cetera, et cetera.

    I had to try it.

    We had a great time tasting cream puffs with delightful fillings and toppings to boot.
    As I interviewed Myrna, one of the trusted employees, she said the difference was that the cream puffs are baked with a smile and not deep fried like the other brands.



    The place is small, but has a welcoming atmosphere.

    We were greeted with smiles, and were served well.

    They also treated my autistic savant brother in an extraordinary way. I am very happy about that.



    Mode of payment:

    Cash basis only



    To learn more about them click these links (and their international site below):
    Chewy Junior Philippines Official Website
    Their Facebook Page



    My Multiply Page about them

    Favorite Dish:
    CREAM PUFFS:
    Almond Sweetheart
    ChocNut Twist
    Dulce de Leche Swirl

    DRINKS:
    I love the Wicked Watermelon and the Just Lemon Ice Tea

    SOHO EXPRESS PIZZAS taste just right :)

    My friend Marga's thoughts on Chewy Junior

    mini ChocNut Twist, NY Cheesecake, Chewy Ensaymada The mini puffs The friendly crew The flyer (Prices can change w/o prior notice) ;D
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    Hong Kong Emperor Seafood Restaurant: Posh, Swanky, but Welcoming

    by nixca316 Updated Jun 12, 2012

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    The place is beautiful and somewhat overwhelming at first, but you will be greeted with heartwarming smiles. At least, that was how we were treated at this restaurant.

    The place is clean and the service crew is very helpful and the food is very, very delicious, that you would want more.

    Try their extraordinary dishes, but if you'll order any dish that you're used to, and if you're on a budget, just go to your favorite Chinese restaurant, because they will probably serve you the same authentic Chinese dish, at a much lower price.

    Yes, it's true, there are very expensive dishes, but they do have lunch promos and the like. Just ask and they will accommodate you.

    OPERATING HOURS:
    Sun, M, T, W, Th, F, Sat: 6:00 pm - 11:00 pm
    Sun, M, T, W, Th, F, Sat: 11:00 am - 2:00 pm

    Accepts major credit cards

    Favorite Dish:

    From the appetizers, soups, entrees, and desserts, you will experience culinary satisfaction.

    Beef with Special Sauce Healthy Rice Scallops on soft tofu
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    Buffet 101: International Buffet in San Miguel By The Bay (4)

    by machomikemd Written Mar 24, 2012

    Part two of my Buffet 101 tips with more pictures!

    Buffet 101 is a new kid in the block at the San Miguel By the Bay Area and like it's rival and counterpart at the other end of the Bay (Vikings Buffet, see my Vikings Buffet tips too), this Ecletic International Style of Buffet packes them in and it also rivals the five star ambiance, food choices, food quantities, assorted cooking stations of the Buffet Restaurants of the Five Star Hotels in the Metro Manila Area but at 50% less than the price. These restaurant is also owned by the group that made Yakimix, the japanese-korean buffet, popular. This is their first branch of the Buffet 101.

    Buffet Rate:
    Mon-Fri Lunch P699
    Mon-Fri Dinner P950
    Sat Lunch P799
    Sun Lunch,Sat-Sun Dinner P1050
    Kids below 4.5ft are P499.
    Kids below 3.5ft are free of charge.
    Eat and Drink All You Can!
    VAT Inclusive! No service charge

    Favorite Dish: again, they have so much type of food and several cooking stations like the japanese, italian, filipino, chinese, steaks, sea food and more. They also change their food items at least 30% per day and they have more sea food choices than in Vikings Buffet.

    Hours
    Mon - Fri: 11:30 am - 2:30 pm
    5:30 pm - 10:30 pm
    Sat - Sun: 11:00 am - 2:30 pm
    5:30 pm - 10:30 pm

    the seafood station wow dessert carving station more food
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    Buffet 101: International Buffet in San Miguel By The Bay (3)

    by machomikemd Written Mar 24, 2012

    This will be a two part tip with more Pictures of the Buffet 101

    Buffet 101 is a new kid in the block at the San Miguel By the Bay Area and like it's rival and counterpart at the other end of the Bay (Vikings Buffet, see my Vikings Buffet tips too), this Ecletic International Style of Buffet packes them in and it also rivals the five star ambiance, food choices, food quantities, assorted cooking stations of the Buffet Restaurants of the Five Star Hotels in the Metro Manila Area but at 50% less than the price. These restaurant is also owned by the group that made Yakimix, the japanese-korean buffet, popular. This is their first branch of the Buffet 101.

    Buffet Rate:
    Mon-Fri Lunch P699
    Mon-Fri Dinner P950
    Sat Lunch P799
    Sun Lunch,Sat-Sun Dinner P1050
    Kids below 4.5ft are P499.
    Kids below 3.5ft are free of charge.
    Eat and Drink All You Can!
    VAT Inclusive! No service charge

    Favorite Dish: again, they have so much type of food and several cooking stations like the japanese, italian, filipino, chinese, steaks, sea food and more. They also change their food items at least 30% per day and they have more sea food choices than in Vikings Buffet.

    Hours
    Mon - Fri: 11:30 am - 2:30 pm
    5:30 pm - 10:30 pm
    Sat - Sun: 11:00 am - 2:30 pm
    5:30 pm - 10:30 pm

    outside prices inside my stash sea food
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