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    Banzai The Great Teppanyaki Theater Restaurant: Japanese Buffet and More (2)

    by machomikemd Written Mar 9, 2015

    part two of my tips with more pictures around the buffet restaurant.

    There are many Buffet Restaurants lining the SM By The Bay across SM Mall of Asia (Buffet 101, Vikings, La Fiests, etc) and among the Newest is the large Japanese themed buffet restaurant called Banzai Restaurant, which offers tons of various Japanese Goodies Galore and a sprinkling of other asian and western cuisine mixed in. The Restaurant houses many stations like the Teppanyaki Station, where you can get various grilled meats and seafood dishes like yakitori, gyudon, yakiniku, robata yaki and more, the tempura section that offers various kinds of tempura, the soup and noodles station where you can get varous ramen, soba, udon and other asian noodles galore, the sushi and sashimi station, the dessert station and the other sections that offer various asian or western foods. they also have unlimited drinks (beers, sodas, assorted fruit juices, coffee, tea, etc) and dessert station. It is owned by the popular local actor and his group who also own Sumo Sam, John and Yoko, Marciano's and other restaurants).

    They also do various japanese themed samurai and other dances and fancy cooking skill demonstrations by the staff and the chefs every hour.

    Prices of the Buffet Starts at 699 pesos for lunch buffets and 899 pesos on dinners on weekdays and 1088 pesos for both lunch during weekends and holidays.

    Opens: 11:00 am to 2:30 pm, 6:00 pm to 10:00 pm everyday

    Favorite Dish: what else but the assorted sushis and maki which are my favorites like the salmon sushi, tuna sushi and more, plus the assorted meats like the beef gyudon, the beef tendon, katsudon, shoyu ramen, beef yakiniku and a lot more.

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    Banzai The Great Teppanyaki Theater Restaurant: Japanese Buffet and More (1)

    by machomikemd Updated Mar 9, 2015

    There are many Buffet Restaurants lining the SM By The Bay across SM Mall of Asia (Buffet 101, Vikings, La Fiests, etc) and among the Newest is the large Japanese themed buffet restaurant called Banzai Restaurant, which offers tons of various Japanese Goodies Galore and a sprinkling of other asian and western cuisine mixed in. The Restaurant houses many stations like the Teppanyaki Station, where you can get various grilled meats and seafood dishes like yakitori, gyudon, yakiniku, robata yaki and more, the tempura section that offers various kinds of tempura, the soup and noodles station where you can get varous ramen, soba, udon and other asian noodles galore, the sushi and sashimi station, the dessert station and the other sections that offer various asian or western foods. they also have unlimited drinks (beers, sodas, assorted fruit juices, coffee, tea, etc) and dessert station. It is owned by the popular local actor and his group who also own Sumo Sam, John and Yoko, Marciano's and other restaurants).

    They also do various japanese themed samurai and other dances and fancy cooking skill demonstrations by the staff and the chefs every hour.

    Prices of the Buffet Starts at 699 pesos for lunch buffets and 899 pesos on dinners on weekdays and 1088 pesos for both lunch during weekends and holidays.

    Opens: 11:00 am to 2:30 pm, 6:00 pm to 10:00 pm everyday

    Favorite Dish: what else but the assorted sushis and maki which are my favorites like the salmon sushi, tuna sushi and more, plus the assorted meats like the beef gyudon, the beef tendon, katsudon, shoyu ramen, beef yakiniku and a lot more.

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    Mitsuyado Sei-men: Tsuekemen Style Japanese Ramen House

    by machomikemd Updated Dec 17, 2014

    Tsukemen is a type of Japanese Ramen Dish that instead of the Ramen Noodles being added to the soup stock, it is dipped in a soup stock and eaten. Mitsuyado Sei Men is a Japanese Tsukemen Franchise from Fukouka that has two branches in the Philippines, one in Makati and one here at the Bluebay Walk in Pasay City.

    Opens: 11:00 am to 10:00 pm everyday

    Favorite Dish: besides different kinds of tsukemen with different dipping soups and sauces, they also have the typical ramen dishes and many bento and donburi type of meals like the Katsudon, Oyakodon, Tendon, Butadon, Shrimp Tempura, Chicken Karaage, Beef Yakiniku and a lot more. they also offer hot and cold sake and other alcoholic drinks. They also offer unlimited japanese cold green tea. Tsukemen noodles cost 380 pesos and up for the large noodles and come with different dipping soups and sauces including cheese and chili sauce.

    entrance tsukemen ramen katsudon tori katsi menu
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    La Fiesta Filipino Cuisine: Large Filipino Buffet Restaurant in SM MOA (2)

    by machomikemd Written Dec 11, 2014

    part two of my Tips with More Pictures

    SM Mall of Asia and the SM By The Bay are gaining the reputation of being the Buffet Restaurants Central in The Metro Manila Area as it host quite a number of Buffet All You Can Eat Restaurants and among the Newest is the La Fiesta Buffet Restaurant, with Showcases Filipino Cuisine from the various regions of the Philippines and a sprinkling of a few international dishes as well. This Buffet Restaurant is Owned by the Company the gave the famous Korean-Japanese Buffet Restaurant Chain Yakimix and the upscale Buffet 101 (which is nearby).

    They serve about 200 varieties of Filipino food from all over the regions of the Philippines and over 40 desserts like the iconic halo halo and a sprinkling of foreign food and they also have a drinks station where you can have a variety of fruit juices, iced tea and iced cold San Miguel Beer and what makes the Restaurant different is that they have a live band performing everyday at certain times of the day (with no cover charge).

    Price of the Buffet are 638 Pesos for lunch and 838Pesos for dinner at weekdays and 699 pesos lunch and 899 pesos at dinner during weekends.

    Opens: 11:00 am to 2:00 pm and 5:00 pm to 10:00 pm everyday

    Favorite Dish: Dish: too many to mention like kare-kare, tinola, sinampalukang manok, bulalo, crispy pata, pinakbet, Bicol Express, bopis, Lechon De Leche, Beef Steak, Fresh Oysters, tuna belly, Bulalo and a lot more.

    be sure to have a clean plate as they charge double the price if you have leftovers on your plate.

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    La Fiesta Filipino Cuisine: Large Filipino Buffet Restaurant in SM MOA (1)

    by machomikemd Updated Dec 11, 2014

    SM Mall of Asia and the SM By The Bay are gaining the reputation of being the Buffet Restaurants Central in The Metro Manila Area as it host quite a number of Buffet All You Can Eat Restaurants and among the Newest is the La Fiesta Buffet Restaurant, with Showcases Filipino Cuisine from the various regions of the Philippines and a sprinkling of a few international dishes as well. This Buffet Restaurant is Owned by the Company the gave the famous Korean-Japanese Buffet Restaurant Chain Yakimix and the upscale Buffet 101 (which is nearby).

    They serve about 200 varieties of Filipino food from all over the regions of the Philippines and over 40 desserts like the iconic halo halo and a sprinkling of foreign food and they also have a drinks station where you can have a variety of fruit juices, iced tea and iced cold San Miguel Beer and what makes the Restaurant different is that they have a live band performing everyday at certain times of the day (with no cover charge).

    Price of the Buffet are 638 Pesos for lunch and 838Pesos for dinner at weekdays and 699 pesos lunch and 899 pesos at dinner during weekends.

    Opens: 11:00 am to 2:00 pm and 5:00 pm to 10:00 pm everyday

    Favorite Dish: too many to mention like kare-kare, tinola, sinampalukang manok, bulalo, crispy pata, pinakbet, Bicol Express, bopis, Lechon De Leche, Beef Steak, Fresh Oysters, tuna belly, Bulalo and a lot more.

    ber sure to have a clean plate as they charge double the price if you have leftovers on your plate.

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    Gerry's Grill: Sizzling Filipino Seafood and More (2)

    by machomikemd Written Dec 10, 2014

    part two of my tips with more pictures

    Gerry's Grill started in the late 1990's, specifically in 1997 and they opened their first Branch at Jupiter Street in Makati that became so popular and was always jampacked with people since the foods, especially the grilled seafoods like the blue marlin, spanish mackarel (tanigue) and more were the best sellers and the price was very reasonable. It then spread like wild fire and today they have 50 branches around the Philippines and they have branches at the good Ole USA in the Bay Area at Union City and 3 branches in Singapore (see my Singapore Tips). This grilled seafood plus more wave started by it's founder Gerry Apolinario is now one of the most famous Restaurants in the Philippines. This branch that we ate is at located at the Ground Floor of the SM Mall of Asia, facing SM By The Bay.

    Hours: 11:00 am to 11:00 pm everyday

    According to their Website:

    Gerry's Grill has been making waves since it opened its doors to the dining public on February 14, 1997. If you are looking for a dining place to satisfy your food craving and to chill out with your family and friends then Gerry's Grill is the perfect place to go. Its menu fits right into any occasion and budget.

    Dining at Gerry's Grill gives everyone a pleasurable experience. Diners are served with only the freshest food ranging from Filipino favorites - sisig, inihaw na pusit, crispy pata, tokwa't baboy, kare-kare to exotic cuisine and tastefully prepared beermates and pica-pica. Everything on the menu goes perfectly well with your favorite beverage; whether it is alcoholic or non-alcoholic.

    Its founder, Gerry Apolinario, worked his passion for grilled food and drinks. He yearned for a venue where both may be enjoyed amidst an atmosphere that is fun, fresh and wholesome. And although the original concept of the business was one where people could unwind with a drink or two, Gerry's Grill inadvertently became a family restaurant, too. "Parents who frequented Gerry's Grill during weekdays began bringing their family to us especially on Sundays and then the rest of the week. Apparently, they liked our wide variety of food selection and the clean and fun motif", Mr. Apolinario enthuses. He goes on to say, "Most Gerry's Grill restaurants have undergone evolution to respond to the ever growing needs of our customers. We also take pride in taking care of our people - one of our most valuable assets that is why we are committed to continuously improve our benefits and training program".

    Favorite Dish: They have a dizzying Array of Food Selections and their Specialites at the Grilled and the Sizzling Filipino Style foods like the Sizzling Blue Marlin or Blue Marlin Belly at 300 pesos an order, the Crispy Tadyang (crispy deep fried beef spare ribs) at 290 pesos an order. the Grilled Liempo (grille pork belly) at 230 pesos an order, the baked Scallops at 260 pesos an order, the Crispy Pata (Depp Fried Pig Knuckles) at 450 pesos and more!

    inside laing sinigang na hipon crispy pata menu
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    Gerry's Grill: Sizzling Filipino Seafood and More (1)

    by machomikemd Written Dec 10, 2014

    Gerry's Grill started in the late 1990's, specifically in 1997 and they opened their first Branch at Jupiter Street in Makati that became so popular and was always jampacked with people since the foods, especially the grilled seafoods like the blue marlin, spanish mackarel (tanigue) and more were the best sellers and the price was very reasonable. It then spread like wild fire and today they have 50 branches around the Philippines and they have branches at the good Ole USA in the Bay Area at Union City and 3 branches in Singapore (see my Singapore Tips). This grilled seafood plus more wave started by it's founder Gerry Apolinario is now one of the most famous Restaurants in the Philippines. This branch that we ate is at located at the Ground Floor of the SM Mall of Asia, facing SM By The Bay.

    Hours: 11:00 am to 11:00 pm everyday

    According to their Website:

    Gerry's Grill has been making waves since it opened its doors to the dining public on February 14, 1997. If you are looking for a dining place to satisfy your food craving and to chill out with your family and friends then Gerry's Grill is the perfect place to go. Its menu fits right into any occasion and budget.

    Dining at Gerry's Grill gives everyone a pleasurable experience. Diners are served with only the freshest food ranging from Filipino favorites - sisig, inihaw na pusit, crispy pata, tokwa't baboy, kare-kare to exotic cuisine and tastefully prepared beermates and pica-pica. Everything on the menu goes perfectly well with your favorite beverage; whether it is alcoholic or non-alcoholic.

    Its founder, Gerry Apolinario, worked his passion for grilled food and drinks. He yearned for a venue where both may be enjoyed amidst an atmosphere that is fun, fresh and wholesome. And although the original concept of the business was one where people could unwind with a drink or two, Gerry's Grill inadvertently became a family restaurant, too. "Parents who frequented Gerry's Grill during weekdays began bringing their family to us especially on Sundays and then the rest of the week. Apparently, they liked our wide variety of food selection and the clean and fun motif", Mr. Apolinario enthuses. He goes on to say, "Most Gerry's Grill restaurants have undergone evolution to respond to the ever growing needs of our customers. We also take pride in taking care of our people - one of our most valuable assets that is why we are committed to continuously improve our benefits and training program".

    Favorite Dish: They have a dizzying Array of Food Selections and their Specialites at the Grilled and the Sizzling Filipino Style foods like the Sizzling Blue Marlin or Blue Marlin Belly at 300 pesos an order, the Crispy Tadyang (crispy deep fried beef spare ribs) at 290 pesos an order. the Grilled Liempo (grille pork belly) at 230 pesos an order, the baked Scallops at 260 pesos an order, the Crispy Pata (Depp Fried Pig Knuckles) at 450 pesos and more!

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    Abe's (SM Mall of Asia Branch): Kapangpangan Food and More (2)

    by machomikemd Written Dec 10, 2014

    part two of my Abe Restaurant Tips with more pictures of the food.

    Abe's Restaurant is regional filipino cuisine from pampanga province in the north of manila, the culinary capital of the philippines. Abe's is the Father of the deceased Founder or the LJC Group of Restaurants, Larry J Cruz and it has a similer concept restaurant in Greenbelt 5 in Makati City and called Fely J's (The mother of the founder) and both restaurants offer the best of Regional Kapampangan Cuisine and other wonderful National Dishes in the Philippines plus the assorted dishes that Abe Cruz liked during his travels abroad. This restaurant is always packed in the 2nd Floor of the SM Mall of Asia Complex, facing SM By The Bay. They also have a branch at the Serendra Area of Bonifacio Global City and Trinoma in Quezon City and at the Alabang Town Center. People love this restaurant for the Group Style Ambiance and Sumptious Food and the exotic Kapangpangan Dishes like camaru (mole crickets) tapang damulag (carabeef sirloin steak) butete (crispy frog legs) and a lot more.

    Hours:

    Monday – Sunday
    11:00 am to 11:00 pm everyday

    according to their website:

    Flipino Cuisine with a strong Capampangan accent.

    Abe (ah-beh) is the restaurant dedicated to Larry Cruz’ father, the late artist-writer, gourmet and bon vivant E. Aguilar “Abe” Cruz. The restaurant serves traditional Filipino food, mostly of Capampangan origin, and gourmet dishes inspired by Abe’s travels around the world. At Abe, food is prepared and served with a great deal of love while its concept and design provide the ideal setting for friends and family who wish to dine comfortably and have a good time

    Favorite Dish: they have a large selection of dishes like the Kare Kare at 550 pesos an order, the Stewed Pork at 450 pesos an order, beef bulalo (beef shanks) at 560 pesos an order, the Crispy Tadyang (Beef Ribs) cost 450 pesos, the calamares (breaded squid rings) will cost 380 pesos an order, the Pork Humba (stewed pork) will cost 420 pesos, their signature Knockout Knuckles (Crispy Pata or Pig Trotters) cost 560 pesos an order. if you want the exotic dishes like adobong camaru (mole crickets), it cost 400 pesos an order.

    Favorite Dish: they have a large selection of dishes like the Kare Kare at 550 pesos an order, the Stewed Pork at 450 pesos an order, beef bulalo (beef shanks) at 560 pesos an order, the Crispy Tadyang (Beef Ribs) cost 450 pesos, the calamares (breaded squid rings) will cost 380 pesos an order, the Pork Humba (stewed pork) will cost 420 pesos, their signature Knockout Knuckles (Crispy Pata or Pig Trotters) cost 560 pesos an order. if you want the exotic dishes like adobong camaru (mole crickets), it cost 400 pesos an order.

    inside iced tea beef steak fried tilapia buko pandan dessert
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    Abe (SM Mall of Asia Branch): Kapangpangan Food and More (1)

    by machomikemd Updated Dec 10, 2014

    Abe's Restaurant is regional filipino cuisine from pampanga province in the north of manila, the culinary capital of the philippines. Abe's is the Father of the deceased Founder or the LJC Group of Restaurants, Larry J Cruz and it has a similer concept restaurant in Greenbelt 5 in Makati City and called Fely J's (The mother of the founder) and both restaurants offer the best of Regional Kapampangan Cuisine and other wonderful National Dishes in the Philippines plus the assorted dishes that Abe Cruz liked during his travels abroad. This restaurant is always packed in the 2nd Floor of the SM Mall of Asia Complex, facing SM By The Bay. They also have a branch at the Serendra Area of Bonifacio Global City and Trinoma in Quezon City and at the Alabang Town Center. People love this restaurant for the Group Style Ambiance and Sumptious Food and the exotic Kapangpangan Dishes like camaru (mole crickets) tapang damulag (carabeef sirloin steak) butete (crispy frog legs) and a lot more.

    Hours:

    Monday – Sunday
    11:00 am to 11:00 pm everyday

    according to their website:

    Flipino Cuisine with a strong Capampangan accent.

    Abe (ah-beh) is the restaurant dedicated to Larry Cruz’ father, the late artist-writer, gourmet and bon vivant E. Aguilar “Abe” Cruz. The restaurant serves traditional Filipino food, mostly of Capampangan origin, and gourmet dishes inspired by Abe’s travels around the world. At Abe, food is prepared and served with a great deal of love while its concept and design provide the ideal setting for friends and family who wish to dine comfortably and have a good time

    Favorite Dish: they have a large selection of dishes like the Kare Kare at 550 pesos an order, the Stewed Pork at 450 pesos an order, beef bulalo (beef shanks) at 560 pesos an order, the Crispy Tadyang (Beef Ribs) cost 450 pesos, the calamares (breaded squid rings) will cost 380 pesos an order, the Pork Humba (stewed pork) will cost 420 pesos, their signature Knockout Knuckles (Crispy Pata or Pig Trotters) cost 560 pesos an order. if you want the exotic dishes like adobong camaru (mole crickets), it cost 400 pesos an order.

    entrance kare kare fern salad stewed pork menu
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    Royal View Seafood Restaurant: At the former location of Hong Kong Emperor

    by nixca316 Written Nov 26, 2014

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    Their service needs improvement, but from what I read from their Facebook page, I think they have improved already. I hope they improve some more, because with lousy service, no matter how delicious their food is, people won't return.

    They cater to everyone. They have in-house value meals and super expensive dishes.

    We enjoyed everything that we ate.

    They are open during these times everyday:
    11 AM to 2:30 PM, 6 PM to 10:30 PM

    They accept major credit cards and cash

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    El Pollo Loco: Mexican Grilled Chicken Chain

    by machomikemd Updated Aug 20, 2014

    El Pollo Loco was once Popular in the Philippines in the early 1990's where they have several branches. but they eventually fold up due to strong competition from othe local and international chicken chains. They then restarted in 2012 and now has two branches, one at the SM Megamall and One Here at the SM Mall of Asia, of which they are now packing the crowds once more for their really tasty mexican style grilled chicken dish. Ell Pollo Loco maybe a US Chain but they have the mexican sinaloan region style grilled chicken as the star dish. The menu selection is quite limited with the assorted cuts of grilled chicken or the whole chicken and with several side dishes, dessert and assorted drinks on the menu, but you only come here due to the wonderful and tasty chicken!

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

    according to wikipedia:

    El Pollo Loco is a restaurant chain based in the United States, specializing in Mexican-style grilled chicken. Its signature chicken is marinated in a proprietary blend of lime, fruit juice, garlic, spices and seasoning then grilled on an open flame. El Pollo Loco makes Mexican chicken entrees. Chicken meals are available in individual, family and catering-sized portions

    Favorite Dish: what else but the two pice chicken combo meals of which you will have two pieces of flame grilled chicken, two side dishes (you can pick from corn, veggies, mash potatoes, el pollo loco rice), fajita wraps and spicy salsa sauce at 210 pesos an order. soft drinks or iced tea cost 45 pesos an order.

    according to their website:

    At El Pollo Loco, pronounced “L Po-yo Lo-co” and Spanish for “The Crazy Chicken,” we go to crazy lengths for our signature citrus-marinated, fire-grilled chicken. First, we marinate fresh, whole chickens in a special recipe of herbs, spices, fruit juices and garlic. The whole chickens are then fire-grilled, hand-cut, and served with our chicken meals, burritos, salads, soups, tacos and quesadillas. And if that’s not enough, we apply that same passion to our handmade guacamole, salsas and dressings every day. Some say the lengths we go to are crazy. We say it’s Crazy You Can Taste.

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    Marriott Cafe: Luxe Buffett of Marriott part 2

    by machomikemd Updated Aug 20, 2014

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    Part two of my Marriott cafe tips with more pictures

    provinding an ecletic mix of local and international sumptous dishes and more seafoods then meats and the best opart that is only costs 2,000 persos for a buffett. way less than the other 5 Star Hotel Buffets like Spiral Restaurant (2,400 pesos), Circles Restaurant (2,300 pesos), Heat Restaurant (2,300 Pesos). There are only about 10 ateliers and open face kitchen at the Marriott Cafe, ranging from the Chinese, Japanese, Meat Carving, the large seafood section, The Middle eastern Section, the bakery and dessert section, etc. The Marriott Cafe buffet is way less in quantity and variety than that of the other Major 5 star hotel restaurant buffets but it compensate in quality and the emphasis here is more into seafood! so there is many fresh seafood choices here than in the other hotel buffets, hence this is my all time Favorite Hotel Buffet Restaurant in the Philippines.

    If you are a check in guest, then the breakfast buffett is complimentary, the lunch and dinner buffetts cost 2,000 pesos and the sunday brunch buffet with free flowing champagne at 2,600 pesos (exluding other drinks)

    Operating Hours:
    Daily
    Beakfast: 6:30 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.
    Lunch: 12:00 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.
    Dinner: 6:00 p.m. - 11:00 p.m.

    Favorite Dish: a lot, but my favorite here is the large selection of fresh seafoods like fresh steamed rock lobsters and asian lobsters, tiger prawns, blue marlin and spanish mackarel fishes that you can grill, the fresh oysters and clams and steamers and occasional alaskan king crab legs. the meat carving station with the Roasted Prime Rib and Tenderloin Steak is my favorite area too.

    according to their website:

    At the delightful International buffet in Manila, guests are treated to all-day dining in a vibrant atmosphere featuring open-theatre kitchens where local favorites and tasty International fare are created to satisfy every taste. Reservations required.

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    Marriott Cafe: Luxe Buffett in Mariott

    by machomikemd Updated Aug 20, 2014

    provinding an ecletic mix of local and international sumptous dishes and more seafoods then meats and the best opart that is only costs 2,000 persos for a buffett. way less than the other 5 Star Hotel Buffets like Spiral Restaurant (2,400 pesos), Circles Restaurant (2,300 pesos), Heat Restaurant (2,300 Pesos). There are only about 10 ateliers and open face kitchen at the Marriott Cafe, ranging from the Chinese, Japanese, Meat Carving, the large seafood section, The Middle eastern Section, the bakery and dessert section, etc. The Marriott Cafe buffet is way less in quantity and variety than that of the other Major 5 star hotel restaurant buffets but it compensate in quality and the emphasis here is more into seafood! so there is many fresh seafood choices here than in the other hotel buffets, hence this is my all time Favorite Hotel Buffet Restaurant in the Philippines.

    If you are a check in guest, then the breakfast buffett is complimentary, the lunch and dinner buffetts cost 2,000 pesos and the sunday brunch buffet with free flowing champagne at 2,600 pesos (exluding other drinks)

    Operating Hours:
    Daily
    Beakfast: 6:30 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.
    Lunch: 12:00 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.
    Dinner: 6:00 p.m. - 11:00 p.m.

    Favorite Dish: a lot, but my favorite here is the large selection of fresh seafoods like fresh steamed rock lobsters and asian lobsters, tiger prawns, blue marlin and spanish mackarel fishes that you can grill, the fresh oysters and clams and steamers and occasional alaskan king crab legs. the meat carving station with the Roasted Prime Rib and Tenderloin Steak is my favorite area too.

    according to their website:

    At the delightful International buffet in Manila, guests are treated to all-day dining in a vibrant atmosphere featuring open-theatre kitchens where local favorites and tasty International fare are created to satisfy every taste. Reservations required.

    the cafe inside seafood galore rib eye yum
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    Cru Steakhouse Mariott: the luxe steakhouse in the Metro (2)

    by machomikemd Updated Aug 20, 2014

    more pictures inside the number 1 restaurant of 2010 in manila according to philippine tatler magazine.

    voted as the number 1 luxe restaurant in the philippines in 2010 by the prestigous philippine tatler magazine. The Cru Steakhouse is the Steak Restaurant of the Marriot Hotel Manila and is part of the Huge Resorts World Manila Newport City Complex. As an intrepid Steakman and Steak Lover, I make it a point to eat at various steakhouses or restaurants that serves wonderful steaks be it local, USDA Prime, Angus, Australian, New Zealand, Wagyu, Kobe and more. Cru Steakhouse in Marriott Manila is done in the old classical Steakhouse ambience of which you must be appropriately dressed (no flip flops or shorts) a to enter here. The Inside is again classid, with a separate bar area for aperitifs and the main dining area of which the design is classic european continental design. The assign you a Maitre'd to help you with the menu and they have a large selection of Beef Steaks! ranging from Black Angus, Australian Wagyu, Japanese Kobe, USDA Prime, New Zealand Beef and the cuts are like T-Bone, Porterhouse, Fillet Mignon, Ribe Eye, Prime Rib, Tri Tip, Flank Steak and more. All of which are dry aged and are showned to you via a cart where you pick what you like and the degree of doneness. they also have many small sides given as extra like fries, veggie, hors d' ouvres and more. They also have seafood dishes and pasta dishes for those who are not that fond of steaks plus an extensive wine cellar to pair your steak dish. The dessert selection equally is extensive. Eating here evokes luxury!

    Hours:

    Sunday to Thursday, 6:00pm -10:30pm
    Friday and Saturday, 6:00pm - 11:30pm

    Favorite Dish: the USDA Prime Steaks!

    since this is an american style steakhouse, Ordering their Special USDA Prime 14 ounce Rib Eye Steak and a 22 ounce Black Angus Porterhouse Steak will do (costs is 2,600 pesos and 3,200 pesos). Although they have the Australian Wagyu and Japanese Kobe Steaks here. Truffle Fries cost 400 pesos an order and a glass of red wine between 400 to 600 pesos. A Meal here will cost about 3,000 pesos per person or more.

    according to their website:

    At Cru Steakhouse, we work to capture the flavor of quality grilled beef and more. Certified Angus and Wagyu Steaks are hand cut, carefully prepared and cooked to perfection. Salads are freshly made and desserts are simply divine Every foodie will agree that there are good foods that are worth the splurge; for a meat lover, that includes a smoky and really good steak! At Cru, we make your steak experience extraordinary as we introduce a unique process called dry ageing, a method that involves hanging the beef in a refrigerated cooler at a specific temperature and humidity for 10 to 28 days. The process results to a top-notch extra beefy flavor and taste. Get to know more of Cru Steakhouse’s US Prime Rib Eye which is considered the house specialty—hefty, flavorful, and truly satisfying

    entrance sides 1 sides 2 USDA  Prime Porterhouse Steak USDA  Prime Rib Eye Steak
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    Cru Steakhouse Mariott: Best Resto in Manila in 2010 (1)

    by machomikemd Updated Aug 20, 2014

    voted as the number 1 luxe restaurant in the philippines in 2010 by the prestigous philippine tatler magazine. The Cru Steakhouse is the Steak Restaurant of the Marriot Hotel Manila and is part of the Huge Resorts World Manila Newport City Complex. As an intrepid Steakman and Steak Lover, I make it a point to eat at various steakhouses or restaurants that serves wonderful steaks be it local, USDA Prime, Angus, Australian, New Zealand, Wagyu, Kobe and more. Cru Steakhouse in Marriott Manila is done in the old classical Steakhouse ambience of which you must be appropriately dressed (no flip flops or shorts) a to enter here. The Inside is again classid, with a separate bar area for aperitifs and the main dining area of which the design is classic european continental design. The assign you a Maitre'd to help you with the menu and they have a large selection of Beef Steaks! ranging from Black Angus, Australian Wagyu, Japanese Kobe, USDA Prime, New Zealand Beef and the cuts are like T-Bone, Porterhouse, Fillet Mignon, Ribe Eye, Prime Rib, Tri Tip, Flank Steak and more. All of which are dry aged and are showned to you via a cart where you pick what you like and the degree of doneness. they also have many small sides given as extra like fries, veggie, hors d' ouvres and more. They also have seafood dishes and pasta dishes for those who are not that fond of steaks plus an extensive wine cellar to pair your steak dish. The dessert selection equally is extensive. Eating here evokes luxury!

    Hours:

    Sunday to Thursday, 6:00pm -10:30pm
    Friday and Saturday, 6:00pm - 11:30pm

    Favorite Dish: since this is an american style steakhouse, Ordering their Special USDA Prime 14 ounce Rib Eye Steak and a 22 ounce Black Angus Porterhouse Steak will do (costs is 2,600 pesos and 3,200 pesos). Although they have the Australian Wagyu and Japanese Kobe Steaks here. Truffle Fries cost 400 pesos an order and a glass of red wine between 400 to 600 pesos. A Meal here will cost about 3,000 pesos per person or more.

    according to their website:

    At Cru Steakhouse, we work to capture the flavor of quality grilled beef and more. Certified Angus and Wagyu Steaks are hand cut, carefully prepared and cooked to perfection. Salads are freshly made and desserts are simply divine Every foodie will agree that there are good foods that are worth the splurge; for a meat lover, that includes a smoky and really good steak! At Cru, we make your steak experience extraordinary as we introduce a unique process called dry ageing, a method that involves hanging the beef in a refrigerated cooler at a specific temperature and humidity for 10 to 28 days. The process results to a top-notch extra beefy flavor and taste. Get to know more of Cru Steakhouse’s US Prime Rib Eye which is considered the house specialty—hefty, flavorful, and truly satisfying

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