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IN THE METRO: A guide to the best buffet restaurants in Manila

IN THE METRO: A guide to the best buffet restaurants in Manila

Buffets are one of the most celebrated types of restaurant service in the world. Apart from being actually worth it because of the different selection of food, the buffet lets you decide what you wanna put on your plate. Plus the fact that everything is unlimited.

Additionally, as Filipinos, we love food and there’s no denying that buffet service hit us goooood. From different selections of Filipino cuisine to international dishes we crave. We’re bringing you a guide to the best buffet restaurant in Manila you might wanna try.

IN THE METRO: A guide to the best buffet restaurants in Manila

Vikings

Viking is best and most popular for its meat selection and if you love meat I’m sure you’ll love its service. Apart from quality and premium meat selections, they also serve a variety of international cuisine. It includes Filipino, American, Chinese, Japanese, Korean, and Italian. Going to Vikings you have a selection of the main course, appetizers, salads, and premium meat that you’ll surely crave.

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Vikings are open from 10 am to 7 pm, Monday to Sunday. You can also visit their several branches around Metro Manila:

  • The Norse Vikings-inspired Vikings Mall of Asia (our flagship store).
    Bldg. B, By the Bay, Mall of Asia Complex, Pasay City
    Telephone: 8-845-4647
  • The Art Museum Inspired Vikings SM Megamall – Mega Fashion Hall.
    4th Floor, Mega Fashion Hall, SM Megamall, Mandaluyong City
    Telephone: 8-845-4647
  • The Home Inspired Vikings SM Marikina.
    2nd Floor, SM City Marikina, Kalumpang, Marikina City
    Telephone: 8-845-4647
  • The Black and White Inspired Vikings SM North EDSA.
    4th Floor, The Block, SM City North EDSA, Quezon City
    Telephone: 8-845-4647

Medley Buffet at Okada Manila

A high-end buffet restaurant that offers international cuisine. They are famous for their incredible seafood mix filled with clams, shrimps, and crabs. They also served a great selection of roast beef and lechon that fill up your stomach with love.

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Medley Buffet operates in three separate timeframes:

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  • Breakfast: 6 am to 10:30 am
  • Lunch: 11:30 am to 3 pm
  • Dinner: 6 pm to 11 pm

Dad’s World Buffet

Started in 1990, Dad’s World Buffet serves Filipino and Japanese cuisine. A few of their best Filipino foods are grilled salmon belly, bulalo, and crispy pata; while you can select Japanese cuisine from their seventy selection of marinated sashimi to sushi. If you opt for a more Filipino-only and Japanese-only option of dishes, then Dad’s World Buffet is best for you.

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Here’s your ultimate guide to their Branches in Metro Manila:

  • DADS World Buffet
    West Avenue Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines
    Phone#:372-8845, 374-3767 Mobile: 0917-8988844
  • DADS World Buffet
    3rd flr, SM Megamall Mandaluyong City, Metro Manila, Philippines
    Phone#:(02) 633-1758, (02) 636-3785 Mobile: 0917-8961757
  • DADS World Buffet
    Merchant Bldg. 523 Padre Faura St. (near cor. Adriatico St.), Ermita Manila, Metro Manila, Philippines
    Phone#:(632) 528-1723 to 24 Mobile: 0917-8971722

Cabalen

Cabales was hailed as one of the best local buffet restaurants in Manila, which offers the best Kapampangan dishes. Most of their food will greet you with authentic Kapampangan taste and best Filipino dishes. Popularly, lechong kawali, kare-kare, pritchon (pritong lechon), dinuguan, and pinakbet are few that you need to try in Cabalen. Their buffet restaurants are budget friendly and best for families and friends.

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That ends our guide to the best buffet restaurant in Manila. I’m sure by now you’re thinking about where in this list you like to try. If you have any comments or suggestions, let us know!

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