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Eat-all-you-can Buffet Restaurants in Metro Manila

Eat-all-you-can Buffet Restaurants in Metro Manila
Listed here are some of the most popular / best you can find buffet restaurants to indulge your gastronomical cravings. Entice your palate with some of the most flavorful and exquisite dish from a wide variety of international and Filipino cuisine. Though some of them don't come cheap, so be prepared for a hefty bill afterwards.


Vikings: Luxury-Buffet Restaurant

Vikings: Luxury-Buffet Restaurant
Vikings luxury-buffet restaurant is stylish, relaxed and fun; it overlooks the majestic Manila Bay through vast conservatory-like windows. The first of its kind in the Philippines, the tasteful 600-seater dining room, possess well appointed details, comfortable dining nooks while incorporating several live-action-cooking stations and a level of food quality beyond buffet expectations; from prime seafood to prime rib, gourmet pizzas to local favorites and freshly made stir-fried options thrown in; truly an epicurean epiphany.





Tong Yang Shabu Shabu and Barbeque Restaurant

Tong Yang Shabu Shabu and Barbeque Restaurant
Tong Yang Shabu Shabu and Barbeque is an Eat & Drink all you can restaurant. It offers Chinese and Japanese delights. It’s not your typical buffet where you get the food and eat it. Here, you get the food you want to grill or mix. There are also pre-cooked food ready to be eaten just in case you get really hungry because usually, the line during weekend nights is really long.





Seoul Garden

Seoul Garden
Look at what Seoul Garden Manila has to offer! A 2 - in - 1 cook it yourself all - you - can - eat restaurant which specializes and has wide variety of Korean and oriental food products good for steam boat and grilling and is suitable for everyone.





Sakae Sushi

Sakae Sushi
Welcome to the land of the rising sun! Or in this case: The land of the revolving sushi tray! Experience an enjoyable and unique gastronomic trip with your family or friends. Have a dining blast of samurai proportions with your friends and family as you enjoy a Sushi ALL-YOU-CAN at Sakae Sushi!





Yakimix

Yakimix Sushi and Smokeless Grill Restaurant
Gorge into Yakimix’s ultimate Japanese Eat-All-You-Can foodie access. Ready your chopsticks as it’ll be digging non-stop in this Jap restaurant’s 6 types of appetizers and soups, more than 30 selections of to-be-grilled-to-perfection cuts, more than 10 classes of salads, more than 20 kinds of the best-tasting sushi picks, hot-off-the-pot authentic Japanese favorites, and other Asian fusion dishes summing up to more than 10 choices, overflowing squares and huge circles of brownies, cakes and other sweets.




King One Rotary Hot Pot

King One Rotary Hot Pot
The appeal of KingOne 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.





Tramway

Tramway has proudly established its name as the affordable Chinese buffet venue for family and friends. Little do people know that Tramway started in 2001 as an ala carte restaurant serving authentic Cantonese cuisine. Enlightened in serving more and more Filipinos, Tramway saw the opportunity to grow and catered more by offering a unique eat-all-you can dining experience. Gone are the days when buffets used to be expensive and eaten occasionally; because in Tramway, everyone can now experience luxurious dining. 





Somethin’ Fishy
 
Somethin’ Fishy
Somethin’ Fishy, located at the vibrant Easwood City Walk, is a familiar structure in the area with its Mediterranean inspired design and colors. Capturing the crowd with its widest selection of the country’s fresh and live catch. Chill out round the clock! Keeping pace with your night owl hours whether at work or just hangin’ out. Midnite to morning buffet welcomes you with hot, hearty breakfast heavies!  








Circles Event Café

Makati Shangri-La, Manila, offers a uniquely satisfying combination of Asian and Western cuisines. Presenting tantalizing gastronomic treats, the establishments call discerning diners to indulge at its host of ambience-filled restaurants. When it comes to engaging, casual dining, Circles Event Café captivates food lovers with its fascinating open-theatre kitchens. Each station features its own selection of specialties, ranging from cold appetisers to seafood, Western cuisine to Asian cuisines, and desserts. 





Alba Restaurante Español

Alba Restaurante Español
The Alba's branch you'll want to end up in is the one in Tomas Morato. On the outside its look any other quant eating destination along the busy Quezon City stretch but then come inside to celebrate a delicious Spanish feast. Old-world hospitality meets authentic Spanish dining, with signature dishes like rich callos Madrileña, melt-in-your-mouth lengua Sevilla and original paella Valenciana. But do save some space for the crispy cochinillo. The house's special suckling pig is roasted until buttery skinned and meat is completely tender. You'll surely end up with a long siesta after.





Sambokojin

Sambokojin
For the hardcore K-Pop and J-Pop lovers, head on to Sambokojin for an unlimited serving of Korean and Japanese fares. Unlike the competitor Yakiniku houses, Sambo Kojin serves newly cooked Japanese and Korean specialties. Not only are the dishes laid out in full view a la buffet, guests can watch their food being cooked. This gives the guests the incomparable goodness of newly-cooked tempura, sukiyaki ,kamameshi rice and more Japanese specialties. Korean dishes include the most popular kimchi (pickled vegetables), chapchae (noodles), and side dishes. Hint: ask for creamy uni (sea urchin) which is not seen on the sashimi displays.






Li Li

Li Li Dimsum Buffet Restaurant
Savour the most authentic Chinese dining experience, at a Hyatt in Manila restaurant that offers the unique flavours of Cantonese culinary delights, using only the freshest of ingredients and live seafood. Set amidst a stylish residential setting that features five private rooms, an extensive collection of premium wines and a tea bar. Look forward to enticing promotional Manila hotel deals in Hyatt Hotel and Casino Manila’s award-winning signature restaurant, Li Li.  One bite of their sumptuous dim sum will make you forget the gritty scenery of girlie bars and migraine-inducing traffic happening just a few meters away.





Kamay Kainan

Kamay Kainan
One of the best buffet Restaurant for family in the Philippines. Kamay-Kainan is the ideal reception for weddings, birthdays and christening, and other special occasions. Kamay Kainan is like an open house during fiesta time. The Filipiniana motif of wooden furnishings and colorful banners welcome you for the feast ahead. Every customer is like a valued guest at the dinner table.





Chinatown’s Best Food

Chinatown’s Best Food has long been a pioneer in serving quality Chinese food at great value for money, already being in the business for more than 25 years. The popular lunch and dinner eat all you can buffets offer over 60 dishes to choose from. With Cantonese chefs at the helm, quality and authenticity is never compromised. As the name says its Chinatown’s best food, as they deliver only the most succulent crabs, sting fish and other Chinese delights. Even more tempting is that they have a Japanese Section.






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