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The Best Eat All You Can Buffet Restaurants in Manila

If there is one thing that almost every Filipino love to do, it’s probably dining at an eat all you can buffet restaurant. And with so many buffet restaurants in Manila, it’s not really easy choosing which place to try. So in this article, we’re going to share the best buffet in Manila!

Eat all you can restaurants in Manila

Our top 10 best best buffet restaurants in Manila

In no particular order: here are our top 10 best buffet restaurants in Manila:

The Cafe at City of Dreams Hyatt Hotel

First on our list is The Cafe in City of Dreams. Our team dined in on a regular night and then were serving huge and fresh Suahe and Alimasag or crabs! Best of all, they refill it quickly and you can opt to eat it cold or have it cooked in any way you like! And when I say quick to refill, I really mean quick. When we first tried eating at the restaurant, it was 70% full. Almost every table was getting full plates of shrimps but every time we go back for a refill, there was more than enough to fill our plate.

Buffet Price: 1638 Pesos for a lunch buffet (Monday to Saturday) and 2,088 to 2,999 Pesos for dinner buffet.
How to Get a Discount: Get as much as 50% discount when you purchase a voucher via Metrodeal.com for advance booking or Eatigo app for on the spot discounts.
Address: Ground Floor South Gaming Area, City of Dreams Manila, Aseana Boulevard corner Macapagal Avenue Brgy.Tambo, Paranaque City
Link: www.cityofdreamsmanila.com/restaurants/the-cafe

The Alley by Vikings

One of the reasons why our team love The Alley by Vikings is because its the very first buffet restaurant we saw in food park style. There are about 10 or more stalls in the restaurant and each of it has a theme. There is a Japanese, Filipino, desserts, pizza and pasta, coffee and even beer! Plus, they serve ice cream with liquid nitrogen which makes ever scoop very Instagrammable.

Tip:

Don’t miss to try their Truffle pasta which is the best pasta we have tasted to all buffet restaurants we have tasted. I mean our team loves eating at buffet restaurants so we’ve tried almost every popular eat all you can restaurants in the country and nothing is as good as the one served in the Alley.

Buffet Price: 688 Pesos for lunch buffet, 888 Pesos for dinner buffet (both with +5% service charge)
How to Get a Discount: Dine in on your birthday or month, bring someone who just graduated or in groups of 30 or more.
Address: 2nd Level, Phase 2, U.P. Town Center, Ayala Mall, Katipunan Ave. Central Diliman, Quezon City
Link: http://www.vikings.ph/thealley/

Cafe Ilang-Ilang at Manila Hotel

Our favorite time to dine in at Manila Hotel is during seafood night when almost every dish is served with generous amount of seafood. They even serve salted egg shrimps which are very expensive when ordered from other restaurants! Aside from shrimps, they also serve lobsters and different fish that you can have grilled or cooked in any way you like.

Buffet Price: 2,300 Pesos for lunch buffet (Monday to Saturday), 2,600 Pesos to 3,195 Pesos for dinner buffet (depending on the day of visit)
How to Get a Discount: Purchase discount coupons from DealGrocer.com. If you can’t find it in the website, just wait for some weeks and it’ll be back OR check if they still give 50% discount when you pay using your BDO debit or credit card. You can also opt to be a member of Manila Hotel’s prestige club for a small fee.
Address: Manila Hotel Tent, 1 Rizal Park, Ermita, Manila, 1000 Metro Manila
Link: manila-hotel.com.ph/cafe-ilang-ilang/

Tong Yang

Tong Yang shabu-shabu is not a “sosyal” buffet restaurant BUT if there is one thing we love about it is that they serve various kinds of beef and pork meat. And unlike most Korean restaurants, they refill every meat variant, vegetable, and seafood choices fast. Except for their steamed crabs which is only served every hour or so.

Buffet Price:  575 Pesos for lunch buffet and 645 Pesos for dinner buffet
How to Get a Discount: N/A
Address: Our favorite branch is at Centris Walk
Link: http://www.tongyanghotpot.com/

Niu by Vikings

Another restaurant by Vikings is Niu. Its just like Vikings restaurant but posher and serves wine. If you don’t drink wine, you can go for teas and different juice choices. There are also nights when they serve lobster soup which is really good. If you miss eating at Vikings but prefer a place that’s more quiet and prettier, you should go for Niu.

Buffet Price: 938 Pesos for weekday lunch buffet, 1,438 Pesos for weekday dinner buffet, 1,438 Pesos for weekend or holiday lunch and dinner buffet. Plus 5% service charge for all prices.
How to Get a Discount: Dine in on your birthday or month, bring someone who just graduated or in groups of 30 or more.
Address: 6th Floor, SM Aura Premier, 26th Street Corner McKinley Parkway, 1630 Taguig.
Link: niu.ph

Also Read: Buffets with Birthday Promo in Manila

Brasserie on 3 at Conrad Hotel

Unbeknownst to many, Conrad also has their own buffet restaurant called Brasserie on 3. It’s not as big as most hotel buffet restaurants but they make up for their food choices. It’s the first eat all you can restaurant in Manila that I have tried with almost 10 selections of local and imported nuts! They also serve huge shrimps that you can have cooked in any way you like. The tables are also strategically placed so it looks very spacious so you don’t need to say “excuse me” every step just to get to your table.

Buffet Price: 
How to Get a Discount:
Address: MOA Complex, Seaside Blvd, Pasay, Metro Manila
Link: conradhotels3.hilton.com/en/hotels/philippines/conrad-manila-MNLMBCI/amenities/restaurants-brasserie.html

Garden Cafe at Luxent Hotel

Another impressive hotel buffet we have tried is Luxent Hotel’s Garden Cafe. Its one of the few eat all you can place that serves make your own Mongolian dish. The meat, veggie and noodle choices are served in bowls so you can put as many as you like in each serving. Since our team loves shrimps, we added as many shrimps as we can in our bowl and the server took our bowls for cooking with a smile. Service is also excellent as the servers were very attentive to our needs. We don’t need to call them to refill our water as they automatically check each table if any water glass is empty.

Buffet Price: Lunch buffet starts at 988 Pesos (Monday to Saturday), dinner buffet starts at 1,00 Pesos (Monday to Friday), dinner buffet during Friday and Saturday costs 1,388 Pesos.
How to Get a Discount: Get as much as 50% discount when you reserve a seat via Eatigo app.
Address: Timog Ave, Diliman, Quezon City, 1103 Metro Manila
Link: http://www.luxenthotel.com/dining/

Spiral at Sofitel Hotel

Of course, if we’re talking about the best buffet restaurants in Manila, Spiral buffet in Sofitel must be on the list. It’s one of the few restaurants if not only that has its own cheese and preserved meat room. I’m not sure how many cheese variants are in the room but if it has its own room, it has to be a lot! They also serve chocolate and dark chocolate candies which are so yummy and made of imported chocolate.

Buffet Price: 2750 Pesos per person.
How to Get a Discount: Check if they still give discounts for BDO credit cardholders.
Address: Sofitel Philippine Plaza Manila CCP Complex, Roxas Boulevard Pasay City 1300 Metro Manila, Philippines
Link: spiralmanila.com

Chef Laudico’s Guevarra

Another small but really good buffet restaurant that made it in our top 10 list is Chef Laudico’s Guevarra. The restaurant is situated in a renovated Spanish house that serves the most popular and yummiest Filipino and Spanish dishes. It’s probably the best restaurant to dine in when with a friend from abroad.

Buffet Price: 499 Pesos for lunch buffet and 599 Pesos for dinner buffet.
How to Get a Discount: N/A
Address: 387 P.Guevarra St, San Juan, 1500 Metro Manila
Link: http://www.facebook.com/guevarrasrestaurant/

Also Read: 300 Pesos and Below Eat All You Can Buffet Restaurants in Manila

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