Buffet Hours: 6:00AM to 10:30AM (Breakfast) | 12:00NN to 2:30PM (Lunch) | 6:00PM to 10:00PM (Dinner)
Buffet Highlights: Market Cafe's buffet lets its guest take on a culinary tour and have a taste of some of the best of Chinese, Japanese, Western, Korean, and Filipino cuisine, made from the freshest local ingredients. Lunch Buffet rates are already inclusive of free-flow of soda and iced tea, while the Dinner Buffet is inclusive of free-flow of soda, iced tea, and local beer.
Buffet Hours: 6:00AM to 10:30AM (Breakfast) | 11:30AM to 2:30PM (Lunch) | 6:00PM to 10:30PM (Dinner)
Buffet Highlights: Cafe Ilang Ilang of Manila Hotel brings together cuisines from all around the world. It showcases 8 live cooking stations, satisfying your cravings for Asian, Mediterranean, European, and Western dishes. What sets their buffet apart from the other is their Pan-Asian Kitchen, the Churrasco Station, and the wood-fired pizza oven in their Italian kitchen. Their Dinner Buffet also change themes every night so better have a look on their schedule to make sure you're into what they're serving that day!
Breakfast Buffet (Mondays to Sundays): P1450 net
Brunch (Sundays): P2400 net (with bottomless chilled juices)
Lunch (Mondays to Saturdays): P2150 net
Dinner Child Rate (Thurdays to Saturdays): P1650 net
Buffet Hours: 6:30AM to 10:30AM (Breakfast) | 12:00NN to 2:30PM (Lunch) | 6:30 to 10:30PM (Dinner)
Buffet Highlights: Tagged as one of the best buffet restaurants in the country, Spiral boasts of its 21 dining ateliers which features the best not only of French cuisine, but also of Eastern, Western, and Filipino's. Apart from their French Stove, Sushi Sashimi, Peking Duck Oven, and North Indian Stations, Spiral is known for their L'Epicerie, a room with different kinds of cheeses and premium-aged hams from all over the world - a heaven for every cheese-lover out there.
Buffet Hours: 6:00AM to 10:30AM (Breakfast) | 12:00NN to 3:00PM (Lunch) | 6:00 to 10:30PM (Dinner)
Buffet Highlights: Brasserie on 3 offers an extensive buffet selection for breakfast, lunch, and brunch created by Executive Chef Thomas Jakobi. The buffet also features an open kitchen and live cooking selections, and its dishes are made with some of the finest seasonal and locally-sourced produce. It's also the place to be for those who can't get enough of sinigang because they do have a sinigang station, serving pork, salmon, and shrimp variations of the popular Filipino dish.
Buffet Hours: 6:30AM to 10:30AM (Breakfast) | 12:00NN to 2:30PM (Lunch) | 6:00PM to 10:30PM (Dinner) | Sunday, 11:30AM to 3:00PM (Brunch)
Buffet Highlights: Marriott Cafe takes pride on their buffet spread of both local and international cuisine. It has everything you would crave for - from the lechon and steaks to sushi and pastas, so you're sure to leave the restaurant with nothing but a full stomach.
Breakfast (Monday to Saturday): P1450
Lunch (Monday to Saturday): P1950
Dinner (Sunday to Thursday): P2100
Ocean's Harvest (Friday to Saturday, dinner): P2500
Buffet Hours: 6:00AM to 10:30AM (Breakfast) | 12:00NN to 3:00PM (Monday to Friday; Lunch) | 11:30AM to 3:00PM (Saturday, Sunday, and Public Holidays; Lunch) | 5:30M to 11:00PM (Dinner)
Buffet Highlights: This 315-seater restaurant continues to live up to its reputation of serving nothing but top-quality dishes. Guests get to choose from their Italian, Grill and Griddle, Deli, Asian, Comfort Food, and Pastry sections, and still be assured that what they're having is made with the freshest ingredients. They also offer unlimited sparkling wine, house pours, sodas, iced tea, or fresh juice during Sunday lunches, so if you want to get the best of everything, you know when to go!
Monday to Saturday: P1638 (inclusive of free-flowing juices, tea, and coffee)
Brunch (11:30AM to 3:00PM, Sunday): P3188 (inclusive of free-flowing beverages and premium seafood collection)
Monday to Thursday; Sunday: P2088 (inclusive of free-flowing juices, tea, and coffee)
Friday to Saturday: P2538 (Seafood Extravaganza with free-flowing beer, juices, tea, and coffee)
Buffet Hours: 6:30AM to 11:00AM (Breakfast; Daily) | 12:00NN to 3:30PM (Brunch; Sunday only) | 5:30PM to 11:00PM (Dinner; Daily)
Buffet Highlights: Just like the other hotel buffet out there, Fresh serves the best and the finest of both Asian and Continental cuisine. What sets them apart from the other buffets, though, is their seafood station where you can get your unlimited fill of lobsters, crabs, and more - cooked however you want them cooked.
Buffet Highlights: Being a Japanese restaurant, the highlight of Nobu's Sunday brunch would have to be their sushi and sashimi station. However, they also have a carving station, a table for hot and cold dishes, and a live cooking station where you can have your seafood, red meat, and poultry cooked a la minute.
Sunday Brunch: P2990 ++ (inclusive of select non-alcoholic beverages)
âAdditional P1990 ++ (to avail of premium Champagne Beverage Package)
Additional P990 ++ (to avail of Standard Alcohol Beverage Package)
Buffet Hours: 6:00AM to 10:30AM (Breakfast) | 11:39AM to 3:00PM (Lunch) | 6:00PM to 11:00PM (Dinner)
Buffet Highlights: Said to be Okada Manila's "center of local and international gastronomy", Medley Buffet features a showcase of dishes created by a team of chefs headed by Chef Guillermo Aspera. Their dishes are set to take the guests to a culinary tour, exploring the dishes of China, Japan, India, Korea, and Italy. They also have a wide variety of sweets and treats in their desserts section - from cakes and pastries to the Filipino-favorite rice cakes.
Buffet Hours: 6:00AM to 10:30AM (Breakfast) | 11:30AM to 2:30PM (Monday-Sunday; Lunch) | 12:00NN to 3:00PM (Sunday; Lunch) | 6:00PM to 10:30PM (Dinner)
Buffet Highlights: Whatever it is you're craving, Makati Shangri-La has your back. Circles' buffet features a well-curated spread of dishes - from salads and sushis to carvings and seafood (unlimited lobster and mussels, anyone?). You may choose one of the fishes or seafood available and have it cooked the way you like it - dampa style!
Buffet Hours: 6:00AM to 10:30AM (Breakfast; Monday to Friday) | 6:00AM to 11:00AM (Weekends and Holidays) | 12:00NN to 2:30PM (Lunch; Daily) | D6:00PM to 10:00PM (Dinner; Daily) | 12:00NN to 3:00PM (Sunday Brunch)
Buffet Highlights: Spectrum, with its modern and clean design, introduces the concept of "Simply LIfe" to its guests. The restaurant features a variety of dishes from China, Middle East, India, Europe, and the Philippines, cooked to perfection with only the best ingredients they could find. They also have a selection of fine wines, perfect to pair and complement the flavors of the food.
Buffet Hours: 6:00 to 10:00 (Breakfast; Monday to Friday) | 6:00AM to 10:30AM (Breakfast; Weekends) | 11:30AM to 2:30PM (Lunch; Monday to Friday) | 12:00NN to 3:00PM (Lunch; Weekends) | 6:00PM to 10:30PM (Dinner; Daily)
Buffet Highlights: "Nine culinary neighbourhoods, one High Street". High Street Cafe features 9 buffet stations which they call "neighborhoods", highlighting the cuisine famous in various parts of the world. Their signature dishes - Onion and Cheese Bread, Mud Crab Lumps Mango and Avocado, Dong Bao Claypot Rice, High Street Deli Sandwich, and more - are prepared and cooked a la minute so the guests are assured that it's fresh, and tastes like how they preferred it to be.
Buffet Hours: 6:00AM to 10:30 (Breakfast) |12:00NN to 2:30PM (Lunch) | 6:00PM to 10:30PM (Dinner)
Buffet Highlights: HEAT lets the signature dishes of its chefs take centerstage to give guests a dining experience they would enjoy. From their Asian to their Continental specialties, all the dishes are prepared and cooked a la minute in their open-theater kitchens. The restaurant also features themed buffet which they call the Weekend Trio - Mad for Lobster Fridays, Mad for Wagyu Saturdays, and the Sunday Mercato - catering to the cravings that the guests are having.
Buffet Hours: 6:00AM to 10:00AM (Breakfast | Monday to Friday) | 6:00AM to 10:30AM (Breakfast; Weekends and Public Holidays) | 12:00NN to 2:30PM (Lunch) | 6:00PM to 10:30PM (Dinner)
Buffet Highlights: Cucina lets its guests customize the dishes they want to try out, may it be their salad, pasta, and even their noodles. Like other buffet restaurants, they also have an open-kitchen set-up so guests get to see their paella and pasta prepared and cooked right in front of them. Their menu and buffet offerings also change every now and then so people have something new to try every time they visit!
Monday to Friday: P1500
Monday to Friday: P1800
Which of these buffets will you be trying out first? Let us know in the comments!
Homestream images taken from Sofitel and Nobu Manila's websites.