A week or so ago, we went to Manila Hotel to belatedly celebrate my Aunt’s birthday. Anyway, we arrived there at around 7:30PM and the place was already quite packed. Since we had a reservation, we were able to be seated immediately.
Some of the food they offer in the Japanese area of the buffet.
During our last visit to Cebu, we made a spontaneous trip to Shangri-la Mactan to have dinner there. This was months ago, and again, this is another late post, huhu. Anyway, as always, I still think it’s not too late to share our dining experience at Tides, Shangri-la Mactan! 🙂
To be honest, we weren’t actually planning on eating at Tides, as we wanted to try eating at Tea of Spring, Shangri-la Mactan’s Chinese restaurant. However, at the entrance of Tides, we saw a familiar face – Mike, one of the servers. He’s one of the people that, it seems, we always manage to encounter there! Anyway, it didn’t take much to convince us to have our dinner at Tides – after all, as we have gone here quite a number of times already, we know that we won’t be disappointed with the food!
During our visit, there was, I believe, an English theme going on, so there were fish & chips being served and other English dishes.
When it comes to hotel buffets in Manila, what immediately pops into my mind would be either Spiral at Sofitel, Café Ilang-Ilang at Manila Hotel, or Circles at Shang-rila Makati. Basically, these are my top three choices when it comes to buffets lol. Still, wanting to break away from the norm, I wanted to try something else. That’s where The Café at Hyatt City of Dreams enters the picture. I’ve always been curious about this place since forever ago, and I was ecstatic when I finally had the chance to eat here with my mom a few months ago. Haha, yep, this is a late post but better late than never!
Like in most buffets, they have the pizza and pasta station. I love their pizza and I think during our visit I was able to eat the equivalent of a whole pizza lol. Depending on where you enter, this is the first food station that you will see.
Still have some backlogs from my recent Cebu trip, so expect more food-related blog posts! For this post, I decided to write about the dinner buffet at Feria, Radisson Blu. I was actually (pleasantly) surprised to see that they had quite a large selection, and I think in terms of the quality of the food (and even the variety!) it can even compete with Marco Polo Cebu’s buffet.
You can start your dinner feast with these simple vegetable rolls – or, you can just skip it altogether. It’s your call. °˖✧◝(⁰▿⁰)◜✧˖°