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Here are nine all-you-can-eat luxury hotel buffets worth every peso!  That’s because when it comes to over-the-top celebrations and memorable milestones, a trip to the luxury hotel buffet is worth the splurge. They are often well-regarded since they offer a wide range of food stations and upscale service that would satisfy everyone at your party. But with so many options in the metro, which ones should you splurge on? We give you the lowdown on the nine luxury hotel buffets worth your money.   

High Street Cafe

One of the most popular buffets in the metro is High Street Cafe at Shangri-la The Fort in BGC, Taguig. When you enter, you are greeted by the bright sunlight that peaks through the wide windows, shining a light on the rows and rows of chairs waiting for people to fill them up. The buffet is regarded for its nine live kitchens, particularly its Mongolian section, where you put ingredients of your choice into a bowl then the station chef will cook it for you. No need to wait for it either since the attendees can deliver it straight to your table. Another highlight is the roasted lechon belly, one of the most sought-after food items in the buffet and a must for balikbayans who want a first try of our famous lechon.  

30th Street, corner 5th Ave, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig. For reservations, call (02) 8820-0888. For more information, visit Shangri-la BGC’s website

Php1,950 on weekdays to Php2,300 on weekend lunch


Heat, Shangri-la EDSA’s signature buffet outlet, is a long-established and celebrated buffet choice for many. It has open theater-kitchens, which let guests enjoy their food presented in a fashionable manner before it gets cooked à ala minute or freshly prepared. Their chefs are masters of international cuisine like Indian, Middle Eastern, and Cantonese, always coming up with delectable variations and modern touches to the buffet spread. They also prepare healthier options, a delight for those who are restricting their intake but still want to indulge in good food.  

Tower Wing, 1 Garden Way, Ortigas Centre, Mandaluyong City.  For reservations, call (63 2) 8633 8888. For more information, visit Shangri-la Edsa website.

Php2,500 for lunch (all week)  to Php3,500 for Dinner (depending on the day)

Café 1228

While Cafe 1228’s choices may not be as extensive as other places, it makes up for its quality in its options. And when we say make up for it, think of succulent meat carvings, grilled-on-the-spot seafood, and well-made desserts. Combined with their attentive service team and classy and cozy ambiance, it’s a buffet experience worth returning to again and again. Pro tip: if you’re starting to become a regular at this lux buffet, it’s best to get their Club Epicure membership card to avail exclusive New World Makati Hotel perks such as priority reservations and dining discounts.      

New World Makati Hotel Esperanza Street, corner Makati Ave, Makati City. For reservations, call +63 2 8811 6888. For more information, visit New World Hotel’s website.

Php3,300 for weekday lunch to Php4,000 pesos for Friday and weekend dinner

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Three things Conrad Hotel’s signature buffet can boast about? 1.) Its lavish spread, composed of dishes crafted with sustainably sourced seasonal ingredients; 2.) The amazingly vibrant wooden aesthetic, and 3.) The spectacular panoramic view of Manila Bay’s blue horizon. The buffet is renowned for its staple international cuisines, an impressive carving station, and a much-talked-about cheese station. Though best not to miss out on weekly and seasonal promotions with themes like La Dolce Vita, Chef’s Table, Seafood Night, and Barbeque Night. 

3/F Conrad Manila, Mall of Asia Complex, Pasay City, Metro Manila. For reservations, call 8833-9999 / (0917) 650-3591. For more information, visit Conrad Hotel’s website.

Php1,799 for weekday lunch to Php3,250 for Friday and Saturday dinner


After watching a musical or attending a special occasion by the bay, head to Fresh, Solaire’s signature buffet outlet. The restaurant’s elegant and sophisticated vibe should hype guests for the superb feast awaiting them. While the buffet features an incredible array of international cuisines and creations, the recent draw has been its seafood buffet, particularly its unlimited lobster offering. Guests can enjoy them in various ways and copious amounts, making it a crustaceous indulgence of another level. Time will tell if their newly-opened Quezon City counterpart will live up to the first’s reputation. 

Solaire Resort,  Entertainment, 1 Aseana Ave, Tambo, Parañaque City.  For reservations, call +632-8888-8888. For more information about Fresh, visit Solaire’s website.

Php1,999 for weekday lunch to Php2,999 for dinner and weekend meals

The Admiral Club

The Admiral’s Club’s food philosophy is inspired by a sea traveler’s voyage from exploring the culinary delights from the East to the West. Think traditional baskets of dim sums, assorted noodles in complex, flavorful broths, creative takes on sushi, makis, and nigiri, roasted Peking-style duck, and lechon Macau. On the other side, a great grazing table awaits, filled with bite-sized European fare like imported cold cuts, Spanish pintxos, French-style pates and rillettes, and, oh, the cheeses! That’s not all. They have a Josper grill churning out delicious grilled greats especially on the weekdays–all the prime rib, porchetta, and roast beef you can eat!       

The Admiral Hotel, 2138 Roxas Blvd, Malate, Manila. For reservations, call (02) 5318 9000. For more information, visit the The Admiral Hotel website.

Php2,588 to Php4,588 for lunch and dinner

Nobu Manila Weekend Brunch Buffet

Did you know that one of the best buffet experiences in town happens during brunch time on a weekend? As its name suggests, Nobu Manila’s Weekend Brunch Buffet is only available every Saturday and Sunday from 11:30 am to 3pm. Compared to the other places, their offerings during this time is quite select, but the quality is what you’d expect from the Nobu brand–impeccable and not to miss. Mentionable stations include a chilled oyster seafood bar, premium sushi and sashimi bar, teppan carvings, kushiyaki, and hot dishes featuring creations made with premium Japanese ingredients like wagyu, lobster, and cod. 

Nobu Manila, Level 1 Nobu North Tower, Aseana Avenue, Parañaque City. For reservations, call +632 8800 8080. For more information, visit the Nobu Manila website.

Php 3,500 and above, depending on your choice of beverage package


Corniche remains to be one of the most underrated hotel buffet’s in the metro. Diamond Hotel 200-seater buffet outlet always impresses with excellent service and high-quality dishes. They do know how to surprise you as well–from exciting themed offerings like Tex-Mex Night, the annual Filipino Food Festival featuring a guest chef, and even periodical big discounts. When it comes to their offerings, their hot plates are not just worth the mention. Corniche also churns out the best dessert creations, especially its housemade ice creams. If dessert lovers are looking for a buffet choice this would be it. Did we mention wifi access here is also free? 

Diamond Hotel, Roxas Boulevard corner Dr. J Quintos Street, Manila.  For reservations, call +632 5305-3000 ext. 1121 or email  restaurant_rsvn@diamondhotel.com

Prices depend on day and meal time. For more information, visit diamondhotel.com/dining/corniche/

7 Corners 

Up north in Ortigas Center is where you can locate Crowne Plaza Hotel, home to 7 Corners. The name of the restaurant refers to the seven different cuisines/stations in the all-you-can-eat outlet offering premium dishes, namely Japanese, Asian, Western, Filipino, Indian, Italian, and Cold Section. This hotel outlet is an old reliable maintaining its reputation as one of the best buffets in the metro. One of the most sulit choices you can have here is their prime rib and lechon, which for us already seals the deal for every visit here.  

Price range is Php 2,700 for lunch to Php 2,900 for dinner

Crowne Plaza Hotel, Ortigas Ave, Ortigas Center, Quezon City. For reservations, call +632 8790 3100. For more information, visit the Crowne Plaza website.


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