Hello my readers!! Sorry I haven’t posted in such a long time. I have an incurable disease called “Tamaditis” (extreme laziness). I have such a long backlog of trips and restaurants I decided to start with my latest trip to Hokkaido and hopefully work backwards.
It was a week day and my friend Tisay from Hong Kong want to treat us for her birthday. Since we had a couple of working girls in the group we had to eat near their work area. After numerous suggestions of restaurants in SM Mall of Asia we ended up at a place I’veContinue reading “Buffet at Alba Restaurante Español”
I’m a very bad buffet eater because I usually eat the cheap stuff and I get full fast. My dad insisted I try the buffet at the new Marco Polo Hotel along Meralco Avenue in Ortigas Center. He’s the one who discovered it and he’s eaten there several times already. In short he loves it.
One of my favorite buffets in Manila is at Makati Shangri-La’s Inagiku restaurant. The last time I wrote about it was in 2009 when I thought my pictures looked good. Hopefully I’ve improved with these pictures.
In lieu of a Christmas party my management team requested to have a buffet lunch and they chose Guevarra’s in San Juan. The buffet restaurant occupied an old house in a big property with a large parking area.
Last month I attended the birthday party of my friend Rizette’s hubby Eric who celebrated the big 5-0. Riz booked the Oakroom restaurant at the Oakwood Premier Joy-Nostalg Center Manila for a private party.
Our most memorable and gut busting meal in Macao was at Xin in Sands Cotai which was connected to our hotel, Sheraton Macao Hotel.
Our stay in Sheraton Macao Hotel included breakfast buffet for two at their Club Lounge. I’ve experienced staying in hotel rooms with lounges a few times but I’ve never seen a lounge this big.
I’m the last person who will go to a buffet since the choices always overwhelm me and I don’t eat enough to merit the cost. But since I was invited by Sofitel to check out what’s new at Spiral I decided to go.
Several years ago I went to Maldives and stayed at a 5 star resort. The place was beautiful but the food was shockingly expensive and mediocre at best. Balesin Island Club can compete with the one in Maldives and the food is priced reasonably and quite good to boot.