The more famous local buffet restaurant in the Philippines, located in the old city, the environment is like a private garden house, very beautiful, suitable for taking pictures and posting to friends. The food is average, not suitable for the Chinese stomach, and the locals like it.
I don't know where the good reviews on Ctrip come from, but I found this restaurant after seeing the recommendations and walking for a long time. There is no one in the meal. Flies are flying on the dishes, the sanitary environment is worrying, and it is not a buffet. I ordered two dishes that seemed edible and cost five hundred pesos. The amount was so small that I couldn't eat enough. The taste is very average.
Just near the Manila Cathedral, is an old building, cheap, mostly locals, buffet-style restaurant, take whatever you want to eat, there are waiters to help you heat it, it tastes good, typical Filipino food.
The self-service restaurant can also be so big. It is relatively famous in the local area. It is full of Philippine specialties. You can take what you like to eat. The rice is also very good. It is more suitable for Chinese people.
Very convenient, because this is a restaurant very close to the White Knight Hotel and the cathedral. After I came in, I found out that it was a buffet. The price is relatively reasonable, the food is very rich, and there is a lot of meat, including prawns, pork, lamb, etc., as well as classic Filipino dishes. I like it very much. Of course, if you are very hungry, coming here is even more cost-effective.
The store looks more upscale than it actually is, it is essentially an upscale food stall. There are uncooked dishes in the store, and customers can choose whichever they want.