So why is this a big deal? Because almost everyone was being greeted a happy birthday and I wasn't. :( It wasn't listed on their records and I was even billed for my meal when our receipt arrived. We immediately told the staff that it was my birthday and I gave them my ID. I guess I was just sad because I wasn't serenaded :P
Well, I know you're here for the pictures so let's get on with it. I took food pictures, but I failed to capture them all like the dimsum station and others. But anyways, do enjoy:
I always remember Ukyo from Ranma½ whenever I see these!
*one of my favorites. Their tempura was quite soft and delicious.
|Another kind of Tempura (not the shrimp)|
|Sayang! I wasn't able to taste the Osso Buco.|
|I forgot what chicken dish this is.|
|Roasted Chicken with Lechon Sauce|
|Breaded Fish with Estofado Sauce|
|Cakes with no names|
|Argh! I didn't notice there are cheesecakes on the upper right!|
|The beer dispenser is hidden at the left side of this softdrinks dispenser. Too bad I wasn't able to take a picture of it.|
|I was like a child because I only drank Milo the whole time I was here.|
*There were also water, coffee, and tea-making machines available.
|I thought the bill was going to be P888 per person nett, but I guess they forgot to indicate that there's also a service charge to be added from your total bill. So that would make it P932.40 nett per person instead of P888.|
So there you have it. All in all, the food experience was superb, but the ambiance was like being in a Singing Cooks and Waiters restaurant because of all the "happy birthday" songs being sung non-stop by their group of singers/waiters. The place is also smaller compared to hotel buffet restaurants so it's a bit crowded. But will I dine here again? I surely will.
2nd floor, SM BF Paranaque
Dr. A. Santos Avenue,
Tel. No.: 811-3888, 811-4888