Seasons at Manila Pavilion Hotel Buffet Actual
Now that we have roamed around and saw what the buffet at Seasons, Manila Pavilion Hotel can offer, it’s time to settle down and eat.
To start off, we have soup to warm our stomach.
…then we move on to have some sushi and finger food appetizers such the literal ham and cheese and some kebabs…
I saw a section of different dishes and I got one of each. (Grilled Salmon, Steamed Fish Fillet, Chicken, Beef and Sausage). Special mention here to their Grilled Salmon as they were able to remove that “salmon” smell. The beef was also tasty!
Now, going to China Town, I got roasted chicken, asado and a few dumplings. I enjoyed all except the asado which left a bad taste in my mouth.
I’m still sad that we didn’t have any roast beef so we had to settle with their pork loin with the special reappearance of siomai and calzone.
As for the area where you can ask them to cook (paluto) for you, I requested for grilled liempo (that looks more like pork chop) and fried lapu-lapu. I had to return a lot just to follow-up on the fish and when I got it, it was very salty. On the other hand, the liempo tasted great without the need for condiments.
For desserts, I loaded myself with lots of fruits (that induces movement), a taste of their dessert creations and their crepe. The crepe tasted more of pancakes due to the thickness of the crepe.
Overall, the buffet was ok as we did have a lot of selections from different cuisines. But somehow, without any roast beef, it felt lacking and seeing that they had more selections on others also affected our experience. But for the voucher price, I can say that the buffet at Seasons was already a good deal.
Till next time,
Seasons, Manila Pavilion Hotel
United Nations Avenue cor. Ma. Orosa Street, Manila
(02) 526-1212 with extension line: 2318
Restaurant by Location: Ermita