It’s time to test your skills! Who will win? You or the Buffet (101)?
A buffet known to be one of the best value-for-money buffets in the metro, Buffet 101 is one to beat when you want an international feast but you’re on a limited budget or when you’re looking for a convenient restaurant with loads of options.
Fun fact: Buffet 101’s branches are located right inside malls. These malls are: Glorietta 2, SM By The Bay, Robinsons Magnolia, and Alabang Town Center.
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If you’re not sold on the idea of going just yet, then study up on the 101 of Buffet 101: their buffet rates, the buffet promos they offer, as well as some of the different must-try dishes and stations!
Buffet 101 Rates
Monday to Friday (LUNCH) – ₱689
Monday to Friday (DINNER) – ₱888
Saturday, Sunday, and Holidays – ₱888
Note: Lunchtime is from 11 AM to 2 PM. Dinner time is from 5:30 PM to 11 PM.
Kids (Below 4.5 ft.) – ₱388
Kids (Below 3.5 ft.) – FREE
Leftover price – ₱500
Notes: There's a 5% service charge and prices are subject to change without prior notice)
Buffet 101 Promos
Senior Citizen Promo (70 yrs. old and above)
If you’re a senior citizen aged 70 yrs. old and above, you get 50% off.
Note: Just bring your senior citizen card for proof.
If it’s your birthday, as long as you bring 3 paying adults to dine with you, you can dine for free!
Note: Don't forget to bring proof that it's your birthday!
Big Group Promo
A promo that’s only available from August 10 to November 29, 2019, click here to know more about the promo.
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Buffet 101 Must-Try Stations & Dishes
With more than 10 labeled stations and more unlabeled ones, Buffet 101 boasts an international feast filled with familiar dishes which adults and kids alike will love. Some of the kinds of food that they offer are finger food, pizza, pasta, grilled seafood, yakitori, Japanese hot pot, European comfort food, and more.
Fun fact: Did you know that Buffet 101 (in Glorietta) has the Longest Buffet Table in the Philippines? Yep, it's 128 feet long!
If the number of stations and areas are overwhelming for you, here are some which you should definitely try or head on to first:
Sushi, Sashimi, and Maki Rolls
Notable dishes they offer: Salmon sashimi, Tuna Sashimi, Black Sesame Maki, Spicy Salmon Maki, California Maki
Must-try: Pork Asado, Soya Chicken, and Dim Sum
Carving Station (Beef)
Must-try: Prime Beef
Carving Station (Pork)
Must-try: Pork Spareribs
Must-try: Ebi Tempura
Must-try dishes: Steamed live suahe and chili crab
Must-tries: Halo-halo with Frozen Yogurt, Candies, Cookies, and Fresh Fruits
Now that you have an idea of what to expect, why not head on to the nearest branch and give it a try?
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