Time to pig out!
SM MOA is a big name when it comes to dining. With so many restaurants in its compound, it’s definitely a go-to place to gather the family or barkada to commemorate important milestones. And what better way to celebrate than by dining at a buffet restaurant?
Option paralysis or simply don’t know where to eat? No worries, we’ve gathered a list of all the buffet restos in MOA where you and the fam can enjoy unlimited servings.
Vikings is one of the most popular buffet restaurants in the country—especially for birthdays— because they’re literally the biggest one out there. With over 400 dishes, everyone can surely fulfill any food craving they have. Vikings has stations for each cuisine, making dining at the restaurant seem like an adventure.
Price: ₱738 per adult for weekday lunches, ₱938 per adult for weekday dinners, ₱1,138 per adult for weekend/holiday lunches and dinners. Prices are subject to 5% service charge.
A part of the Vikings Group, Four Seasons offers fresh and healthy choices for calorie-conscious diners. This hotpot buffet concept serves a wide variety of seafood, fresh ingredients, as well as cooked options for those who want to eat something other than hot pot.
Price: ₱722.40 per adult for weekday lunches, ₱932.40 per adult for weekday dinners, ₱932.40 per adult for weekend/holiday lunches and dinners
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Gen Korean BBQ House is a Los Angeles KBBQ chain that brings imported premium meats, alcoholic drinks, and lively music to the table. It’s an ideal place to go to if you want to knock back a few bottles with your barkada. Big group? Don’t worry about seating because this resto can seat 500 diners.
Price: ₱798+ per person for weekday lunches, ₱998+ per person for weekday dinners, ₱998+ per person for weekends
Insider tip: For every 3 paid entries, enjoy 1 more free!
Buffet101 serves international cuisine with a 5-star hotel feel but at an affordable price. They offer eat all you can Japanese, Filipino, Italian, Chinese, and American grub, as well as a wide selection of sweet desserts. Aisles are wide at Buffet101, making it a friendly option for families with little children.
Price: ₱738 per adult for weekday lunches, ₱938 per adult for weekday dinners, ₱888 per adult for Saturday lunches. Prices are subject to 5% service charge.
Cabalen is an affordable buffet option that serves all you can eat traditional Kapampangan food, as well as offerings that are influenced by Thai and Japanese cuisines. The day’s fare is presented in a very Filipino way: chafing dishes lined with banana leaves or white pots that are decorated with woven wooden fibers. It’s an oldie but goodie type of restaurant that you know both the grandparents and young ones would appreciate.
Price: ₱378 per adult on weekdays, ₱448 per adult on weekends, 50% off for kids 4t and below, FREE for kids 3ft and below
Can’t decide where to bring the barkada for lunch or dinner? Look no further than Charaptor BBQ. It’s a grill-all-you-want place that also offers ready to eat items such as sushi, soup, and sisig. Their selection ranges from seafood to street food faves like isaw and barbecue.
Price: ₱690 per adult for Friday to Sunday lunches, ₱690 per adult for Monday to Thursday dinners, ₱790 per adult for Friday to Sunday and holiday dinners.
La Fiesta, as the name suggests, is truly a provincial feast. The buffet serves authentic Filipino fare, and diners can enjoy more than 200 different dishes and desserts and unlimited beer as they listen to live acoustic music or watch a live cultural show. It’s an ideal place to bring a balikbayan relative as it will make them feel warmly welcomed back.
Price: ₱599 per adult for Monday to Saturday lunches, ₱750 per adult for Monday to Thursday dinners, ₱799 per adult for Friday and Saturday dinners, ₱799 per adult for Sunday and holiday lunches and dinners, ₱950 for leftover price.
Yakimix is a Japanese smokeless grill buffet concept that’s popular with the birthday-celebrating crowds, thanks to their promo where celebrants gets to eat for free during their birth month as long as they’re accompanied by 3 paying adults.
Price: ₱588 per adult for weekday lunches, ₱658 per adult for weekday dinners, ₱699 per adult for weekend lunches and dinners.
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