In the search for the best buffet in Quezon City?
There are tons of all-you-can-eat restaurants in Metro Manila alone, so finding the best value-for-money buffets in Quezon City can be confusing. Especially if you’re a newbie foodie.
In this article, we’ll talk about the best buffet restaurants that your tummy (and your wallet) will absolutely enjoy.
Top Best Buffets in Quezon City
These are Our Wanderluxe’s most-recommended buffet restaurants if you’re living in QC. First, let’s talk about the most popular restaurant group when it comes to eat-all-you-can dining.
Known by a lot of Filipinos as one of the best restaurants in Quezon City, Vikings in SM North EDSA offers a completely satisfying eat-all-you-can experience.
In addition to its accommodating ambiance that gives off a classy feeling, most restaurant-goers visit Vikings for their buffet selection. The buffet serves a wide variety of cuisines from Filipino, Chinese, Italian and many more.
Vikings restaurant opens at 11 in the morning, so you can have your fill during brunch time.
Some of the crowd favorites include a steak section, seafood grill section, sushi section (of course!) and tons of desserts. It’s one of the reasons why people celebrate their birthdays at this Quezon City buffet.
Buffet price at Vikings: ₱938 + 5% service charge per person
Vikings birthday promo: If you eat there during your birth date, you are free of charge as long as you have a companion who will pay full price. But if it’s your birth month, you will be free of charge as long as you have 4 companions who will pay full price.
Located at: 4/F SM City North EDSA, The Block, Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines
Buffet time: Lunch 11:00-2:30pm | Dinner 5:30pm-10pm
Are you visiting Crowne Plaza Manila Galleria soon?
Then you absolutely need to try their in-house restaurant, Seven Corners Restaurant, for an exclusive buffet dining.
This buffet restaurant boasts of an extensive variety of international cuisine, such as a Japanese station (shrimp and vegetable tempura, assorted sashimi, ramen) and all-around Asian station (Chinese, Filipino and Southeast Asian dishes).
Seven Corners even has an eat-all-you-can offering for Western station (grilled seafood, roasted meat, and US ribeye steak) and an Indian station (biryani, naan bread, curries) to boot!
Buffet price at Seven Corners Restaurant: Lunch buffet is ₱2,300 net
Seven Corners Restaurant promo: Present your IHG Rewards membership card so you can get 20% off when you dine in.
Located at: 3/F Crowne Plaza Manila Galleria, Ortigas Center, Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines
Buffet time: Breakfast: 6:00am to 9:30am | Lunch: 11:30am to 2:00pm | Dinner: 6:30pm to 10:00pm
3. Niu by Vikings
Another contender for the best buffet in Quezon City award is Niu, located at The Podium.
Even though it’s technically at Mandaluyong City, The Podium is a mere 10-minute drive from QC border, so it makes sense to include it in this restaurant list.
Every time Mirai and I celebrate a special occasion such as a birthday or our anniversary, Niu is one of our favorites to dine at.
With tons of meals that range from Mediterranean, Chinese, & Japanese to French and Italian cuisines, you’re bound to find something you like at this eat-all-you-can restaurant.
Diners love the great food, great atmosphere and really excellent service from Niu. They’re also a fan of the dining crowd which is usually cool, chill and non-chaotic, compared to other Vikings restaurants.
Buffet price at Niu: ₱988 + 5% service charge per person
Niu at Vikings birthday promo: Dine in at your birth date and you are free of charge as long as you have a companion who will pay full price. You can still dine it at your birth month and pay nothing, but make sure to have 4 companions who will pay full price.
Located at: 5/F, The Podium, 12 ADB Ave, Ortigas Center, Mandaluyong City, Metro Manila, Philippines
Buffet time: Lunch: 11:00am to 2:30pm | Dinner: 5:00pm to 10:00pm
Known as one of the best hotel buffets in Metro Manila, Misto is the in-house restaurant offering eat-all-you-can dining for Seda’s guests and hotels.
The restaurant resembles a long hall with seats lined-up with a garden view and with the sun streaming through in the morning — a magical place for dining.
Diners love this buffet restaurant because it’s perfect for family gatherings and celebrating special occasions with your loved ones, similar to Marco Polo buffet’s ambiance.
In addition to its extensive local and international cuisine, Misto also has a good selection of ice cream and the buko pandan jelly is a crowd favorite. Their steak selections and grilled meat offerings are also a must-try.
Buffet price at Misto Seda: ₱1,400+ per person
Located at: Lobby level, Seda Vertis North Hotel, Diliman, Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines
Buffet time: Breakfast: 6:00am to 10:00am | Lunch: 12:00 nn to 2:30pm | Dinner: 6:00pm to 10:00pm
5. Four Seasons Buffet and Hotpot
Looking for an affordable buffet in Quezon City?
Among the best buffet restaurants included in this list, Four Seasons Buffet and Hotpot offers the most value-for-money price that’s light on your pocket.
It’s mainly a hotpot restaurant, so it hits the spot whenever you have any hot soup cravings during rainy days.
Plus, the quality of their cooked meals are superb — their tempura dishes and dimsum are great for snacking while you’re waiting for your hotpot to be ready.
Buffet price at Four Seasons Buffet and Hotpot: ₱838+ per person
Four Seasons Buffet and Hotpot birthday promo:
- Celebrators can eat for free on the day of their birthday on both lunch and dinner, as long as accompanied by one full paying adult.
- Birthday celebrators can eat for free for one month on both lunch and dinner per day, as long as it is within the month of their birthday and accompanied by 4 paying adults.
Located at: Manhattan Parkview, Ground Floor, General Roxas Ave, Cubao, Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines
Buffet time: Lunch: 11:00am to 2:30pm | Dinner: 5:00pm to 9:00pm
6. Tong Yang Plus
Speaking of hotpot, another recommended buffet establishment is SM North’s Tong Yang Plus.
Diners are a fan of their shabu-shabu set-up, together with their best-selling soup bases: spicy mala, sinigang or satay).
Tong Yang Plus has good beef slices with adequate marbling and lean fats which is good for dipping it into your hotpot soup of your choice. Raw prawns are also available for grilling or hotpot (small to medium sized).
Finally, if you’re up for grilled meat, the restaurant also has marinated meats for both beef and seafood for your indulgence.
Buffet price at Tong Yang Plus: ₱1,400+ per person
Tong Yang Plus birthday promo: Free if you eat during your birthdate, as long as you have 1 full paying companion. For your birth month, make sure to bring 4 full paying adults with you so you can dine for free.
Located at: The Block, SM City North EDSA, The Block, Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines
Buffet time:Lunch: 11:00am to 2:30pm | Dinner: 5:00pm to 9:00pm
Final Thoughts on Best Buffet in Quezon City
And that’s it! We hope this detailed post on the best buffet in Quezon City help you decide on the eat-all-you-can restaurant you’re dining at.
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