7 Flavors Buffet, Cafe, and Bakery

I had the chance to go and visit Greenhills last weekend and I found myself at this place. It's a newly opened restaurant in the nook of 196 A. Mabini Street, Addition Hills, San Juan del Monte. Now for most people who know me, they know that I rarely go to this area so there has to be a really good reason for me to stray here. This is the good reason.

the buffet

the cafe 

the bakery

Now lets start with the buffet. There was nothing outstanding or super impressive about the menu because it doesn't aim to impress. What 7 Flavors has to offer is pure comfort food. They are the kind of food you have while chatting with friends and not wanting to worry if you used the right fork or if you mess up your clothes a little bit.

It's the kind of place you go to when you simply want good food and a very relaxed ambiance. Priced at Php399.95 on weekdays and Php599.95 on weekends, this is already a steal since there are more than 30 dishes to choose from.

The Cafe 

I was only able to try the coffee and cheesecake at their cafe because we really went there for the buffet but I can say that the cafe is enough reason for me to go back.

Peppermint Mocha
The Peppermint Mocha had enough hint of the peppermint to satisfy my taste. It was a tad sweet but I didn't really mind it. I do know a lot of my friends would probably shudder so just make sure you tell them to tone it down a bit if you don't have a sweet tooth like me.

This is the 7 Flavors Cheesecake. Its a calamansi-infused cheesecake, on a coconut and graham crust, topped with ube and langka mixture and fresh durian, froasted with coffee cream and dusted with chocnut crumble. 

The 7 Flavors Ensaymada from the bakery comes with butter, leche flan, ube, pandan, cheese and macapuno and bacon. It's simply a collaboration of all kinds of flavors in just one bite. For only Php50, I was tempted to get at least 10 of them to take home with me. 

Thank you to my wonderful friends for discovering this place with me. It was indeed a fun Sunday.

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