I recently visited Marcelino Café at Manila Prince Hotel to try their dinner buffet. A friend of mine told me that the buffet was worth the price and since I had time to kill, I decided to go ahead and give it a try.
Starting with the dinner experience, Marcelino Café continued to uphold its reputation for excellence during the evening hours. The buffet spread featured diverse global cuisines, including American, Korean, Japanese, Indian, Filipino, and Vietnamese delights. This culinary tapestry transformed the dining space into a haven for food enthusiasts, promising a delightful fusion of tastes and textures.
One particular highlight of the dinner buffet was the sashimi selection, showcasing lapulapu and tanigue. This departure from the usual sashimi choices brought a unique and exciting twist to the dining experience. These less common fish varieties added a layer of sophistication and adventure to the buffet, and was definitely a surprise to me.
They also offer breakfast and lunch buffet. The breakfast spread, available from 6:00 am to 10:00 am, promised a sumptuous start to the day. With a rotating selection that included classics like corned beef and hotdogs, as well as more exotic options like Spanish sardines and danggit, guests were treated to a diverse range of breakfast delights. The addition of pancake and waffle stations, along with bread, cereal, salad, and a hot cup of coffee, ensured a well-rounded and satisfying morning meal.
For those looking to indulge in a heartier feast, the lunch buffet, served from 11:30 am to 2:30 pm, offered an array of options. Priced at Php 899 net per person during the promotional period (the regular rate at Php 1,500 net), the lunch buffet featured an international culinary journey. Pasta with a selection of sauces, a salad station with various dressings, sushi, sashimi, and a carving station presenting a rotation of succulent roasted meats created a gastronomic adventure that catered to diverse palates.
Apart from the impressive variety and quality of dishes, one aspect that stood out was the affordability of Marcelino Café's buffet offerings. With the promotional rate of Php 899 net for both lunch and dinner, diners could savor many global cuisines without straining their budget. This affordability, combined with the exceptional quality of the food, makes Marcelino Café a compelling choice for those seeking a memorable dining experience without breaking the bank.
Marcelino Café at Manila Prince Hotel is definitely a hidden gem that will surely become a haven for food enthusiasts. With a budget that won't hurt your wallet, families can come here to celebrate and enjoy the many different choices they have.
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