May I just start this blog by saying that The Cafe of Hyatt Hotel in City of Dreams Manila offers the most affordable buffet, in terms of quality, so far in the city.
Yes, this is the only buffet spot I know that not only serve LECHON, but also serves huge blocks of Foie Gras!!! 🙂
Foodie tip: Make sure that you are the second or third person ordering the Foie Gras. Have your bread (in any case you want bread) toasted in the remaining melted Foie Gras (from previous cooking), before having your own Foie crusted in the same pan. You may thank me later… 🙂
For the price, the quality and amount of spread The Cafe is offering… This can easily be a fave brunch spot. 🙂
Since I don’t eat fish, I wasn’t able to try their Salmon. Though according to my brunch-mates, and to other friends from previous occasion, The Cafe’s Salmon is the best in a buffet set-up by far. To salmon lovers out there, you gotta try this out!!! 🙂
The brunch buffet also offers newly grilled items such as beef and seafood.
Highly priced crustacean, such as blue crabs, slipper crabs, spanner crabs, freshly shucked oysters, and prawns are all available in The Cafe’s raw section.
Ending the buffet are assortments of wonderfully prepared desserts. From cakes, to pastries, fruits to ice cream. You will have a variety of choices till your heart is content. 🙂
Ground floor, Hyatt Hotel, City of Dreams Manila
Asean Avenue corner Roxas Boulevard, Entertainment City, Paranaque, Manila, Philippines
Contact Number: +63 2 691 1234 loc. 1162
Breakfast (Monday to Sunday) 06:00AM to 10:30AM, P1,300 nett
Lunch (Monday to Saturday) 12:00AM to 03:00PM, P1,638 nett
Dinner (Sunday to Thursday) 05:30PM to 11:00PM, P2,088 nett
Dinner (Friday to Saturday) 05:30PM to 11:00PM, P2,538 nett *SEAFOOD Extravaganza*
Brunch (Sunday) 11:30AM to 03:00PM, P2,799 nett (P2,999 nett plus free-flowing sparkling wine, selected cocktails, and local beer)
Note: Price is inclusive of taxes and surcharge, also includes coffee or tea. Sunday brunch buffet is inclusive of juices, coffee and tea, freshly shucked oysters, wok-fried lobsters, seafood on ice, and Spanish Iberico cured ham.
Payment: Cash and Card
2 thoughts on “Hyatt Hotel, The Cafe’s Sunday Brunch Buffet”
Nice detailed eview.
Is the Foie Gras served throughout the day?
Last I went, I don’t think they are serving Foie Gras anymore…