As Sunday hotel buffet spreads go, this one deserves attention for its wide selection of cuisine presented food hall-style, with the option to crossover to the Dusit's popular Japanese restaurant, Umu. Regular promotions make the already friendly price tag ludicrously affordable for what you get.
Make sure to forego breakfast—or at least keep it very light—if you plan to do lunch, and meander first to map out the culinary terrain like a military tactician. The Indian selection is far more enjoyable and worth a detour. Head straight to the carving station—one of the city's best. The lechon, lamb, and tomahawk rib-eye were done to perfection. For sweet endings, indulge in the churros and mango crêpe, which are both worth mentioning.
PHP 1,000–1,499 PER PERSON