The Pantry

Philippine Tatler Best Restaurants - - ASIAN/INTERNATIONAL -

WHY GO

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.

TATLER TIPS

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

Seafood sta­tion

Oc­to­pus salad

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