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Philippine Tatler Best Restaurants - - INTERNATIONAL -

WHY GO

The buf­fet se­lec­tion not only lives up to its name, but the pro­fes­sional ser­vice of the wait staff is im­pres­sive, al­most thought­ful, and re­flects a pol­ished stan­dard that per­me­ates the de­tails of the restau­rant.

TATLER TIPS

Ex­pect a mouth­ful of flavours from the Ko­rean, Chi­nese, Ja­panese, Ital­ian, and Amer­i­can sta­tions. Make a stop at the bar for wine, sake, beer, or fresh juices. De­sign your own plat­ter of cheese, char­cu­terie, and ter­rines to nib­ble through­out the du­ra­tion of the meal. Make your way to the seafood op­tions and have the lob­ster in a de­lec­ta­ble va­ri­ety of sauces, such as lemon but­ter or chilli, or served with the cheese, egg, and brandy con­coc­tion à la ther­mi­dore. Take a slice of the sig­na­ture So­laire cho­co­late cake, or en­joy its rich deca­dence in bite-size from the dessert ta­ble.

Sushi and sashimi PHP 1,500-1,999 PER PER­SON PRI­VATE ROOMS

Bos­ton lob­ster, New Zealand mus­sels, prawns, and crabs

Ro­tis­serie roasted pork belly “bag­net style”

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