*Inserts “Foodie Song” of Boholano artist Joseph Gara.
Food always lifts my mood and if it does not, then there is something wrong with the food. However, Kew Hotel‘s Filipino Buffet did not disappoint.
Kew Hotel’s Cafe Melecia offers themed buffets every Saturday and I got a chance to dine during the launching of the new menu for their Filipino Buffet. I went there with my friends and it was – a Fiesta!
It is a healthier menu comparing to Visayan Fiesta by the way. Here you can make an excuse on a healthy diet by putting fish and vegetables next to lechon.
The Star of the Show!
Tada!! Well of course. It is sinful to not have lechon in a Filipino buffet. They gave us boneless lechon and we (shamelessly) got back for more.
Everyone’s Unexpected Favourites are?
I am not a fan of fish meat but I agreed with everyone that the Pinangat na Tanigue and their Dinoguan are the best dishes. Unanimous decision. These would be the first ones I will definitely look for the next time. Two thumbs up!
We definitely had fun exploring their dishes – but not just us. Groups of mostly families were also around us enjoying their meal. Despite that, you could still move around freely.
Our “Kew” experience would not be complete without a visit to Sky 7 Restobar and Lounge located at the hotel’s top floor where you can chill overlooking the city lights.
Acoustic bands play here and sometimes customers can sing karaoke. That time it was karaoke. Guess who badly wanted to sing? I looove karaokes.
Here is Kew Hotel’s Filipino Buffet full menu:
Over-all we had a great night and even got a chance to meet the Chef and their very accommodating staffs. Definitely, we will go back to taste the other themed buffets and we have a lot of options to choose from (Japanese, Western European, Spanish and other cuisines.)!
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