I think it is called Market Cafe because it has the concept of seaside restaurants where you'll buy your desired ingredients and have it cooked by the chef. This is sort of the same but this goes on a buffet type plus everything is securely fresh as it gives you quality and quantity at the same time!
These are they're cold cuts:
Tenderloins and other prime quality meat cold cuts.
Lobsters! This is like my favorite seafood!
Seafood cold cuts.
You just put whatever you want in a plate and give it to the chef and tell him how you want it to be cooked, whether fried, sauteed, grilled, buttered, baked or whatever! You may even ask them to have it medium rare up to well done.
This is the kind of service you'd really pay for.
They got lots of stations here and I'm sorry but I have to show them randomly.
This pineapple ice tea is truly refreshing.
I had all my meat cold cuts grilled to just medium and I tell you they taste perfect!
I actually don't know what I want with my shrimps and lobsters so I told them to surprise me and they did not disappoint, I was really satisfied with how they baked it.
They have this ice cream bar! I got a few taste of it because i was so full but hey, they taste decadent!
All time Filipino favorite! Halo-halo! Yes, you may create your own halo-halo here.
You may dip these sweet delights on chocolate at their chocolate fountain.
As I have told it is regularly around 2,000php but with their promo right here it all goes worth it with the kind of food they cater and the service the give.
It's truly a plus factor when the cooks and reception people are smiling when they serve you and that they are always ready to give you your needs... beyond the food they serve this is something I take into consideration so thank you Market Cafe for the very nice buffet dinner!
Watch out this June as they have a 40% discount to dads out there (60 years old and above) and the promo 4+1 meaning if you guys are five who will dine in, one will be for free.
Venue: Market Cafe, Hyatt Hotel, Pedro Gil, Manila
Photos by: Vergil Lloyd Chua