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Last week, my family stuffed ourselves silly at Vikings Luxury Buffet for my post birthday celebration.
I was really praying hard it wouldn’t rain when we go there. And God granted my prayer.
It was cloudy but it least no rain. 🙂 Thank you my Lord.
Good thing we made reservations because I heard this place gets packed pretty quickly.
Once every one was settled in our table, we went our separate ways and “investigated” what was on the buffet spreads. Yes, you read that right SPREADS. Buffet tables and cooking stations dispersed all over the place. I think it was a great idea to avoid a lot of people gathering in one place.
I always check the desserts spread first since Peewee likes to start (and end) his meals with something sweet.
Chocolate fountain, mini cakes and pastries (try the different flavors of panna cotta, revel bars and the tiramisu), native delicacies like maja blanca, puto, kutsinta, cassava bibingka, a halo halo station, 6 different flavors of ice cream (dark chocolate yung pinakamasarap) with different toppings and fro-yo.
My first plate was samu’t sari because I felt overwhelmed with the vast selection of food to try. From steaks to garlic butter crabs, I felt dizzy running around the place looking and picking out the food. Daming choices!
Next, my Chinese plate. Peking duck, beef hofan, fish fillet with baby bakchoy and a piece of shark’s fin dumpling.
A teapot of miso soup for me and Peewee.
My third plate a variety of dimsum. Hakao, Siomai, Shark’s fin and another one with shrimp.
My fourth plate is Japanse. Different types of sushi – philly roll, dragon roll and something with squid ink.
And lastly, my dessert plate – a small serving of froyo with crushed Oreos, cassava bibingka, maja blanca, revel bar and tiramisu.
And in between my plates we were devouring dozens of baked oysters, as in DOZENS! I think our table consumed a good 5-6 dozens of baked oysters made to order. Unfortunately we were too busy eating to take a decent photo. LoL
Aside from the baked oysters, we also ordered seafood hotpot which my parents shared (ang sweet ano?)
To end our meal (hahahha akala nyo after the dessert tapos na ano?) John went to get coffee. John said the coffee was freshly pressed. Sarap nung coffee, hindi instant! LoL
A word from the wise: Please only get you can consume or else you’ll get slapped with an additional 100pesos for left overs over 100grams.
Vikings Luxury Buffet discourages “takaw tingin” for them to keep the prices low and avoid/lessen food wastage. I also liked that they did not charged us for Peewee. Although Peewee is more than 3 feet tall which meant I have to pay 388php for him, the staff noticed that he only ate 2 scoops of ice cream and a few sticks of fries. So they just waived payment for him. Hooray for freebies!
I do recommend to make reservations ahead of time, like 2 days in advance especially on the weekends.
We will definitely go back to Vikings Luxury Buffet to try the other stations and food (grill,pizza and pasta and the pata tim my dad was raving about).
Have you tried Vikings Luxury Buffet yet?