₱ 1,800 / Person
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open now: 6:00 - 23:00
The Café - Hyatt Regency Manila City of Dreams is located at Ground Floor, Hyatt Regency City of Dreams Manila, Aseana Boulevard Corner Macapagal Avenue, Entertainment City, Parañaque City. This is a Italian restaurant near the City of Dreams Manila.The average price range at The Café - Hyatt Regency Manila City of Dreams is around ₱ 1,800 / Person,and the opening hours are 6:00 - 23:00.The Café - Hyatt Regency Manila City of Dreams is a well-known gourmet restaurant in the City of Dreams Manila area. There are different kinds of food in The Café - Hyatt Regency Manila City of Dreams that are worth trying. If you have any questions,please contact +63286911234.
Didnt like almost everything. Even the rice wasnt cooked right... Service also wasnt good for example water you had to get for yourself ive been to cheaper buffets that serve water at least. Not worth it wondering how this place even got 4.4 stars
Dined here last December 2, 2019 and it was alright. Some of the meats/poultry like their pork dishes and the roasted duck were still kinda chewy. They have an average selection of food though. Dessert selection was pretty great. However, they do not maintain its order. They had a nice selection of bread accompaniments and I found some pesto & sun-dried tomatoes + this pork “with balsamic vinegar” so I kindly asked if they had balsamic vinegar anywhere because I couldn’t find it in the station despite seeing the card thingy that indicated that there should be some. The cook manning the station told me to go to the Garde Manger station to get the Balsamic Vinegar so I went there and asked the cook there. To no avail did I find my Balsamic Vinegar though (which was alright but I hope they communicate within themselves so as to not cause confusion to their customers)
We got a metrodeal promo for this buffet and I can say that it is worth the price. This buffet offers a wide range of flavors and we went here for a dinner buffet. It is more special since Saturdays are seafood night where they offer lobster and other seafood. Moreover, you can chose a flavor for the seafood since they have a paluto-style for the seafood section. As for the steak, it was great and cooked according to what you asked them to cook. The dessert bar also had halo-halo, crepes, and cakes. The overall ambiance of this buffet is good and makes you want to drink a lot (they offer bottomless beer for adults).
Best deal if you have a discount 😅 They offer different dishes for lunch and dinner. They have more options during dinner time. Even if they offer more food during dinner time, it’s still worth the price. There are lots of options from pasta, pizza, grilled meat, filipino dish, and lots of dessert. Take advantage of the meat station and japanese station buffet.
One gets the sense that this place is more about quantity than quality. I was there for lunch on 9/23 and the food counters looked like no one was minding them given the disarray. The dessert section was particularly bad — the halo halo counter was close to empty, the fruits were not only so limited but they looked so unappetizing and disorderly. I had high expectations given some of the reviews I read but my experience was a huge letdown. One very good thing though was the warmth and the promptness of the waitstaff. They were consistently helpful.