According to some there are 7 flavors that one must experience. They are sweet, sour, salty, bitter, spicy, astringent, and umami. But for me that is just meh. I mean food is delicious then its good.
Located in San Juan. The place has ample parking and there is space to enjoy meals with your family and friends even your delightful date with yourself.
The place is cozy and has a wonderful feel to it.
They have a good staff that can assist you.
The place displays a lot of modern art which fit the modern feel of the place.
Sometimes I feel this place is for some meditation. Another plus point is that their restrooms are clean and doesn't have wet floors.
Here is the space on the ground floor where you can enjoy a meal or two. The prices are fit for the budget.
More spaces to eat and also appreciate some chalk art. They have also their menu and price listed.
We had our lunch buffet at the second floor. Again the place is clean and well spaced. There is ample lighting as well.
The owner of the place is the popular Chef Logro. Although one wish I have is that they better use live plants because plastic ones feel weird and just cheap.
The food is arranged well and spaced well with their labels. There is a wide variety of foods to choose from and they boast of changing their menus everyday. So going to this place everyday will not be a bore.
They boast a wide range of food choices like Mexican, Japanese, Chinese, American, Spanish and Filipino.
I would stop talking now and just enjoy the view of food. Or better yet visit the place and taste it. Don't take my word for it. You need to try this and you would never think that you have wasted money or time going to San Juan for a buffet.
The veggies are fresh and crunchy.
The salad is well suited to the taste.
Pizza and nachos as you please.
Some happy carbs for your tummy.
There is fresh fruits.
The must try tacos that are crisp and delicious.
There is also soup to start you meal. Or to have when you feel it.
And now we are in my favorite dessert area. I am a die hard fan of desserts. Sorry when I go buffet the most important thing is the dessert. Fuck other things, they can come later.
This is my paradise, the taste is not sweet and just right.
The DIY halo-halo counter. There is also ice cream to try.
A variety of sushi to try. And then some lechon because why not? Fuck diets.
There is an interesting chicken sisig.
Then there are the rice and main dishes, each to its own delicious. Prepared by their amazing chef. Of course this is a restaurant owned by a famous chef and it does meet expectations.
There is good quality salmon. I am sure this is not the farmed one. That one tastes shit. This one is good.
We were a bit early so I took pictures before the fight begins.
Of course they bring out new dishes from time to time. Here are some more awesome sushi.
Cheese and seaweed. Interesting dessert.
Then of course there is now chicken lechon because again who cares about diets.
Interesting modernist fixtures.
So if you are hungry and just around San Juan or maybe bored of the regular places. Then go here.
7 Flavors Buffet is located at 196 A. Mabini Street, San Juan City.
Opening hours 7 AM to 11 PM
Phone numbers: (02) 503-6750 or (02) 721-0653
Lunch- 11 AM to 2:30 PM | Mondays – Thursdays (P400)
Lunch- 11 AM to 2:30 PM | Fridays - Sundays (P600)
Dinner- 5:30 PM to 10 PM | Mondays- Thursdays (P500)
Dinner- 5:30 PM to 10 PM | Fridays - Sundays (P600)