It has been a long time since I visited and shared about a hotel buffet dining experience, so forgive me for sharing this quite late.
Seven Corners Buffet Restaurant is Crowne Plaza Manila's most popular restaurant. It offers continental cuisine with seven interactive stations, hence the name. I have enjoyed the hotel's Chinese restaurant, Xin Tian Di, a few years ago and I was expecting the same thing for Seven Corners.
The spread is mostly Western, one of the main stations of the buffet restaurant.
There is an abundance of seafood in the grill station and sushi, my favorite, in the Japanese station.
The Pasta and Asian Noodle station offers more choices that a person who loves carbs can eat in one sitting.
Aside from the sushi, which I always tend to overeat, I usually head next to the carving station. The servers were really accommodating and tried their best to serve everyone as fast as they can, which I appreciated.
Other stations I was not able to try are the Tandoori, Salad and Pizza stations, because I headed to the Desserts station right away. :P
Seven Corners has a wonderful dessert spread that will definitely make your sweet tooth satisfied. It did mine. :)
I was happy to finally tick Seven Corners off my list. While some things impressed me (like the service and the food quality), it couldn't say that it was one of the best hotel buffets that I have tried. There wasn't as much food choices as I expected, so I was glad to pay the discounted rate instead of the regular rate.
Crowne Plaza Manila Galleria,
Ortigas Corner ADB Avenue, Ortigas,
Breakfast 6 AM to 10 AM | Mon-Sun Php 1437
Lunch 11:30 AM to 2:30 PM | Mon-Sat Php 1989
Lunch 11:30 AM to 2:30 PM | Sun Php 2210
Dinner 6 PM to 10 PM | Mon-Thu,Sun Php 2100
Dinner 6 PM to 10 PM | Fri-Sat Php 2210