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December 18, 2013

Around the World with Dad's World Buffets in SM Megamall

Even before Yakimix, Sambokojin, Vikings and Buffet 101, there was Dad's Ultimate Crossover Buffet. When our family would celebrate special occasions and decides to have a buffet dinner, there's no other place but Dads/Saisaki/Kamayan. 

If you think that Dad's three-global cuisine buffet is already the best they could offer to the Filipinos, wait until you try their newest concept that brings together multiple cuisines from Asia, Europe, North and South America- Dad's World Buffet.


It's been a while since my last visit at their Megamall branch and I was more than excited to finally go back for an ultimate culinary feast around the world.


The buffet selections were crazy! There's no way you can try everything on the spread. But here are some highlights of the buffet. 

Carving Station
Satisfy your carnivorous cravings at the Carving Station. 

U.S. Roast Turkey
Choice of Brown giblet or White giblet with Cranberry Jelly and Mashed Potatoes

Dads Ham
All-time favorite with their signature Dad's Ham Sauce

New Zealand Roast Leg of Lamb
Choice of Mint Jelly or Au’ Jus with Brocolli, Cauliflower, Marbled Potatoes and Baguio Beans

U.S. Roast Beef
Choice of Mushroom gravy or Pepper sauce with Baked Potato and Buttered Vegetables

China
Chinese food staples such as Sweet & Sour Pork, Steamed Fish Fillet, Beef Broccoli, Sir Fry Vegetables and Yang Chow Fried Rice, but my favorite part is the Dimsum Station.


Thailand
Chicken Pandan, Green Curry, Catfish Salad, Fish Cake.. my Thai favorites! I wish there was Pad Thai during our visit.




Singapore/Indonesia/India/Malaysia


Korea


Mexico
Make your own Fajitas or go for the classic nachos and quesadilla.


Spain


What's Spain without the tapas and paella..

Italy
and Italy without pasta. Here, you can have it your way freshly prepared by the chefs. 


Japan
Indulge in Saisaki favorites like sushi, sashimi, katsu, furai, teppanyaki, yakimono, tempura and many more!



There's also a Sukiyaki and Udon/Ramen station for a quick noodle fix.



Brazil


Enjoy Churrasco in Brazil with a special Chimichuri sauce. 

USA


Buffalo Wings, Barbecue Ribs, Oyster Rockefeller, Salisbury Steak, Fish & Chips, and Cajun Fried Chicken represent the US of A.

Philippines
Last but not the least, our very own Pinoy dishes! Choose from Filipino classsics such as Kare-Kare, Dinuguan, Adobo, Laing, Bopis, Kaldereta etc..


And indulge in our famous lechon, crispy pata, lechon kawali, and lechon de leche.


Also enjoy Kamayan favorites like Crispy Kangkong, Crispy Fried Alimasag, Tokwa't Baboy, Fried Lumpia and a lot of inihaw items. And there's the famous Balut as well!


Aside from these dishes mentioned above, there's also Souvlaki from Greece, Salsa Verde from Italy, Indonesian Sate Skewers, and Moroccan Lamb Stew.
 
I was totally overwhelmed with the buffet offerings! There were also a lot of desserts like kakanin (rice cakes), cakes, ice cream, crepe, and chocolate fondue.


Dad's World Buffets Rates:

Can't believe how affordable the buffet rates are! Don't you think this is a great place to celebrate Christmas with the family? Another good news to birthday celebrants! Did you know that birthday celebrants get to dine for free (with one paying adult) within 3 days before and after your birthday? It's definitely a promo worth availing!

Dad's/ Saisaki/ Kamayan
Level 4 Bridgeway, SM Megamall EDSA, Mandaluyong City
Tel Num: 636-3785, 633-1758

10 comments:

  1. Ericjaz FoodiesDecember 18, 2013

    I agree that DAD's is very sulit and that it somehow the pioneer when it comes to buffets! Great review! Would like to eat here soon!!

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  2. I see they've improved na since my visit last year... http://www.tsinoyfoodies.com/2012/07/dads-ultimate-buffet-dads-kamayan-and.html and, bumaba konti yung price =)
    I'd want to try them again soon but I wanna try sambo kojin first

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  3. Hi @Ericjaz Foodies yes super sulit!!! i was quite surprised with their buffet offerings.. super dami talaga :) Thanks for dropping by :)

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  4. @stacy wow bumaba pa pla price nila but dumami pa food! nice! kaka sambokojin lang namin nung weekend.. mas konti choices but ok din kasi ung concept of grilling your food hehe :)

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  5. Oh my...a must try. I tried it na pero years ago pa. Tnx for the update.

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  6. How about the taste? Is it delish or just average buffet food taste? ;)

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  7. I skipped some parts of the buffet like Filipino and dimsum area but the rest I've tried was actually pretty good. :)

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  8. Tinky guañezApril 01, 2014

    love this article, the last time i ate at Dads there are just too many foods to try. now with this article the next time I eat at Dads I know what to try

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  9. Lovely Joy V. MercedApril 05, 2014

    My keep keeps talking about how much she love's Dads buffet, i hope to try this soon, i think there's a branch in Glorietta or i may be wrong.

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