May 21, 2016

Best Buffet Restaurants ala eh Batangas

Enjoy kapeng barako after an awesome Batangas buffet feast
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When it comes to food, Batangas is best known for kapeng barako, lomi, tawilis, and bulalo. Nonetheless, owing to the province’s being a very popular tourist destination in Luzon, the Batangueños’s food scene has become cosmopolitan. They still serve food that most Batangueños grew up with, but this time their kitchens have welcomed international tastes. Proofs are the buffet restaurants offering various cuisines that have sprouted in Batangas. Thus, anytime in Batangas, one can go buffet-crazy at sane prices.

Are you ready to go buffet-hopping in Batangas? Review first our list of must-visit buffet restaurants in the City of Kapeng Barako and Balisong and find out if the cuisines and prices are for you.


Millie's Restaurant


Microtel Hotel, Sta. Anastacia, Sto. Tomas, Batangas


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Photo courtesy of Millie’s Restaurant


Millie’s has modern but sensible ambience. Its buffet breakfast and lunch are always presented in style and cooked with sophistication. Other than Filipino cuisine, the food repertoire is a feast of international cuisine—Asian Mediterranean, European, and American.


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Photos courtesy of Millie’s Restaurant


Its four-main course lunch always comes with meat carving specialties—US beef brisket on Mondays; lechon kawali on Tuesdays; roast pork belly on Wednesdays; roast pork loin on Thursdays; and porchetta casalinga on Fridays. Its humus and baba ganoush are must-trys. Breakfast at Millie’s is a three-main course cooked to perfection. Longganisa, ham, corned beef, and scrambled eggs are among the mainstays.

Price Range: Php420 (net) for lunch with one order of iced tea, Php314 (net) for breakfast with refillable coffee or juice. Available Monday to Friday except on holidays (6 AM – 10 AM for breakfast and 11:30 AM to 2 PM for lunch)

Cuisine: Mixed international for lunch, Filipino and continental for breakfast*


Rosalinda's Kitchen


NDN Hotel, Pres. Jose P. Laurel Highway, Sto. Tomas, Batangas


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Photo courtesy of NDN Hotel, Rosalinda’s Kitchen


Named after the owner’s mother, Rosalinda’s Kitchen serves no-frills but satisfying breakfast with three main courses that come with soup, bread, cereals, and desserts. Food choices could be (but not limited to) egg, ham, corned beef, adobo, and sarsiadong tilapia.


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Photo Courtesy of NDN Hotel, Rosalinda’s Kitchen


NDN Hotel’s in-house restaurant offers substitute food or even the same food (say, egg) cooked upon the customer’s request in case the customers come in late and it’s still breakfast time (after 10:00 AM, but before 12 noon). Rosalinda’s lunch is seasonal. But given its affordable price, the food is of best quality, especially its lechon kawali and pork spare ribs.

Price Range: Php199 (net) for breakfast with refillable coffee or juice. Available every day (6 AM – 10 AM). Php249 (net) for lunch with refillable drink (11:30 AM to 2:00 PM but seasonal).

Cuisine: Filipino and continental for breakfast, Filipino, and Asian for lunch


Buffet Avenue Bar and Restaurant


The Citywalk, Pres. Jose P. Laurel Highway, Tanauan City, Batangas


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Photo courtesy of Buffet Avenue


Buffet Avenue’s ambience is about fun and being easy. Just over a year old, Buffet Avenue offers lunch and dinner that serve a five-to-six main course for open buffet with desserts, appetizer, and soup.


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It also offers a 10-course buffet ala carte (with desserts, appetizer, and soup) for reserved occasions (with minimum of 80 guests). Buffet ala carte menu can be bespoke (customized) based on the diners’ preference. Dinner at Buffet Ave is made extra special as it features bands with different genre every night. Must-trys in their menu are veggie tempura, crispy tofu, and pork teriyaki. Local specialties like crispy tawilis and sinaing na tulingan are also tops.

Price Range: Php199 (net) excluding drink. Lunch and dinner are available every day (10 AM to 8 PM)

Cuisine: Filipino


Cabalen


SM City, Lipa City, Batangas


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Photo Courtesy of SM City Lipa


Tried and tested but not yet passé, Cabalen needs no further introduction. This restaurant of almost three decades still holds a soft place in the hearts of many Filipinos, especially to the balikbayan. It still serves good old specialties that most Filipinos have come to love like kare-kare, crispy crablets, bulalo, morcon, ginataang kuhol, sisig, kaldereta, beringhe, grilled hito with burong hipon, sinigang na bangus in santol, and tibok-tibok.


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Photo Courtesy of SM City Lipa


The list could go on as customers have more than 50 dishes to choose from. Yes, the tradition of good food lives on and to the delight of the Batangueños, Cabalen decided to open a branch in SM City Lipa last May 2015. Unlike other branches, Cabalen SM City Lipa serves Filipino cuisine only.

Price Range: Php298 (net) for lunch and dinner excluding drink, every day (11 AM to 9 PM)

Cuisine: Filipino


Casa del Barrio


Tambo, Lipa City, Batangas


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Photo Courtesy of Casa del Barrio


Buffet dining doesn’t have to come with a hefty price tag as Casa del Barrio, like Buffet Avenue, has made eat-all-you-can experience within everyone’s reach. As the name suggests, the place has a native feel and offers simple but tasty food prepared in a no-nonsense style.


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Photo Courtesy of Casa del Barrio


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Photos courtesy of Casa del Barrio


Casa del Barrio just turned one year old last November 2015. It serves six different courses during lunch and dinner every day of the week with kare-kare, spicy squid calamares, and buttered tahong as staples. It’s definitely a value-for-money buffet dining experience. Buffet dinner is served until 9 PM, but it is best to dine early because come 8 PM, the dishes are no longer refilled once they are consumed.

Price Range: Php199 (net) including drink for lunch (10 AM to 3 PM.) and dinner every day (6 PM to 9 PM)

Cuisine: Filipino


Note: Prices may change without prior notice

Irene Sanchez

Irene is from Batangas and savoring life in her city. She loves writing stuff about life, discovering new and old things and places of interest, and doing research in her spare time.

Irene Sanchez

Irene is from Batangas and savoring life in her city. She loves writing stuff about life, discovering new and old things and places of interest, and doing research in her spare time.

Disclaimer: All articles in the Consumers Magazine of ShoppersGuide.com.ph (SG) are for general information and entertainment purposes only. Although careful research has been made in writing them, SG does not make any warranty about the completeness and accuracy of all information presented in our articles. Our content is not intended to be used in place of legal, medical, or any professional advice.

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May 21, 2016

Best Buffet Restaurants ala eh Batangas

Enjoy kapeng barako after an awesome Batangas buffet feast

When it comes to food, Batangas is best known for kapeng barako, lomi, tawilis, and bulalo. Nonetheless, owing to the province’s being a very popular tourist destination in Luzon, the Batangueños’s food scene has become cosmopolitan. They still serve food that most Batangueños grew up with, but this time their kitchens have welcomed international tastes. Proofs are the buffet restaurants offering various cuisines that have sprouted in Batangas. Thus, anytime in Batangas, one can go buffet-crazy at sane prices.

Are you ready to go buffet-hopping in Batangas? Review first our list of must-visit buffet restaurants in the City of Kapeng Barako and Balisong and find out if the cuisines and prices are for you.


Millie's Restaurant


Microtel Hotel, Sta. Anastacia, Sto. Tomas, Batangas


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Photo courtesy of Millie’s Restaurant


Millie’s has modern but sensible ambience. Its buffet breakfast and lunch are always presented in style and cooked with sophistication. Other than Filipino cuisine, the food repertoire is a feast of international cuisine—Asian Mediterranean, European, and American.


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Photos courtesy of Millie’s Restaurant


Its four-main course lunch always comes with meat carving specialties—US beef brisket on Mondays; lechon kawali on Tuesdays; roast pork belly on Wednesdays; roast pork loin on Thursdays; and porchetta casalinga on Fridays. Its humus and baba ganoush are must-trys. Breakfast at Millie’s is a three-main course cooked to perfection. Longganisa, ham, corned beef, and scrambled eggs are among the mainstays.

Price Range: Php420 (net) for lunch with one order of iced tea, Php314 (net) for breakfast with refillable coffee or juice. Available Monday to Friday except on holidays (6 AM – 10 AM for breakfast and 11:30 AM to 2 PM for lunch)

Cuisine: Mixed international for lunch, Filipino and continental for breakfast*


Rosalinda's Kitchen


NDN Hotel, Pres. Jose P. Laurel Highway, Sto. Tomas, Batangas


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Photo courtesy of NDN Hotel, Rosalinda’s Kitchen


Named after the owner’s mother, Rosalinda’s Kitchen serves no-frills but satisfying breakfast with three main courses that come with soup, bread, cereals, and desserts. Food choices could be (but not limited to) egg, ham, corned beef, adobo, and sarsiadong tilapia.


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Photo Courtesy of NDN Hotel, Rosalinda’s Kitchen


NDN Hotel’s in-house restaurant offers substitute food or even the same food (say, egg) cooked upon the customer’s request in case the customers come in late and it’s still breakfast time (after 10:00 AM, but before 12 noon). Rosalinda’s lunch is seasonal. But given its affordable price, the food is of best quality, especially its lechon kawali and pork spare ribs.

Price Range: Php199 (net) for breakfast with refillable coffee or juice. Available every day (6 AM – 10 AM). Php249 (net) for lunch with refillable drink (11:30 AM to 2:00 PM but seasonal).

Cuisine: Filipino and continental for breakfast, Filipino, and Asian for lunch


Buffet Avenue Bar and Restaurant


The Citywalk, Pres. Jose P. Laurel Highway, Tanauan City, Batangas


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Photo courtesy of Buffet Avenue


Buffet Avenue’s ambience is about fun and being easy. Just over a year old, Buffet Avenue offers lunch and dinner that serve a five-to-six main course for open buffet with desserts, appetizer, and soup.


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Photos courtesy of Buffet Avenue


It also offers a 10-course buffet ala carte (with desserts, appetizer, and soup) for reserved occasions (with minimum of 80 guests). Buffet ala carte menu can be bespoke (customized) based on the diners’ preference. Dinner at Buffet Ave is made extra special as it features bands with different genre every night. Must-trys in their menu are veggie tempura, crispy tofu, and pork teriyaki. Local specialties like crispy tawilis and sinaing na tulingan are also tops.

Price Range: Php199 (net) excluding drink. Lunch and dinner are available every day (10 AM to 8 PM)

Cuisine: Filipino


Cabalen


SM City, Lipa City, Batangas


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Photo Courtesy of SM City Lipa


Tried and tested but not yet passé, Cabalen needs no further introduction. This restaurant of almost three decades still holds a soft place in the hearts of many Filipinos, especially to the balikbayan. It still serves good old specialties that most Filipinos have come to love like kare-kare, crispy crablets, bulalo, morcon, ginataang kuhol, sisig, kaldereta, beringhe, grilled hito with burong hipon, sinigang na bangus in santol, and tibok-tibok.


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Photo Courtesy of SM City Lipa


The list could go on as customers have more than 50 dishes to choose from. Yes, the tradition of good food lives on and to the delight of the Batangueños, Cabalen decided to open a branch in SM City Lipa last May 2015. Unlike other branches, Cabalen SM City Lipa serves Filipino cuisine only.

Price Range: Php298 (net) for lunch and dinner excluding drink, every day (11 AM to 9 PM)

Cuisine: Filipino


Casa del Barrio


Tambo, Lipa City, Batangas


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Photo Courtesy of Casa del Barrio


Buffet dining doesn’t have to come with a hefty price tag as Casa del Barrio, like Buffet Avenue, has made eat-all-you-can experience within everyone’s reach. As the name suggests, the place has a native feel and offers simple but tasty food prepared in a no-nonsense style.


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Photo Courtesy of Casa del Barrio


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Photos courtesy of Casa del Barrio


Casa del Barrio just turned one year old last November 2015. It serves six different courses during lunch and dinner every day of the week with kare-kare, spicy squid calamares, and buttered tahong as staples. It’s definitely a value-for-money buffet dining experience. Buffet dinner is served until 9 PM, but it is best to dine early because come 8 PM, the dishes are no longer refilled once they are consumed.

Price Range: Php199 (net) including drink for lunch (10 AM to 3 PM.) and dinner every day (6 PM to 9 PM)

Cuisine: Filipino


Note: Prices may change without prior notice

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Irene is from Batangas and savoring life in her city. She loves writing stuff about life, discovering new and old things and places of interest, and doing research in her spare time.

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Irene is from Batangas and savoring life in her city. She loves writing stuff about life, discovering new and old things and places of interest, and doing research in her spare time.

Disclaimer: All articles in the Consumers Magazine of ShoppersGuide.com.ph (SG) are for general information and entertainment purposes only. Although careful research has been made in writing them, SG does not make any warranty about the completeness and accuracy of all information presented in our articles. Our content is not intended to be used in place of legal, medical, or any professional advice.

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May 21, 2016

Best Buffet Restaurants ala eh Batangas

Enjoy kapeng barako after an awesome Batangas buffet feast
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When it comes to food, Batangas is best known for kapeng barako, lomi, tawilis, and bulalo. Nonetheless, owing to the province’s being a very popular tourist destination in Luzon, the Batangueños’s food scene has become cosmopolitan. They still serve food that most Batangueños grew up with, but this time their kitchens have welcomed international tastes. Proofs are the buffet restaurants offering various cuisines that have sprouted in Batangas. Thus, anytime in Batangas, one can go buffet-crazy at sane prices.

Are you ready to go buffet-hopping in Batangas? Review first our list of must-visit buffet restaurants in the City of Kapeng Barako and Balisong and find out if the cuisines and prices are for you.


Millie's Restaurant


Microtel Hotel, Sta. Anastacia, Sto. Tomas, Batangas


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Photo courtesy of Millie’s Restaurant


Millie’s has modern but sensible ambience. Its buffet breakfast and lunch are always presented in style and cooked with sophistication. Other than Filipino cuisine, the food repertoire is a feast of international cuisine—Asian Mediterranean, European, and American.


https://d1k571r5p7i4n1.cloudfront.net/016c15829301d014902448c71517f824/large/Best_buffet_restaurants_in_Batangas_millies_restaurant1_1.jpg

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Photos courtesy of Millie’s Restaurant


Its four-main course lunch always comes with meat carving specialties—US beef brisket on Mondays; lechon kawali on Tuesdays; roast pork belly on Wednesdays; roast pork loin on Thursdays; and porchetta casalinga on Fridays. Its humus and baba ganoush are must-trys. Breakfast at Millie’s is a three-main course cooked to perfection. Longganisa, ham, corned beef, and scrambled eggs are among the mainstays.

Price Range: Php420 (net) for lunch with one order of iced tea, Php314 (net) for breakfast with refillable coffee or juice. Available Monday to Friday except on holidays (6 AM – 10 AM for breakfast and 11:30 AM to 2 PM for lunch)

Cuisine: Mixed international for lunch, Filipino and continental for breakfast*


Rosalinda's Kitchen


NDN Hotel, Pres. Jose P. Laurel Highway, Sto. Tomas, Batangas


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Photo courtesy of NDN Hotel, Rosalinda’s Kitchen


Named after the owner’s mother, Rosalinda’s Kitchen serves no-frills but satisfying breakfast with three main courses that come with soup, bread, cereals, and desserts. Food choices could be (but not limited to) egg, ham, corned beef, adobo, and sarsiadong tilapia.


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Photo Courtesy of NDN Hotel, Rosalinda’s Kitchen


NDN Hotel’s in-house restaurant offers substitute food or even the same food (say, egg) cooked upon the customer’s request in case the customers come in late and it’s still breakfast time (after 10:00 AM, but before 12 noon). Rosalinda’s lunch is seasonal. But given its affordable price, the food is of best quality, especially its lechon kawali and pork spare ribs.

Price Range: Php199 (net) for breakfast with refillable coffee or juice. Available every day (6 AM – 10 AM). Php249 (net) for lunch with refillable drink (11:30 AM to 2:00 PM but seasonal).

Cuisine: Filipino and continental for breakfast, Filipino, and Asian for lunch


Buffet Avenue Bar and Restaurant


The Citywalk, Pres. Jose P. Laurel Highway, Tanauan City, Batangas


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Photo courtesy of Buffet Avenue


Buffet Avenue’s ambience is about fun and being easy. Just over a year old, Buffet Avenue offers lunch and dinner that serve a five-to-six main course for open buffet with desserts, appetizer, and soup.


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Photos courtesy of Buffet Avenue


It also offers a 10-course buffet ala carte (with desserts, appetizer, and soup) for reserved occasions (with minimum of 80 guests). Buffet ala carte menu can be bespoke (customized) based on the diners’ preference. Dinner at Buffet Ave is made extra special as it features bands with different genre every night. Must-trys in their menu are veggie tempura, crispy tofu, and pork teriyaki. Local specialties like crispy tawilis and sinaing na tulingan are also tops.

Price Range: Php199 (net) excluding drink. Lunch and dinner are available every day (10 AM to 8 PM)

Cuisine: Filipino


Cabalen


SM City, Lipa City, Batangas


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Photo Courtesy of SM City Lipa


Tried and tested but not yet passé, Cabalen needs no further introduction. This restaurant of almost three decades still holds a soft place in the hearts of many Filipinos, especially to the balikbayan. It still serves good old specialties that most Filipinos have come to love like kare-kare, crispy crablets, bulalo, morcon, ginataang kuhol, sisig, kaldereta, beringhe, grilled hito with burong hipon, sinigang na bangus in santol, and tibok-tibok.


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Photo Courtesy of SM City Lipa


The list could go on as customers have more than 50 dishes to choose from. Yes, the tradition of good food lives on and to the delight of the Batangueños, Cabalen decided to open a branch in SM City Lipa last May 2015. Unlike other branches, Cabalen SM City Lipa serves Filipino cuisine only.

Price Range: Php298 (net) for lunch and dinner excluding drink, every day (11 AM to 9 PM)

Cuisine: Filipino


Casa del Barrio


Tambo, Lipa City, Batangas


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Photo Courtesy of Casa del Barrio


Buffet dining doesn’t have to come with a hefty price tag as Casa del Barrio, like Buffet Avenue, has made eat-all-you-can experience within everyone’s reach. As the name suggests, the place has a native feel and offers simple but tasty food prepared in a no-nonsense style.


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Photo Courtesy of Casa del Barrio


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Photos courtesy of Casa del Barrio


Casa del Barrio just turned one year old last November 2015. It serves six different courses during lunch and dinner every day of the week with kare-kare, spicy squid calamares, and buttered tahong as staples. It’s definitely a value-for-money buffet dining experience. Buffet dinner is served until 9 PM, but it is best to dine early because come 8 PM, the dishes are no longer refilled once they are consumed.

Price Range: Php199 (net) including drink for lunch (10 AM to 3 PM.) and dinner every day (6 PM to 9 PM)

Cuisine: Filipino


Note: Prices may change without prior notice

Irene Sanchez

Irene is from Batangas and savoring life in her city. She loves writing stuff about life, discovering new and old things and places of interest, and doing research in her spare time.

Irene Sanchez

Irene is from Batangas and savoring life in her city. She loves writing stuff about life, discovering new and old things and places of interest, and doing research in her spare time.

Disclaimer: All articles in the Consumers Magazine of ShoppersGuide.com.ph (SG) are for general information and entertainment purposes only. Although careful research has been made in writing them, SG does not make any warranty about the completeness and accuracy of all information presented in our articles. Our content is not intended to be used in place of legal, medical, or any professional advice.

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May 21, 2016

Best Buffet Restaurants ala eh Batangas

Enjoy kapeng barako after an awesome Batangas buffet feast

When it comes to food, Batangas is best known for kapeng barako, lomi, tawilis, and bulalo. Nonetheless, owing to the province’s being a very popular tourist destination in Luzon, the Batangueños’s food scene has become cosmopolitan. They still serve food that most Batangueños grew up with, but this time their kitchens have welcomed international tastes. Proofs are the buffet restaurants offering various cuisines that have sprouted in Batangas. Thus, anytime in Batangas, one can go buffet-crazy at sane prices.

Are you ready to go buffet-hopping in Batangas? Review first our list of must-visit buffet restaurants in the City of Kapeng Barako and Balisong and find out if the cuisines and prices are for you.


Millie's Restaurant


Microtel Hotel, Sta. Anastacia, Sto. Tomas, Batangas


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Photo courtesy of Millie’s Restaurant


Millie’s has modern but sensible ambience. Its buffet breakfast and lunch are always presented in style and cooked with sophistication. Other than Filipino cuisine, the food repertoire is a feast of international cuisine—Asian Mediterranean, European, and American.


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Its four-main course lunch always comes with meat carving specialties—US beef brisket on Mondays; lechon kawali on Tuesdays; roast pork belly on Wednesdays; roast pork loin on Thursdays; and porchetta casalinga on Fridays. Its humus and baba ganoush are must-trys. Breakfast at Millie’s is a three-main course cooked to perfection. Longganisa, ham, corned beef, and scrambled eggs are among the mainstays.

Price Range: Php420 (net) for lunch with one order of iced tea, Php314 (net) for breakfast with refillable coffee or juice. Available Monday to Friday except on holidays (6 AM – 10 AM for breakfast and 11:30 AM to 2 PM for lunch)

Cuisine: Mixed international for lunch, Filipino and continental for breakfast*


Rosalinda's Kitchen


NDN Hotel, Pres. Jose P. Laurel Highway, Sto. Tomas, Batangas


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Photo courtesy of NDN Hotel, Rosalinda’s Kitchen


Named after the owner’s mother, Rosalinda’s Kitchen serves no-frills but satisfying breakfast with three main courses that come with soup, bread, cereals, and desserts. Food choices could be (but not limited to) egg, ham, corned beef, adobo, and sarsiadong tilapia.


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Photo Courtesy of NDN Hotel, Rosalinda’s Kitchen


NDN Hotel’s in-house restaurant offers substitute food or even the same food (say, egg) cooked upon the customer’s request in case the customers come in late and it’s still breakfast time (after 10:00 AM, but before 12 noon). Rosalinda’s lunch is seasonal. But given its affordable price, the food is of best quality, especially its lechon kawali and pork spare ribs.

Price Range: Php199 (net) for breakfast with refillable coffee or juice. Available every day (6 AM – 10 AM). Php249 (net) for lunch with refillable drink (11:30 AM to 2:00 PM but seasonal).

Cuisine: Filipino and continental for breakfast, Filipino, and Asian for lunch


Buffet Avenue Bar and Restaurant


The Citywalk, Pres. Jose P. Laurel Highway, Tanauan City, Batangas


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Photo courtesy of Buffet Avenue


Buffet Avenue’s ambience is about fun and being easy. Just over a year old, Buffet Avenue offers lunch and dinner that serve a five-to-six main course for open buffet with desserts, appetizer, and soup.


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It also offers a 10-course buffet ala carte (with desserts, appetizer, and soup) for reserved occasions (with minimum of 80 guests). Buffet ala carte menu can be bespoke (customized) based on the diners’ preference. Dinner at Buffet Ave is made extra special as it features bands with different genre every night. Must-trys in their menu are veggie tempura, crispy tofu, and pork teriyaki. Local specialties like crispy tawilis and sinaing na tulingan are also tops.

Price Range: Php199 (net) excluding drink. Lunch and dinner are available every day (10 AM to 8 PM)

Cuisine: Filipino


Cabalen


SM City, Lipa City, Batangas


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Photo Courtesy of SM City Lipa


Tried and tested but not yet passé, Cabalen needs no further introduction. This restaurant of almost three decades still holds a soft place in the hearts of many Filipinos, especially to the balikbayan. It still serves good old specialties that most Filipinos have come to love like kare-kare, crispy crablets, bulalo, morcon, ginataang kuhol, sisig, kaldereta, beringhe, grilled hito with burong hipon, sinigang na bangus in santol, and tibok-tibok.


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The list could go on as customers have more than 50 dishes to choose from. Yes, the tradition of good food lives on and to the delight of the Batangueños, Cabalen decided to open a branch in SM City Lipa last May 2015. Unlike other branches, Cabalen SM City Lipa serves Filipino cuisine only.

Price Range: Php298 (net) for lunch and dinner excluding drink, every day (11 AM to 9 PM)

Cuisine: Filipino


Casa del Barrio


Tambo, Lipa City, Batangas


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Buffet dining doesn’t have to come with a hefty price tag as Casa del Barrio, like Buffet Avenue, has made eat-all-you-can experience within everyone’s reach. As the name suggests, the place has a native feel and offers simple but tasty food prepared in a no-nonsense style.


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Casa del Barrio just turned one year old last November 2015. It serves six different courses during lunch and dinner every day of the week with kare-kare, spicy squid calamares, and buttered tahong as staples. It’s definitely a value-for-money buffet dining experience. Buffet dinner is served until 9 PM, but it is best to dine early because come 8 PM, the dishes are no longer refilled once they are consumed.

Price Range: Php199 (net) including drink for lunch (10 AM to 3 PM.) and dinner every day (6 PM to 9 PM)

Cuisine: Filipino


Note: Prices may change without prior notice

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Irene Sanchez

Irene is from Batangas and savoring life in her city. She loves writing stuff about life, discovering new and old things and places of interest, and doing research in her spare time.

Irene Sanchez

Irene is from Batangas and savoring life in her city. She loves writing stuff about life, discovering new and old things and places of interest, and doing research in her spare time.

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