My friend and I have recently visited a fine-dining restaurant in BGC, Taguig called Six Doors Buffet restaurant. This is where we spend our Valentine’s day. Little did we know we could have the best dinner date here ever!
If you are the type of person who loves trying different kinds of cuisines, this restaurant is the perfect place for you. Six Doors Buffet restaurant is one of the best restaurants that you can visit around Metro Manila. It offers different kinds of cuisines from all over the world! From Brazilian cuisine to European, Asian, and many more! Apart from the foods, there are so many things to love about the Six Doors Buffet restaurant!
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About Six Doors Buffet
Six Doors Buffet Restaurant opened in October 2018. It is the first table mapping projection and 3D dining experience that was established here in the Philippines.
Six Doors Buffet lets you experience premier butler-style service. Its concept is based on Singapore designed by a diverse group of seasoned restaurateurs.
What to eat at Six Doors Buffet
As I mentioned above, there are so many options to choose from in different areas. There is an area for Japanese cuisine, Chinese, Filipino, European, Korean, European, etc. They offer world-class cuisines around the world. More to that, there is a selection of desserts, juices, salads, and different kinds of condiments.
Six Doors Buffet offers unlimited food like meat, seafood, and dessert! What’s more? They also have unlimited wine! Yes. You can have wine as much as you can!
What to expect inside Six Doors Buffet
The restaurant is so spacious inside. There are enough dining tables and chairs. Six Doors Buffet also provides live bands at night that performs romantic old songs as you dine in. In addition, you may also see a kid’s play area for your kids.
The entire restaurant is clean and everything that they serve is fresh. You can see some chefs how they prepare the food in front of you. In fact, you can ask them to cook something (like ramen or seafood) for you.
The staff is accommodating. They can assist you anytime. The place is
perfect for corporate meetings, family gatherings, birthday parties, etc. Also, they provide VIP themed-rooms with butler style service and an interactive 3D setup! It’s definitely perfect for your Instagram feed!
My Experience dining at Six Doors Buffet
I was so surprised how they set up each table with a very nice presentation. There is so much food that I didn’t know what to pick first! Actually, I am a huge fan of Japanese and Korean cuisines; so I personally enjoyed all the Japanese foods that I had tried.
Also, I noticed that the meat they serve tastes different from other restaurants. I couldn’t forget its palatable taste. I would definitely want to eat it again. In addition, I am impressed by how every food suites to my palate! Everything tastes so delicious!
Moreover, the lechon is definitely a must-try. Its taste is not too salty and it is easy to chew. Oh! I don’t really eat takoyaki and dumplings that much but I ate a lot of them in Six Doors Buffet!
There are so many new foods to try in this restaurant. Not only that but you can also discover different cuisines from all over the world. It’s time to step up your buffet experience. Indulge yourself in world-class cuisines!
Weekday Lunch Buffet: Php699 (Php299 for kids 3 to 4 feet tall)
Weekday Dinner, Weekend Lunch and Dinner, Holiday Lunch and Dinner: Php999 (Php599 for kids 3 to 4 feet tall)
Kids below 3 feet: FREE
VIP Room (4-6 persons): Starts from PHP 999 to PHP 4,500/person
Senior Citizen Discount (75 years old and above): 50% off
Lunch Buffet: 11:30 AM – 02:30 PM
Dinner Buffet: 05:30 PM – 10:00
Facebook: Six Doors Buffet
Contact Number: 02 9559905; +63 9672819403
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