Dining In- China Town's Best Food, Buffet Specialist
One of the firsts to offer an "Eat all you can"buffet.
More than 10 years ago, China Town looked more like a typical old chinese restaurant, with many big round tables that can accommodate large group of people. Now in a Modern ambiance, the popular China Town in Banawe, is more presentable and comfortable which made dining in a real pleasure.
Appetizers, Main Courses and Desserts were properly placed in 8 separate buffet tables. All looks so tempting that you need to plan first what you want to eat, types of food served were so plenty that even if you have a big appetite you cannot taste all of them. there is the so called Drinking station corner where you can choose varieties of softdrinks or Ice tea.
I love Chinese Food, but not much on their main course.. I always prefer their appetizers and soup, and of course their typical fried rice. Looking back in my younger years, it was my father who introduced the chinese dishes to me. I remember him ordered a cold cuts before ordering our meals and these cold cuts were combinations of seaweeds, century eggs, pork hamonado and white chicken. Dining in at China Town, I realized how I missed those old time favorite chinese appetizers.
I love seaweeds and century egg the most, I also tried the white chicken with ginger sauce. The Dimsum is great but i am sad because I did not have much space for them anymore, just to look at them made me feel so full. But in the latter part when fullness subsided (well after a cup of hot tea), I'm glad I was able to taste the Peking duck wrapped like lumpia and combined with cucumber.
Dessert CombinationsClick thumbnail to view full-size
If you still have space for desserts, there are so many varieties to choose from... Chocolate fountain and stuff to dip on it is a sure winner, those who want it cold, can make Ice cream with their choice of toppings or simply make their own mouth watering Halo-halo... I still got the common chinese dessert known as Almonds. I also tried their Pudding in a shot glass, the Strawberry flavor is the best... Egg tart is ok....
Japanese BarClick thumbnail to view full-size
There is one Japanese Buffet table where the famous tempura is attractively place in a boat like container.. it offers the usual maki and the Japanese Kani Salad.
Will I consider to come back?
The answer is yes, because you will have so much at a very reasonable price. Prices are always higher than usual during holidays and weekends. Please see table below as sourced from https://chinatownsbestfood.com/services/buffet/
Eat All You Can Buffet Prices
4.5ft and below (Child and Kid)
3.5ft and below(Child and Kid)