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Breakfast At News Cafe, Ramada Manila Central

February 22, 2013

I've been hearing about great food reviews about the breakfast buffet of Ramada Manila in Ongpin from co-parents at my daughter's school but it is only today that I was able to try it. And considering that it's a rainy Friday morning, I pray that the food will be delish. Buffet breakfast costs P400 nett.





I had congee (nevermind! too plain and watery), bacon and frech toast. The bacon and french toast --- love love LOVE.



My second plate ... didn't like the sweet ham. The rest were okay lang.


Another round of bacon and french toast and siopao. The asado siopao was also good. Nom nom nom.


And my last plate ...


If I will compare News Cafe's breakfast buffet with that of Circle's or Heat, then Circle or Heat would definitely win. However, I love and highly recommend the bacon and french toast. The pork adobo was delish also but on the salty side- but that's just me because I have a low tolerance for salty food.

I'm definitely coming back. :)






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