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Saturday Buffet At 100 Revolving Restaurant

After the successful run of the Saturday Lunch Buffet of 100 Revolving Restaurant early this year, the management has decided to continue offering the Saturday Lunch Buffet regularly and with a different theme every week. 


100 Revolving Restaurant doesn't just offer a sumptuous array of dishes but it also offers a 360 degree view of the city. Perched on the 33rd floor of MDC Bldg., along Eastwood, Libis, the restaurant is a nice place to bring the whole family and admire the 360 degree view as you dine.


Aside from the yummy International dishes every Saturday, 100 Revolving Restaurant is also famous of its suckling pig ...


... and roast beef. Yum!


Was fortunate enough to enjoy the buffet when the restaurant was having Thai specialties. I guess I was still pining for the Cambodian food that I've tried last summer and their dishes has a lot of similarities to Thai food.

The one on the photo below is called Mok (Thai) but is called A-mok in Cambodia. Its a dish made of steamed fish. Love the herbs and how good it tasted sans the "fishy" aftertaste.


Pad Thai, a very popular Thai dish that is also close to the Filipinos heart. Made with rice noodles, and laden with vegetables this is simply delicious especially if you squeeze some lime on top of it.


And then there's the equally famous Chicken Pandan.



There's a lot of yummy dishes from the buffet selection at 100 Revolving Restaurant but I don't why I really end up with only few photos. Even the dessert choices are quite good. Will let you in on a secret, the ambiance is very relaxing and the dishes tasted great so I did spend a lot of time eating versus taking pictures. Haha. Try dining there and you'll feel the same way- no kidding. :)

On July 26, they will be serving Korean dishes with a special rate of 50% off if you use your BDO card. Call 962-1016/962-5654 for more details and reservations. 



And not only that, 100 Revolving Restaurant turns a year old on Sunday, July 27. They're offering 50% off on all ala carte dishes for lunch and dinner.



Congratulations to Chef Jessie and the 100 Revolving Restaurant Team. :)

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