Davao City is the best when it comes to satisfying one’s gastronomic cravings! I have actually christened it as the Most Affordable Buffets City Capital of the Philippines. Every first-timer in Davao I talk to raves about the eat-all-you-can restaurants that abound in Davao City!
But of course, even though there are plenty of eat-all-you can restaurants that do offer a wide array of food, you can’t be sure that these restaus actually care about the quality of the food they serve. But not Probinsya Buffet Restaurant.
Our plane touched Davao City at 7 a.m. Wednesday last week. After dropping by my kababata Bubbles’ home to borrow her baby daughter’s car seat (it was because of her daughter’s christening + birthday celebration that we flew to Davao), Dad drove us to Probinsya Restaurant for breakfast. Take note, naligaw pa siya sa paghahanap ha, pero hinanap niya talaga!
At the facade of the restaurant were streamers screaming that their breakfast buffet was just P168!
Just how far did our P168 go? To a looooooong buffet table!
I was the first among us to approach the buffet table (napaghahalatang mas matakaw ako kesa kay Randy), and I was overwhelmed with the wide array of traditional Filipino breakfast dishes that greeted my eyes!
Even with just a fraction of the above dishes, sulit na ang P168, right? But I’m not even halfway yet! There were different Pinoy vegetable salads (with matching bagoong, alamang, and suka dips pa ha!)
Ano, kaya pa? If you want more, there definitely are more!!! For an additional …
Looking back, I think we tripled our money’s worth! Sulit kung sulit! And did I mention that Raviv was not charged at all? ‘Yung takaw na ‘yun ni Raviv, libre meal niya! And let me just say that unlike the last eat-all-you-can in Davao we last ate at (whose food tasted blah), Probinsyana dishes were delicious! Hindi siguro gourmet-delicious, but definitely delicious!
And before I forget, Probinsyana’s adorable handwashing area also needs a moment here on my blog! Look at the mini-posos!
Yesterday, Randy and I went inside an eat-all-you-can restau in Alabang. It says P250+5% service charge per head. But upon seeing the food inside, we immediately left: sobrang konti. We definitely miss the smorgasbord restaurants of Davao City!
Tell me what you think!
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