We went here in the evening for dinner, but they also have a breakfast buffet, and probably lunch too as they seem to be open 24/7.
The all-you-can-eat dinner buffet is a mix of Japanese and Filipino food, and although mainly seafood there are other dishes as well so you can have your lechon after your sushi and fresh oysters. The place is clean, quality of the food is good, fish is fresh and prices more than reasonable by tourist standards (500 pesos / head if I remember correctly, which was about $12 or 8 Euro at the time - not including drinks).
During our visit there was live music, with the artists walking around and doing requests. Depending on your preferences, this may be a plus or minus.
Reservations normally not needed unless you come with a real big group. Senior citizens get discount. Credit cards accepted.
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