We love their buffet, the fish dish is always very good, so are the other Filipino dishes like dinuguan, kaldereta, seafood kare-kare, fried fish. Loved their star shaped bread with monggo filling, the fruit station, their other Filipino desserts. They also have a cultural show during lunch with a group of dancers showing off the different dances of the Filipino like tinikling (with bamboo sticks), Mindanao dance of the Princess, the courting dance, dance of the palayok (several pots on top of the head of the dancers), dancing on top of small wooden seats which sometimes elicit oohs and aahs from the audience because of the fear that the dancers might fall. We also took our dinner here, we dined outside, it was so cold and windy but soo wonderful.
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