Foodie Review: San Juan Finds – 7 Flavors Buffet by Chef Boy Logro

Hello dearies!

They say we Filipinos love to eat. I find this saying true because we are immensely passionate when it comes to food. We love to sample different dishes and cuisines coming from varying countries. Aside from that, most celebrated occasions will never be complete without bonding over food.

Today I will be reviewing a restaurant that offers sumptuous buffet dishes at an affordable price. 7 Flavors Buffet Restaurant started its operations last May 13, 2015. It is co-owned by the famous celebrity chef, Chef Boy Logro. Inside you will find an A la Carte cafe and bakery (first floor) and World Fusion Buffet at the second floor.

The buffet area has a nice, cozy vibe. It can house up to 150 guests. The buffet food area is very simple when it comes to its presentation because they wanted their patrons to focus more on the food. VIP rooms are offered to families and larger number of people who want to celebrate privately without the extra charges. One of the distinct feature of the restaurant is their big parking space which can accommodate 30 cars. Valet parking service is also available for free.

The name of the restaurant is based on the 7 basic tastes of food which are: sweet, sour, salty, bitter, spicy, umami and astringent. Me and my fellow bloggers were curious on how the astringent flavor tastes like. According to Mr.Albert Borja II (Chief Operating Officer of 7 Flavors), it is somewhat stronger and mentholated like a mouthwash.

When it comes to the dishes, 7 Flavors serve both Filipino and international fusion cuisines. They serve 12 to 13 varieties of dishes everyday. To prevent the “sawa” and “umay” factor they make sure to change their menus every day.

Here are some of the dishes I tried:

Yummy appetizers and palate cleansers. My favorite would be the soft-shelled tacos in which you can customize it depending on your preference. I also like their nachos. Different salad recipes are also served for those healthy eaters.

They do serve a variety of desserts ranging from Filipino kakanin to cupcakes. If you crave for something refreshing like Halo-Halo they do have one.

Their flavourful thin crust pizzas are the bomb.

I can’t get enough of their California Maki.

Roast Beef Station.

Creamy penne pasta for the pasta lovers.

The best bagoong rice I’ve tasted! You can actually eat this on its own. It compliments with almost all of the dishes served.

Vegetable dish Chopsuey.

Creamy Korean Salmon Head.

Mixed Breaded Seafood with Garlic Mayo Sauce. Crispy breaded seafood goes well with slightly salty and tangy mayo.

Salisbury Steak in Mushroom Gravy Sauce.

Hawaiian Beef Stew.

Creamy Chicken Parmigiana.

Pork Tonkatsu.

Pork barbeque.

They also let us taste their drinks. I ordered their Matcha Latte because you know me, I am a Matcha lover. 😁

Over all I will give 7 Flavors a 3.5/5 rating. If you are looking for a buffet restaurant that offers good and affordable food with a relaxing, home-like atmosphere and a service that is not compromised then you should try 7 Flavors!

Me and fellow bloggers. Thank you 7 Flavors for inviting me!

7 Flavors

Address: #196 A. Mabini Street, Addition Hills, Greenhills, San Juan, Manila, Philippines

Schedule: Ala Carte 7 AM to 11 PM / World Fusion Buffet – Lunch 11 AM to 2:30 PM, Dinner 5:30 PM to 10 PM

Rates: Monday to Thursday Lunch 399.99, Dinner 499.99 / Friday to Sunday and Holidays Lunch/Dinner 599.99

Contact Nos: 721-0653 / 543-0325 / 09176700291

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