They were sooo goood to look at that I didn't want to eat at first. Sumptuous buffet meals were specially created by Richmonde Hotel's resident chef Bienvenido B. Chavez. Luscious array of chocolate bars and cakes abound. Chocolate is mostly everyone's favorite comfort food, especially the kids and kids-at-heart. We were fortunate to indulge in the richest dessert concoctions with the wide selection of sweets and delicacies expertly created by Chef Bien. It was a haven for those with sweet tooth, a dizzying display of pralines, cream puffs with caramel glazed, cookies, cakes, fudge, chocolate gateaux--its got almost everything you'll ever wanted from the house of Hansel and Gretel.
|Chocolate bars in circle with cherry on top!|
|Sweet treats are made of these.|
|Chicken and salmon galore in herbed sauce.|
|Fish fillet in dijon sauced.|
|Curly in a row: Fettucinne Alfredo in its finest!|
|My fave of all: Baked Crostinni in Gruyere cheese|
Mediterranean dishes were also served with chickpeas, hummus, pita breads, rotis among others, giving vegetarians another reason to be happy. The foods were not only well presented but also deliciously good. I'd definitely recommend this to my friends and family. Eating here at Richmonde Hotel is truly a great experience for us. With a friendly and helpful staff too, I see myself coming back again next time.
|Mediterranean foods in a row.|
|Ham, cheese and potato salad. Hmm, tempting!|
|Hummus with lemons and herbs in a cup.|
Disclaimer: I am not paid for this blog post. I had a lot of fun dining at this hotel that I thought sharing them on my food blog won't hurt. You guys should try it eating there yourself to see what I mean.