Monday, December 2, 2013

DADS World Buffets--The Best of the World's Famous Culinary Specialties

Have you ever been on a food tour? How about a food trip with the world's best cuisines? Well, if you ask me, you don't need to travel far because you can tour around the world--yes, you can do that--and more! Just hop over to DADS World Buffets and experience the world's famous culinary specialties on your plate. The best thing about indulging in DADS World Buffets is that you'll be able to really get your money's worth given the vast selection of cuisines from all around the world. Aside from popular Pinoy fare, one gets to feast on a smorgasboard of popular gastronomic delights. DADS well-loved buffet becomes an even bigger and better dining destination. It now features Chinese, Thai, Vietnamese, Singaporean, Malaysian, Indonesian, Indian, Greek, Italian, Spanish, American, Mexican, Brazilian, Filipino and Japanese dishes that will surely satiate even those with the most discriminating palate. The only challenge is finding enough space on your tummy to enjoy each and every dish available. 

We recently put ourselves up to the challenge of eating our way around the world with DADS World Buffets international dishes. And we were awed by the plethora of specialty foods that diners can easily indulge into. It was truly a Mecca for foodies and enthusiasts. Imagine awakening your lethargic palates with all the array of choices. 

It's pretty expensive if you actually travel the world to eat all these amazing top food picks from the different parts of the globe. But now, you can simply eat at DADS World Buffets and have a taste of the world's notable dishes--they've got everything covered from East to West! It's like taking a trip around the world on a plate instead of a jet plane. If you ask me, it's one foodie adventure worth taking and a must-try for our Balikbayan friends out there. 

DADS had just spruced up their menu items on their buffets and they offer a wide selection of dishes that truly evoke the festive spirit of the holiday season. DADS has an indulgent ambiance that will put you in the mood for some much-deserved merry making after working all year round. Whether it's for a special lunch or dinner with family and friends or a treat for your friends, DADS World Buffets always make a perfect choice. 

Let's start with Asia's best such as Singapore's Hainanese Chicken, Malaysia's lamb and beef curry dishes, Indonesia's Pork, Chicken and Beef Sate, Thailand's Catfish Salad and Tod Lad Prik, India's Lamb Kebab, curries and vegetable samosa, K-Pop aficionados will also delight with Korea's Chapchae, Kalbi Chim and Bulgogi. Have your fill with a rich choice of authentic Chinese fares like everyone's favorite dimsum, noodles, special fried rice as well as Cantonese and Szechuan specialties. For health conscious, there's a salad bar that awaits you and of course, Saisaki's sushi, sashimi, Makimono, Temaki and best-tasting Tiger Prawn Shrimp Tempura.

Western specialties include Spain's famous paella, Lengua, Callos (DADS version has robust flavors and slightly gelatinous consistency that's best paired with a steaming rice), Iberian Chicken with a good selection of tapas, Italian breads, cheese and pasta dishes, Greece's Souvlaki in beef, pork chicken and seafood varieties, America's all-time favorite US roast beef and roast turkey, beef hickory barbecue, awesome buffalo wings, fish and chips, Cajun fried chicken, aphrodisiac favorite Oysters Rockefeller. There's also our well-loved Mexican dishes like Fajitas, Nachos,Tacos, Quesadillas or better yet try Brazil's Churrascaria or sumptuous Moroccan Lamb Stew. 

If you're a lover of the local fare, there's Kamayan's famous Lechon de Leche, Crispy Pata, Kare-Kare and Kamayan's Pritchon (lechon bits and slices wrapped on a pita bread), Sugba, Kinilaw, name it, they seem to have it all--there's actually other delightful regional specialties to choose from. 

On top of these, DADS World Buffets carving station offers succulent US Roast beef, Roast Turkey. DADS specialty ham, and New Zealand Leg of Ham. Drop by the Seafood Grill to grab an assortment of bounties from the sea such as salmon, tuna, Mahi-Mahi, squid and many others. 

Oh, and don't forget to cap your hearty meal with assorted sweet treats from the mouthwatering cakes available and to the delectable local fares such as good 'ol ice cream, halo-halo, puto bumbong, bibingka, biko, kutsinta, sapin-sapin and ginataang bilo-bilo. There's surely something to whet your appetite and catch your fancy. 

Explore the world's flavors with DADS World Buffets. It's an endless treat for your tastebuds. Here's the best part: consider yourself lucky to have access to a variety of food choices at DADS World Buffets because you can enjoy such a luxurious meal without putting a hole into your pocket. For an affordable price of Php588 from Monday to Friday Lunch, Php688 Monday to Friday Dinner and Php748 on weekends and holidays--you're surely be satisfied with heaps of Saisaki and Kamayan Buffets, as well as bottomless and interchangeable drinks, take you pick: fresh fruit shakes, juices, iced teas and sodas. Diners 70years old and above also get a special 50% discount. 

The restaurant has been converting ordinary foodies into connoisseurs and buffet lovers. From traditional to contemporary, local to global, and mild to extreme dishes, DADS World of Buffet has served it up one way or another. With interesting flavors, mouthwatering dishes at reasonable prices, you certainly won't be afraid to come over to try the rest of their buffets. 

Come to discover and savor the flavors of the world with DADS World Buffets and get ready for an epicurean voyage with a wide range of culinary delicacies you, your relatives, friends, colleagues and family will surely enjoy! 

DADS World Buffets is located at SM Megamall Bridgeway, Ortigas, Pasig City.
For reservations and inquiries, please call DADS World Buffets SM Megamall
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Disclaimer: I am not compensated for this post. Opinions and impressions are my own. 


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