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Dads World Buffet

Unsurpassed. Unequalled choices. Everyday.

Dads World Buffet showcases a gathering of the world’s most popular cuisines, each country showcasing its food products, unique menus and cooking styles. A world of limitless culinary pageantry. A festive array of daily premium delights. Completely laid out and available Monday to Friday.

We invite you to this gastronomic celebration — the all-new Dads World Buffet. Come and discover why #dadsknowsbest.

Contact Info

Dads World Buffet

Reservation Hotline for ALL Branches
(02) 744-5401
02) 725-8593 loc. 168
Monday to Friday:
9AM to 5PM only

207 EDSA, Greenhills,
Mandaluyong City
Monday – Friday
6PM to 10PM

2nd Level, Glorietta 3
Ayala Center, Makati City
Monday – Friday
6PM to 10PM

523 Merchant Bldg.
Padre Faura cor. Adriatico St.,
Ermita, Manila
Monday – Friday
6PM to 10PM

takes our palate practically around the world

Never did we dream of going around the world in one day (or even just a few hours). But in this tour, we let our tongues do the walking. After all, this is a food tour of the all-new Dads World Buffet, which takes our palate practically around the world in a thousand and one plates.

Ching M. Alano

Thai station is a winner

Velvety and voluptuous, the Indian chicken curry delivers the most intricately blended and pungent spices of all. The Thai station is a winner: crispy catfish fish (yampla duk phoo) with sweet sour dressing. The tom yam goong is a robust, clear sour soup with shrimps infused the delicate flavors of galangal, kaffir lime and lemongrass.

Marge C. Enriquez

If you want to pig out on a budget, this is definitely the place for you!

It really is still perfect for large family get togethers, welcoming balikbayans, and office celebrations (like ours!)—but all still within an affordable budget. They have quite a generous spread... True to the name, this buffet really features dishes from all over the world: Mexico, China, Argentina, America, Spain, Italy, Brazil, Greece, India, Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore, Thailand, etc—but of course, their most popular stations are the Saisaki station, Kamayan station and Dad’s station! If you want to pig out on a budget, this is definitely the place for you!

Patty Laurel