You could just imagine my utter shock when I saw about 20 Filipino dishes on the buffet table. Complete from soup, to appetizers (ensalada and salad), to vegetables (laing and kare-kare), to meat (pork and chicken viands), to seafood (tahong, humongous fish, CRABS), and to desserts (buko salad, gelatin, sapin-sapin creme brulee).
I'd like to borrow Toto's words - hindi tinipid sa lasa.
Almost everything tasted good. Hindi ko na iisa isahin. But my Pinoy taste buds were highly satisfied, that's for sure.
BUT! The sapin-sapin creme brulee - OMG - was divine. Glazed sugar on top of leche flan-ish custard on top of ube halaya. Juskolord.
Our verdict - sulit na sulit!
Note: I invited a high school friend to have dinner here and he said, "Huwag doon! Hindi masarap doon!"
Oh. Uhm, okay.
Maybe we got a good batch when we dined here. Do you share the same sentiments as my friend's? Let Sasha Fierce know, she'll be totes thrilled to hear it :p
Okay, I should stop referring to myself in third person.
P.S. Kuse offers their buffet on weekdays (dinner) and weekends (lunch and dinner) - so, err, daily.