A couple of weeks ago, my friends and I had a festive lunch at Taal Vista Hotel. We ate our way through seafood, pasta, and beef at Cafe Veranda. Here’s what I had to say about the Lunch Buffet:
Cafe Veranda serves up dishes that span the culinary horizon, from steaming bowls of Beef Noodles to Pork Sisig to Seafood Thermidor; with their mesmerizing spreads and “Make-Your-Own” stations–this is one buffet where you’ll want to linger.
You would do well to start your meal with a Chicken or Beef Noodle Soup from the Noodle Station, then, fill up on fiber and grab a plate of crisp, organic, fresh Salad. The greens make way for standout main courses, like the slow-roasted US Chuck Roll or the succulent Porchetta accompanied by a flavorful peppery gravy.
Dessert at Cafe Veranda has been enough to bring customers back for more. Top off the meal with a glass of Halo-Halo or feast on a wide array of native delicacies.
It’s clear why tourists from Manila and even those from other countries come to Taal Vista Hotel. The ambience gets plenty of love but Cafe Veranda‘s delectable dishes coupled with impeccable, friendly service are winning draws.
Whether you’re eating unlimited serving of Carbonara or stuffing yourself with Brownies at the Dessert Station, you’re guaranteed to get your money’s worth at Cafe Veranda.
Pro Tip: Weekend Buffets at Cafe Veranda is pretty special. Taal Vista Hotel delights its customers with a cultural show featuring local artists that perform traditional folk dances. Truly a must-see show!