As if having weekly buffet themes with lobsters and wagyu weren't enough, EDSA SHANGRI-LA'S HEAT has made an entire week complete with their SUPER BRUNCH.
Everything that you would want and more would be present in their SUNDAY BRUNCH BUFFET SPREAD.
As you enter HEAT, signages are placed up and show you where to go and how to plan your attack. You need not worry as a map was created to help you navigate through this wonderful buffet.
Knowing the different offerings of this buffet could help one to properly pace and to take full advantage of the dishes.
If you are up for it, the tartare is also delicious.
Afterwards, you may want to visit the Japanese Station as it just a hop away.
Aside from the very imaginative and huge Japanese rolls, they also serve takoyaki and even some freshly sliced tuna or salmon sashimi.
After having some starters, a lot of main dishes await the guests.
The WAGYU station though is on the other end of the hall and is worth the walk. Here, different cuts of meat are prepared for the discerning guests. You may ask them to sear and cook the cut to your preference. I personally would go for a medium or medium rare just because I like the tender bite.
One might be getting full at this point but you have to make room for more. Some dishes are served table side. Since EDSA SHANGRI-LA doesn't want you to always keep on standing, they made sure that they bring the food to you.
Since foie gras is a huge part of the buffet, they also made them into a mousse like ball covered with nuts. Creamy and buttery.
By this time, your stomach might have been well prepared so I guess it is okay to get some oysters.
To entertain everyone, a magician and a balloon artist roam the halls and give in to requests.
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Disclaimer: was invited to this event. Wrote this based on my experience.