Dinner with Zomans at 7 Flavors

It was great to meet the top reviewers at Zomato as I was invited by Team Aldous' Heavenly Headturner Princess to this food event at 7 Flavors. Seriously, nobody would ever think of her as a foodie. I mistakenly thought it was a hot pot buffet but the food is already cooked. They also claim Chef Boy Logro is the man behind it all. So how were the buffet dishes?

I have to admit I did not try all the main course dishes there since I just came from a buffet lunch. I noticed the Zomans love to eat as they made it a point to sample everything. I just felt that trying everything would make my tummy explode. My favorite is the Chicken Mole though but that sure isn't a good name for a dish. I mean would anybody want to eat a Chicken's Mole? Being a fan of Kare-Kare, I have to say it is also good. For the Szechuan Vegetables, they need more butter. I saw they were always putting new Liempo in the tray and that's good news since it needs to be crispy all the time.

I thought the presentation of the buffet needed improvement. The customers must get a feeling that the food at the buffet is fresh and not that it has been in the ref for a long time. Lighting a candle under the containers might be a good idea. I think the presentation is one of the elements you have to take seriously when having a buffet restaurant especially since they have affordable rates. It is just P400 for lunch and P500 for dinner during Monday to Thursday while Friday to Sundays it's P600 for both lunch and dinner. That is not so bad considering the amount of food in the buffet.

Like other similarly themed buffets, they have a carving station, salad section, sushi boat and dessert station. That is good news for all the hungry hounds out there as you are going to get a complete meal. I actually wondered if Chef Boy Logro is the head chef here or just an endorser. I personally sampled Chef Boy Logro's food in an event before and the quality of his food is much better than the one we had here so I certainly don't see his presence in the food. I just see him as an endorser with a cut-out of himself on the outside.

After dinner, the owner Kenneth asked each person for any comments about the place like a graded recitation. I was not prepared for it since I was not able to try all the food they had but I certainly will when I come back. I thought they had some promising dishes and I have to say the Vegetable Soup was my favorite as I had two bowls of it. I loved the concept of different cuisines in one buffet spread though as I think that is where the name "7 Flavors" came from.

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7 Flavors
196 A. Mabini, San Juan
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6 (mga) komento:

Phantasm Darkstar ayon kay ...

Awesome! Thank you so much, Aldous! ^_^

Olga Paguio ayon kay ...

So may sumptuous dishes to try. I'll probably have a minimum of 5 plates. Lol!

Unknown ayon kay ...

1 plate for every section hahaha but I think I'll be needing more plates for the dessert.. ^^

Unknown ayon kay ...

Thanks for the chance.. 2-3 plates I think..

Unknown ayon kay ...

yummy 7 flavors is so good.

Unknown ayon kay ...

Who would have ever thought Chicken Mole would become that good?

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