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    Try one of Gloria mari's Chinese restaurant chains. Food is ok and it's definitely for family. almost 7 years ago

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    I suggest going to Cafe Juanita. You can check out reviews from ourawesomeplanet.com. There are several restaurants he has reviewed. almost 7 years ago

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    Peking Garden at Greenbelt 5 a must try for family gatherings. almost 7 years ago

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    If you are in Quezon City area, try Kanin Club in the UP-Ayala Technohub or Chocolate Kiss either in UP or
    Roces Ave. almost 7 years ago

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    For Chinese food try Choi Garden in Greenhills, very good food and ambience but for authentic Filipino food try Sentro in Greenbelt. It really depends on what type of cuisine you like and how much your budget is, because I totally love Chelsea's in Serendra, Sala and Damaso, which are both in Greenbelt, as well as Le Souffle-- it where we normally celebrate but it does get rather pricey. almost 7 years ago

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    Btw, I've always been more favorable to quality over quantity... and at any cost. So, please do set a budget as well as how big your family is. almost 7 years ago

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    Try Vikings Buffet at the Mall of Asia Bay Area. The dishes are superb! almost 7 years ago

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    People's Palace in Makati Greenbelt 3 is one of the best restaurants I've tried. almost 7 years ago

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    If you want a slice of Manila's flavor try our Dampa restaurants near Mall of Asia. It's mostly seafood products but the best part of it is that you will have to go to market, buy the ingriedients of what you want to eat and then they will cook it for you. Its a great bonding time with the family. There are a lot of restaurants to choose from. almost 7 years ago

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    If you're looking for authentic Filipino food, try cafe Juanita at Burgos circle at the Bonifacio global city and Abe at serendra. Check out ourawesomeplanet.com for more restaurant info almost 7 years ago

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    With your question, I assume you're not taking the 'cuisines' in consideration, but I'll still give you an option for that and here is mine:

    1. SPIRAL (Sofitel Philippine Plaza Manila) - it has a multi cultural cuisine, 12 stations if I'm not mistaken, sorry I didn't get to count them all. Complete with a dessert station (don't worry), it has everything you need. Buffet.

    2. HEAT (EDSA Shangri La Hotel) - Another buffet resto. Almost the same as Spiral, though this 1 has 10 stations.

    3. TOP OF THE CITI (Paseo de Roxas) - If you want a cool view of the Makati skyline. You can go here. If you have a taste for french cuisine then this is definitely the place to be. This is not a buffet. almost 7 years ago

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    Tagaytay with the cliff hanger view ... almost 7 years ago

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