On the carving station: Lamb
One of the best things about Midas Cafe is that unlike most buffet restaurants, you won’t find ridiculously long lines in buffet stations where people hog food franctically like they’ve spent 3 days on hunger strike. Here, people eat in slow bites, savoring the soul in each spoonful of food. There are no time limits. Guests can stay as long as they can, so they can still make room for dessert.
And they should. At P1,980 net, Midas’ lunch and dinner buffet is pretty much as expensive as other five-star hotel buffet restaurants’.
Curry, bechamel and tomato-based dishes seemed to be the theme du jour, with dishes such as Shrimp Curry, Lamb Curry, Caldereta Ox tripe Stew, Seafood Normande and Emince of Pork Swiss Style comprising the menu.