This is probably the cheapest buffet restaurant in Quezon City. It opened with a P99 pesos price tag then added a few more bucks the following year. What’s awesome about dining here is that there’s no time restriction, unlike other buffet places that gives a time limit of 2 or 3 hours.
We arrived just in time for dinner and a number of customers were coming in. Ambiance is rustic and cozy. Don’t expect fancy interiors or food presentation as this place is styled with simple Filipino decorations.
The dishes they offer are Filipino home-cooked meals you can also find in a carinderia. They have all sorts of fried fish- galunggong, tilapia, etc. There’s lumpia and fried chicken.
They have sarciado, dinuguan, menudo, afritada, tokwa’t baboy, binagoongan, adobong pusit, bopis, and more.
Breakfast items are also offered such as the longganisa and tortang talong.
Watch out your cholesterol level as some food items are oily and have more fat than meat content.
For dessert, they offer minatamis na saging, gulaman, and ginataang halo halo.
I had ginisang petchay, adobong pusit, tortang talong, longganisa, and binagoongan for my 1st plate. My 2nd plate had menudo and friend chicken, and a few more longganisa. I wasn’t able to try everything on the spread as I was full drinking bottomless pineapple juice (plus Ph
If you are in Quezon City, particularly near V. Luna, go drop by Carinderia Buffet for a tummy-filling lunch or dinner. This is the place to dine if you are on a budget. 🙂
Note: Carinderia Buffet also accepts reservations as a party venue for Birthdays, Christening, and other special occasions. Feel free to contact them anytime using the number posted below.
Update: June 8, 2012- I was here this afternoon, buffet price is now Php 144 per head…vat inclusive.
Note: They are open from 10:30-2pm and 5:30-9:30.
Contact: Ms. Minie Bergado