Sabroso! Dining experience at Midas Café

Last Friday, I was invited to Midas Café Festival of Filipino Gastronomical Journey and Expressions Media Launch. 

Midas Café is featuring a feast of culinary treasures called Sabroso open for everyone from August to November 2014. 

Sabroso is a spanish word meaning tasty, savory, palatable, and tasteful. 

Lovely Ladies wearing beautiful Filipiñana dresses greeted us upon entering the Midas Café.
The media event launch started with a dance number by the friendly staff. 
Executive Chef Arnold Guevarra and his team prepared a wonderful gastronomical experience for us to sample and taste the flavors of our featured regions.
Visayas (Lami)
 Mindanao (Minamit!)
 South Luzon (Masiram)
North Luzon (Naimas)
First we had Filipino Gourmet Appetizer with a combination of Tuna and Pork Sinugba, Ukoy Dinakdakan, Lato and Guso Salad, Mesclun Green in Sukang Iloko Vinaigrette

There was also Law-Uy or the Visayan Vegetable Soup
Then Calamansi Sorbet to cleanse the palate

For the main course, Lokon in Crab Roe Sauce, Pork Humba, Sinugbang Manok with Soy Vinegar Dip, and Vegetable in Fish Paste (Pinakbet) with Fried Brown Rice in bamboo.
For dessert, we had Croquantine Coconut YemaBrazo de DurianNilupak and Halaya CakeMarang Og Balimbing Ice Cream. 

After sampling the food served in our table, we headed to enjoy the buffet. I sampled a little bit of everything. 
Bread Station 
Carving Station 

Salad Bar
Fresh Seafoods and Grilling Station
Pasta Station
Hot Dishes



Spoil yourself with an exceptional gastronomical experience and have a fabulous unforgettable feast with delicious cuisine from the different regions.  

Live through the fare expressions of distinct specialties from the Spanish heritage houses lining through the streets of Vigan to the undisturbed gush of Zambales coast, featuring Pakbet and Bagnet, Bulanglang Bangus, Dinakdakan, Bringhe and Tibok-Tibok in August.

Savor the familiar chows of the heart-shaped island province of Marinduque to the spicy towns of Legazpi City with Laing, Tinumok, Sinaing na Tulingan, Shrimp Ukoy and Nilupak at hand in September.

Make a fuss of the famed dishes from the island groups of Cebu, Guimaras and Leyte to the tropical paradise of Bohol, bringing to light Sinugbang Manok, Kunsi, Pancit Molo, Lato / Guso and Binignit in October. 

And relish on the fantastic foodstuff of the lively gateway city of Cagayan de Oro to the center of the surf magnet island of Siargao and endless heaps of Durian from the well-known city of Davao, with the hints of Sinugbang Nukos, Curacha Y Locon, Kinilaw na Bariles, Halang-Halang nga Manok and Marang og Balimbing in November.

The Sabroso eat-all-you-can lunch & dinner buffet costs P1,842 net per person. 

Midas Cafe
Second floor of Midas Hotel & Casino
2702 Roxas Boulevard, Pasay City 
Contact No. 902-0100

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  1. SUper daming food and they all look yummy and delicious! The buffet rate is at par with other buffet restaurants as well. My only problem with it is the location. :/ But I'll make sure to drop by whenever I go to MOA. :)


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