Honestly, the fam & I have never heard of Tramway Tea House – but buffet at P205 (just above $5) a head? GO!
Anyway, on to the buffet itself. As any self-respecting Chinese should be, my parents’ radar went high up into “very interested” once they heard of the very affordable P205 price. BUFFET, man. The question, however, always is: will the food be up to par?
These are about 1/3 of the food that were available during the buffet – more common ones like adobo and buko pandan, to a little more special ones like hot salad rolls. My favorite!! As you can probably deduce by now, the food at Tramway isn’t so super special like those other specialty buffet restaurants like Vikings and stuff. However, taste isn’t so bad, either – it passed my mom’s “acceptable” standards, and we found nothing unsatisfactory with the food. Most importantly, ze stomachs didn’t react badly the next day! LOL
One thing I must mention though – the sushi is amazing. Maybe not international-chef-amazing, but good enough for me. Delicious! Reminded me of the 2RMB sushi I used to get with friends at our usual joint in Guangzhou.