Eat All You Can Antipolo – Below 300

Antipolo Eat All You Can Below 300

You don’t need a silver fork to eat good food. – Paul Prudhomme

Good food doesn’t always have to be so expensive and out-of-budget. Sometimes, even a few hundred pesos can already give you a dining experience like no other. There are already numerous existing eat all you can restaurants all around the country that serves cuisines that will not only tickle your taste buds but will definitely keep you coming back for more!

If you are anywhere in the beautiful city of Antipolo, here are 3 eat all you can Antipolo restaurants that you will absolutely enjoy! Check out these reviews and see if any of these 3 buffet places can satisfy your taste and cravings for only as low as PHP300.00!

1. Don Day Korean Restaurant

Eat All You Can Antipolo - Don Day

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Are you in the mood for some Korean food, drinks, and a definitely banging deal on your meal? Then Don Day might just be the place for you! It has both lunch and dinner eat all you can Antipolo offers that starts at only PHP199.00!

Eat All You Can Antipolo - Don Day

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Don Day offers buffet lunch and dinner. The price though, is really not that buffet-ish.Hahaha I mean, starting at P239, this is a deal you should grab, right?

The rate posted above was actually still slashed for their 2nd year anniversary.

We had the Regular buffet + unlimited samgyeopsal (pork belly) which was originally for P335 but we just paid P299 each. The staff is unsure though when asked how long this promo will last.

As of our time of visit – February 1, prices were:

Regular buffet P199
(lunch only)

Regular buffet + unlimited pork P299
Regular buffet + Pork (5 plates) P399
Beef (5 plates; combination)
Shabu Shabu P399
Regular buffet + Shabu Shabu P447

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Now let’s go to their food. They have a Buffet which is Php 199, a lot of food to choose from, am not gonna mention them one by one since I am not familiar on what they are called, all I can say is for Php 199 the buffet is worth it. But I wanted to experience grilling meat on my table just like the ones I have seen in koreanovelas, so we ordered Samgyeopsal (pork meat) which is a popular Korean Dish, it’s eat all you can as well for Php 299. If you prefer Beef, it is Php 399. And to complete my Korean Fantasy, I also ordered a bottle of Soju which cost Php 190, it goes very well with Samgyeopsal by the way, so it is a must! Overall I had a lot of fun and my stomach is so full, so this restaurant is a must try! They are open Mondays-Saturdays 11:00 am – 2:00 pm and 5:00 pm – 10:00 pm. You should come early so that you get to eat and drink a lot of soju. Oh by the way, for smokers, sorry as of now they don’t have a smoking area yet, but you can always go outside for a while if you feel like smoking.

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Contact Information

Address: Circumferential Road, San Jose, Antipolo City

Phone: 02 5704063

Social Media Buzz About Don Day Antipolo

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2. Mom’s Pot Restaurant

Eat All You Can Antipolo - Mom's Pot Restaurant

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Used to be known as My Pot Restaurant, Mom’s Pot Restaurant is one of the most famous eat all you can Antipolo restaurants currently in existence. In fact, the buffet place offering eat all you can deals for only as low as PHP125.00 has already been featured in national TV shows namely Rated K and Umagang Kay Ganda.

Eat All You Can Antipolo - Mom's Pot Restaurant

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It’s lunch time and we’re starving. After researching where’s the best place to eat, I found Mom’s Pot Restaurant.

For just Php 125.00 you can enjoy unlimited serving of Filipino delicacies. It’s really worth a try! Sobrang sarap ng food nila. Promise! Haha it was even featured in Rated K and Umagang Kay Ganda.

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What you can find here are typical Filipino food. When we checked it out, what we saw were dishes like ginataang puso ng saging, lechong paksiw, crispy kangkong, ginisang tahong, pakbet, adobong baboy, okoy, pansit bihon, piniritong tokwa, lumpiang toge, and minatamis na saging.

Well, the food they serve are not really that special. They are very simple but they are really worth it.

But of course, there are rules to be followed here. Sharing and having leftovers are strictly prohibited here. There will be 50% additional charge for every unconsumed food.

Indeed, it is a one of a kind offering! The best value for a hundred peso.

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Truth be told, I don’t have any expectation set for Mom’s Pot because its buffet rate gave me an impression that there really was nothing to expect. Surprisingly the experience was not that bad but not really mind blowing either. Our workers were happy and satisfied, and for me, that’s what really matters that day.

For Php125 per head, I find the number of choices decent enough. The quality was passable. Of course you will not expect a Vikings-quality buffet if you are just paying for a fraction of what you would normally pay on some big time buffet restaurants. I deem Mom’s Pot Eat-All-You-Can Buffet is best fit for those who don’t have enough time to cook but still wants to feast on several food choices without breaking the bank.

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Contact Information

Address: SM Hypermarket, Manuel L. Quezon Ext, Antipolo, 1870 Rizal

Phone: (02) 710 1116

Social Media Buzz About Mom’s Pot Antipolo

3. La Travieza Seafood Restaurant

Eat All You Can Antipolo - La Travieza

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If you happen to be in the mood for some delectable seafood dishes, then I suggest you go ahead and pay La Travieza a visit. It’s an eat all you can Antipolo place known for serving scrumptious seafood dishes plus a lot others for a very budget-friendly price.

Eat All You Can Antipolo - La Travieza

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Since this is supposed to be a seafood restaurant, we thought it was just right that we order seafood. We had  Sizzling Stuffed Squid which I expected to be stuffed with the usual onions and tomato and served with a soy calamansi dipping sauce. But what was brought to our table is this ground pork-stuffed squid smothered in a very flavorful somewhat buttery and barbecue-tasting sauce.

For the complete review: http://www.thepeachkitchen.com/

With the lovely YEDY as our guide, we made our initial stop at the first & only SEAFOOD BUFFET in Antipolo. LA TRAVIEZA. Buffet meals are only 279 php during weekdays & 299 php during weekends. Unbelievable, right? I could live in Antipolo with buffet meal prices such as this. …

We were surprised to see this big restaurant in the heart of Antipolo City with spacious parking & air-conditioned dining area. We thought Antipolo was a province, and here we were met with a modern, full-scale buffet restaurant with functions rooms able to accommodate private parties.

For the complete review: http://www.sugargospice.com/

The place is big, lotsa headroom. You can dine outside at the back if you want some fresh air (or drink & smoke) and you can walk directly to Calleza grill. Most of the diners were families. Now on to the food!

I’m a red sauce on pasta kinda guy and I don’t do seafood on pasta. But their shrimp & mussel carbonara was great. I still can’t explain it. It’s not overly creamy and you can always taste a bit of the seafoods in there.

Adobong pusit. I was really hoping for that thick spicy black sauce (that looked like you poured a bottle of black ink into it, then some leaves), but it was a bit sweet and I still liked it very much. It was good for 3-4 people. And they didn’t skimp on the squid. The sizes were bigger than average.

Overall, it was a pleasant dinning experience. Hefty servings, ample parking. Maybe we jogged and worked out an appetite but the food were “two thumbs up!”. Highly recommended. Service was 4 out of 5. It looked like they were already running it for weeks now.

For the complete review: http://umbertoeklat.blogspot.com/

Contact Information

Address: L. Sumulong Memorial Circle, Antipolo, Rizal

Phone: 0999 415 8351

Social Media Buzz About La Travieza Antipolo

Buffet lunch with them 🤗😎😁

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Surely, Antipolo has much to offer when it comes to affordable yet overwhelmingly delicious food, and those 3 eat all you can Antipolo restaurants are only a few of the best examples to prove this. Do pay those restaurants a visit and tell us what you think!

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