7 Eat All You Can In Quezon City Below 300 Pesos

2. Somethin’ Fishy

Eat All You Can In Quezon City - Somethin' Fishy

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As a seafood buffet restaurant with a ton of competitors out in the market, Somethin’ Fishy differs itself not only by offering top quality dishes but also by serving very affordable Eat All You Can In Quezon City packages. One of the most popular would be its Midnight to Morning buffet which is priced at PHP169.00 for Mondays to Fridays and PHP179.00 during Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays.

Eat All You Can In Quezon City - Somethin' Fishy

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Somethin’ Fishy’s Midnight to Morning Buffet is very affordable considering the spread.  It runs from 12 midnight to 10am. The no left over buffet price is P169 from Mondays to Fridays and P179 on Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays.  Plus they have a drink all you can rate of P60 for iced tea, coke, sprite, orange juice, lemonade, coffee or tea.

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Every dish was good, tasty and fair for its price. Their breads, waffles and pancakes were soft and airy, but  enough to make you feel full. Their meat and seafood dishes were good and cooked well, but a bit oily.

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Anyway, I could say that the resto is more on the quantity rather than the quality. They could really improve on the quality part as there are just some offerings that are really dry or bland. One thing missing for sure would be the bacon. Where is the bacon? For the price of less than 200PHP, it is definitely worth it. If you are looking for more of a higher end place that serves better food, I would recommend going to another restaurant (maybe a hotel). So, budget around 250-300 per person if you are going for the breakfast buffet and unlimited ice tea (additional 60Php). But if just for the food, 200Php is good already.

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When we got to Somethin’ Fishy Eastwood, I immediately liked how it didn’t look like your normal boxy restaurant. It was very well lit; the decoration was very minimal with just pictures of fishes, and it also had French doors, and a staircase leading to the bathrooms in a mezzanine. … Somethin’ Fishy looked like a very elegant restaurant with a very high ceiling and big windows and a bar.

I was very impressed with the variety of dishes offered. For the price of 169 pesos, the Somethin’ Fishy Midnight to Morning Buffet was a steal.

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Contact Information

Address: Eastwood information center, Citywalk 1, Quezon City, Metro Manila

Phone: (02) 421 6412

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