The Round Table in Kapitolyo, Pasig is sure to take everyone’s food pleasures into greater heights as the restaurant introduces its newest all-you-can-eat tasting session. As an opening promotion, simply follow the Facebook fan page and partake to a breakfast, lunch, or dinner buffet feast featuring gourmet and comfort food favorites for only P150 per head. A third generation of the Katigbak epicure, Executive Chef Mia presents a stunning selection of international menu which all vary daily to keep its enticing appeal, guaranteed as a delicious answer for simple gatherings or family feasts without breaking the bank. A great summer treat but for a limited time only, make sure to plan a visit soon as regular rates of of P195 for breakfast and P295 for lunch and dinner will resume on May 16, 2015.
Monday: Latin buffet
Start your week right and discover some contemporary Latin flavors every Monday with the comforting allure of South American cuisine bound to satisfy everyone’s cravings. Be captivated by the crisp flavors of country fried steak, hickory smoked finger ribs, salmon croquettes, and cajun chicken. Make sure to leave space for creamed potatoes, crab cakes, beef rolls and green beans with bacon which totally taste like a rich culinary tour of this region.
Tuesday: Italian buffet
Come Tuesday, have a grand tasting tour of Italy and all its scrumptious glory as the menu features a pasta bar filled with exciting options of spaghetti, fettucine, or penne complete with red and white sauce. One of the must-tries is the pasta amatriciana and its irresistible spicy tasty sauce which come from black pepper, guanciale (cured pork cheek) pecorino cheese, and tomato. Lovers of chicken and fish will also find satisfaction with Italian baked chicken and fish with garlic. Wonderful as a side side dish, the eggplant parmigiana and roasted tomatoes and melted cheese on pesto crostini offer equal parts tasty and guilt-free.
Wednesday: Mongolian buffet
Wednesday hump day will surely release bursts of energy and excitement as the menu is all about hearty and heavenly Mongolian dishes. Savor delicately stir fried options of chicken, pork, fish or beef with vegetables topped off with gently seasoned sauces such as Mongolian, sweet soy glaze, and chili garlic. Since full-flavored mains with many mix-ins are enough to liven up the meal, a rice, vermicelli, or flat noodles as a satisfying pair will surely encourage customized versions.
Thursday: Filipino buffet
Thursday might leave anyone wishing for weekend, but the delectable Filipino Twist theme will surely bring people together for a festive and classic Pinoy food with a twist. Go for the adobo sa mangga which possesses an interplay of salty and sour flavors, followed by the soul-satisfying sinigang sa miso. A well-sorted out strategy is a must for the mains as the menu is filled with swoon-worthy options such as tapa pasta, roast beef sisig, bangus sisig crostini, and sautéed pork mango with salsa on wanton cups.
Friday: Roast buffet
As a grand welcome to the weekend, Friday is all about Roast Carving featuring the show stopping action of slicing and dicing a roast beef, roast porkloin, and herbed roasted chicken. Commingled with a refreshing tossed green salad with Q dressing plus an over the top bacon potato salad, this menu certainly feels like a complete thanksgiving for a week that was.
Saturday and Sunday: French, Asian, and Spanish buffet
Saturday and Sunday offer smartened-up menu version guaranteed to punch up the mood. For the two days time off, diners are in for a surprise treat from Chef Mia starting off with the luxurious flavors of French, such as fish in champagne hollandaise sauce, braised beef in tomato ragout, or chicken provencal. A melting pot of sweet, spicy, and savory taste, the Asian menu is guaranteed to wake up lazy summer senses from the misono fried rice, pork buta kakuni, Asian orange chicken, and adobong puti. Last but not the least, the Spanish menu encourages a style of eating that is casual with a fresh take on favorite tapas and plato fuerte, from the pork salpicao, garlic chicken, fetas and gambas al ajillo, to paella valenciana.
While the whole idea is all about endless ways to explore the best of the world’s cuisines, remember to reserve ahead of time as this stylishly rustic restaurant can only accommodate maximum of twenty five hungry crowd. But take heart, its fun-loving and free from rules concept is bound to capture anyone’s epicurean spirit.
The Round Table is located at 56 C & D E. Capitol Drive 1603, Pasig. For booking and inquiries, text or call Ash Salonga at 09228948509 or call (02) 706 1668. For the latest updates on promotions, follow social media pages on Facebook: roundtableph and Instagram: theroundtableph or visit website at www.qprovisions.com.