By Restos at a glance
The two restaurants this diner visited over the last two weekends both offer Filipino food. One we would tag as an “oldie but goodie,” the other we would call a new discovery. Both have their own interpretations of traditional dishes that satisfy our palate.
By Raoul J. Chee Kee
It was still a week before payday but the newly renovated Dads on West Avenue, Quezon City, was already filled with people. Diners were going around the different buffet stations, choosing from the wide array of world cuisine, including 70 kinds of sushi.
Dads’ has partnered with Quick Delivery to bring the best of its popular dishes to your home or your workplace. Dads’ wide range of food options can be accessed simply by dialing 2121212, enabling customers to order their favorite Dads specialties such as Roast Beef, Roast Turkey, Ham, Callos, Lengua and Paella, to enjoy at home or at the office. Also available is the restaurant’s lineup of salads, and pasta dishes.
By Joy Rojas
If you didn’t know Vicvic Villavicencio, you would have missed him weaving in and out of the noontime crowd of his hugely popular Kamayan, Dads and Saisaki buffet restaurants. But instead of piling goodies on a plate, Villavicencio, a jolly fellow who arrives at his Glorietta, Makati branch together with four of his six children, will only check out the various food stations before settling down with nothing more than a glass of iced water.