I have these wonderful friends here in the South. Once we found each other, we have been trying to come up with lots of excuses to get together. I like those kind of friends-you know what I mean? These girls are the kind of friends where it’s light and fun, our husbands get along, and our time together is always kinda bitin because we leave each other thinking, “Wait-I forgot to tell you about…”
NFF (New Found Friends) are also great for learning NEW things too. One thing I can say about my new found friendship with these girls is that we are teaching and showing each other lots of fun spots and activities to do together here in the south.
Being from the south, I have been to Bellevue quite a few times. We have attended beautiful affairs celebrating wonderful milestones and loving occasions. We have enjoyed the delicious Chinese food at Phoenix Court, which I dare say is the best Chinese food here in the South. Nino and I used to frequent the place a lot most especially when they opened. We would go with our foodie Kumare and Kumpare to indulge in the all you can eat dimsum. (BTW-we thoroughly took advantage of that little ditty.)
There are other times when we want to enjoy a night out with friends and music. We have visited Vue Bar quite often and even more so, when Juan Miguel and The Authority Band (did they change their name again?) was playing on a particular night one summer passed. Our group would make it a standing date to listen to our favorite band that would play our 80’s music.
So you see, Bellevue is not just for the business traveler or an over night place to stay. It is known for really great food and really good times to be had. In this post, I hope to share just a tidbit with you about Cafe D’Asie. I say “tidbit” because as I go through my photos and look at what I wanted to include for you (my readers) to have an idea of what they offer-I realized I lack photos of the different stations because I was busy catching up with the girls.
So, Nino and I were able to explore Cafe D’Asie with Jane as our host. I took the time after a successful Crafternoon with Kaye to use the excuse to get together with the crew. Joei was MIA because she was galavanting around the world…
Since Jane has just started on her road to health with the help of her Paleo buddies, meeting up at Cafe D’Asie was a good idea because they have many stations (including a carving station for the carnivores) that offer a variety of cuisines for the guest who likes to change up their tastes and textures (like me).
Coming from The Bento Mommas Crafternoon, I did a quick change and freshened up for night out with Nino. Even if we go out often with the kids, when we go out as a couple…it’s still a date. (So, I like to take advantage of the time alone with my boyfriend 😉
We met up at Cafe D’Asie in Bellevue on the second floor where Jane and Jana already had a table reserved and were waiting for us.
But besides desserts there are so many different stations to choose from while dining in Cafe D’Asie and availing of their all you can eat buffet.
- Mongolian Station
- Japanese Station
- Chinese Station
- Korean Station
- Indian Station
- Hot Buffet
- Carving Station
- Grilling Station
- Salad Bar complete with a hand tossed Caesar Salad done on demand
- Imported Cheeses
- Mini Desserts and Petite Fours
- Dessert Cart
- Ice Cream
- Fresh Juices and Coffee and Tea are included
For me, that’s the beauty of an all you can eat buffet…the ability to sample, try, and taste lots of different things that you wouldn’t normally have at home. So whether it’s surf and turf, sushi, or finishing with a big cheese plate, you know you will enjoy yourself if you live in the south and this a buffet you decide to partake of. It’s even better when you enjoy it with good friends and good conversation.
For more information, specials services, and promotions you can visit the Bellevue Manila Facebook page.
6:00am to 10:30am Breakfast
11:30am to 2:30pm Lunch
6:00pm to 10:30pm Dinner
Located at the second floor of main wing. Offers all-day a la carte and buffet for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
For reservations, please call (632) 771-8181 local 8020
or email firstname.lastname@example.org