While I wasn't my usual self that evening that I just tried a few dishes and quickly waved the white flag, I happily watched my husband enjoy the buffet selections of Seven Corners. I got to admit, Seven Corners have quite limited choices but we all know that quantity doesn't always equate to quality right?
I also went to check out the Chinese station and was hoping to get some steamed dimsum but sadly they didn't have any. The only thing they have in this station was some Noodle Soup. Yikes! Wish they would add in some dumplings and dimsum to improve on the authenticity of this station.
They also have a Japanese station and while I normally would start my meal with a plate of sashimi and makis, I wasn't impressed with what they had that day so I opted to just go healthy with some salad. We wanted to try the Ebi Tempura though but despite having our table situated near this station, we can't seem to be quick enough to grab a piece or two as every time we check it out, the container's always empty. We gave up eventually.
The vibe at Seven Corners that evening was quite different from what I was accustomed to. Back then, I would regularly have business meetings and lunch get-togethers at Seven Corners where I'd see the restaurant filled with big groups of working professionals. During that evening, it was less crowded and not as lively perhaps due to the low number of diners too. I guess Seven Corners is a business buffet restaurant where it gets busy during lunch over dinner. Dinner would probably be the best time for couples who want to have their just-you-and-me-time and here. Save for the always-missing Ebi Tempura, you don't have to wait for anything as there's barely any line in all stations.
Lunch (Mon-Sat) : Php. 1,657.37
Lunch (Sunday) : Php. 1,878.34
Dinner (Sun-Thursday) : Php. 1,767.86
Dinner (Friday - Sat) : Php. 1,878.34
Seven Corners is located at the 2nd floor of Crowne Plaza Galleria Manila, Ortigas Avenue corner ADB Avenue, Quezon City. To make a reservation, call them at 633-7222.