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Valentines Day 2013 Buffet and Specials from Metro Manila Restaurants

Valentine’s Day may not be officially a holiday, but it’s one of the most celebrated days of the year. It’s when couples are extra caring, loving and romantic towards each other. If you’re looking for a restaurant to call for reservations for your Valentine’s Day celebrations with that special someone, we’re here to help!

Where to celebrate Valentine's Day 2013 in Metro Manila

Here are the restaurants in Metro Manila with special Hearts’ Day menus for you and your boo:

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2012 Holiday Buffet and Specials from Metro Manila Restaurants

We were supposed to post this a week ago, but we had to attend to many important things, including the first meet-up of The Burp Society (Yes! We finally did it!). Anyway, you still have three (3) days to call for reservations or order to-go specials from these Metro Manila restaurants for your Noche Buena or Media Noche.

Happy Holidays from Mhel and Ken of Certified Foodies

Bizu Patisserie has a Savoury Holiday Traditions and Land of Sweets spread that you can order to-go – Le Picnique Party Tray – for your Noche Buena. See our post about Bizu’s holiday offerings.

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Yurakuen Teppanyaki in Manila Diamond Hotel

Manila Diamond Hotel’s award-winning Japanese restaurant Yurakuen is proudly offering a totally unique Teppanyaki Eat-All-You-Can experience for all us buffet lovers out there. Instead of getting food from buffet spreads and cooking them on your table’s hot pot and griddles, Yurakuen lets you sit back and relax as you watch your personal chefs prepare food at your very own tables.

Yurakuen Japanese Restaurant in Manila Diamond Hotel - Teppanyaki Eat All You Can Buffet Promo

Available during lunch and dinner, enjoy the Teppanyaki Eat-All-You-Can with unlimited flow of local drinks, local beer, and Japanese Kirin beer, all for the price of Php 1,970++ per person. My sister, Mhel, and I got to experience it ourselves when they invited us to experience a Teppanyaki dinner. It may be a little pricey, but we can seriously say that it’s worth every penny! Not convinced? Let me walk you through it.

Yurakuen's Teppanyaki menu

First, above are photos of the long lists of food you can order with the Teppanyaki Eat-All-You-Can promo (click to zoom), which include appetizers, soups, noodles, meat dishes, and even desserts!

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