Your Guide to the Best Hotel Breakfast Buffets in Metro Manila

These are seven hotels that offer scrumptious breakfast buffets!

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UPDATE (August 14, 7:30 p.m.): Updated the rate of Misto's breakfast buffet.

Breakfast is arguably the most important meal of the day, and the best part of hotel staycations is the breakfast buffet! Whether you're planning your next staycation without leaving the Metro or just want your unlimited fill of breakfast, you're spoiled for choice wherever you are with breakfast buffets in hotels in Metro Manila.

The downside of having a variety of options is you never quite know where to start, which is where this guide comes in. We've rounded up some of the best breakfast buffets in Metro Manila plus what you can expect and how you can book your table.

Best Breakfast Hotel Buffets in Metro Manila:

Cafe Ilang-Ilang at Manila Hotel

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Price: P1550 net/person 

Cafe Ilang-Ilang at The Manila Hotel not only stands out because of its old-Manila interiors and homey ambiance but also for its wide selection of food, which now includes halal. Choose from the bread and pastry spread with baguettes, pan de sal, and ensaymada, an egg station, a bacon and sausage station, a waffle and pancake station, and even Korean, Chinese, and Japanese food.

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Cafe Ilang-Ilang is at The Manila Hotel, One Rizal Park, Ermita, Manila.

To reserve, call 8527-0011 or 0998-9501912 or email The Manila Hotel.

Spiral at Sofitel Philippines

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Price: Php5,900.00/pax with selected alcoholic drinks and Php4,500.00/pax without drinks

There's a reason why Spiral is top-of-mind when it comes to hotel buffets in the Metro. With 21 ateliers or food stations, you're sure to be spoiled for choice whether you prefer Filipino, Japanese, Chinese, or Western food. The breakfast buffet includes an egg and omelet station, a bread station, a sausage station, a juicing station, and even a roving magtataho.

Of course, don't miss the famed cheese room, a literal room filled with all the cheeses you can crave. Plus, Spiral is known for their themed Sunday brunches that take you around the world, like their most recent French-themed Bastille Brunch.

Spiral is at Sofitel Philippines, CCP Complex, Roxas Boulevard, Pasay City.

To reserve, call 8-832-6988 or email Sofitel Philippine Plaza Manila.

Brasserie on 3 at Conrad Manila

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Price: P2800 net/pax

Start the day right and have breakfast overlooking Manila Bay at Brasserie on 3 at Conrad Manila. Brasserie on 3 may not have as wide a spread as other hotel buffets, but they carry all the breakfast staples and do them well. Do expect bacon, sausages, tocino, tapa, bread, waffles, pancakes, and an egg and omelet station. They also have a taho station and a doughnut wall you won't be able to resist taking photos of.

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Brasserie on 3 is at Conrad Manila Seaside Boulevard corner Coral Way, Pasay City

To reserve, visit Conrad Manila Hotel for more information. 

Food Exchange Manila at Novotel

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Price: P1,088 nett/pax

Food Exchange Manila may be one of the hotel breakfast buffets that's relatively easy on the budget but that doesn't mean you sacrifice variety. In fact, Food Exchange Manila prides itself in its wide variety of cuisines that include Filipino favorites, Chinese staples, authentic Indian classics, Italian pasta and pizza, and many more.

Sunday brunch is even more special because of Food Exchange Manila's Mix It Up event, where the Food Exchange Manila chefs mix up their signatures for the buffet every Sunday, which just means more reasons to keep coming back.

Food Exchange Manila is at Novotel Manila, General Aguinaldo Avenue, Araneta City, Quezon City.

To reserve, call +632 8990 7888 or email Novotel Manila Araneta City.

High Street Cafe at Shangri La at The Fort

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Price: P,1350/weekdays and P1700/weekends and holiday

Whether you're in the mood for continental fare or a silog breakfast, you can have it all at High Street Cafe at Shangri La at The Fort. Their buffet stations or neighborhoods as they're called at High Street Cafe include a continental neighborhood for cereal, yogurt, cold cuts, cheese, pancakes, waffles, and toast, a local delicacies neighborhood for kakanin, a noodle neighborhood where you can order High Street Cafe's signature Curry Laksa, an egg neighborhood for omelets, poached eggs, and more, and a silog neighborhood for garlic rice paired with tapa, tocino, danggit, bistek, and adobo.

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Not to be missed as well is the pastry neighborhood with fresh pastries like croissants, pain au chocolat, fruit danish, muffins, doughnuts, and pasteis de nata, or Portuguese egg custard tart pastries, made in-house by Chef Anthony Collar.

High Street Cafe is at Shangri-La The Fort, 30th Street corner 5th Avenue, Bonifacio Global City.

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To reserve, call 8820-0888 or email Shangri-La The Fort.

Misto at Seda Vertis North

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Price: P1,010+/person

For a quick and affordable staycation without leaving bustling Metro Manila, you can count on Seda Vertis North, and one of the things you should look forward to is the breakfast buffet at Misto. The spread at Misto is solid with classic Pinoy breakfast food like tocino, tapa, and even dried fish that you can pair with garlic rice, bacon, sausages, an egg and omelet station, a pancake, and waffle station, and a variety of cheese, jams, and bread. Plus, kids and kids-at-heart can indulge their sweet tooth with the cereal and milk selection.

Misto is at Seda Vertis North, Vertis North, Sola cor Lux Drives, Quezon City.

To reserve, call 7739-8888 or visit Seda Vertis North for more information.

The Cafe at City of Dreams

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Price: P1,150 net/adults, P575 net/kids

The Cafe at City of Dreams offers a breakfast buffet that isn't the most massive but is hearty and homey. Be sure to head for the arroz caldo station where you can add your choice of toppings, such as chicken, pork floss, and egg. This also comes with unlimited condiments like atchara, spring onions, fish sauce, fried garlic, and calamansi.

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The Cafe also serves sausages, bacon, hash browns, cereal and milk, fresh fruit and fruit cups, and a selection of bread and jams. It also has an omelet station, a pancake station, and a French toast section for those who need these breakfast staples. 

The Cafe is at G/F South Gaming Area, City of Dreams Manila, Aseana Boulevard corner Macapagal Avenue, Paranaque City.

To reserve, email The Cafe at City of Dreams or call 8691-1234 extension 1163.

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