Four Seasons Buffet and Hotpot in Manhattan Parkview Cubao opened its doors to the public late last year. Last November, which was Jeff’s and my birth month, I was invited to sample their vast offerings during lunch. We were never really a fan of hotpot restaurants before but we gave this a try since Four Seasons Buffet and Hotpot in Cubao features 60% menu from Vikings Luxury Buffet and 40% menu from Four Seasons Hotpot City in Mall of Asia. This unique feature is what makes Four Seasons the best buffet restaurant in Quezon City.
Four Seasons Buffet and Hotpot is located along General Roxas Avenue, at the ground floor of Manhattan Parkview. You simply cannot miss its brightly lit facade.
It’s November when we came here that’s why the spacious reception area is Christmas-y.
While we were led to our table, I can’t help but be amazed with the interiors. It’s very modern and sophisticated yet still homey because of the touches of natural wood/shabby chic here and there.
We were guided by the staff on how to enjoy our hotpot experience such as recommending what combination to choose and what ingredients to partner with the soup basebroth. You can choose from 10 soup bases.
We went on the safe side and chose Sinigang and Sukiyaki. It looks good on their pot with divider, so yin and yang.
After which, you can now choose what goes in your shabu-shabu broth. Choose from a variety of meat, seafood, balls, noodles, and fresh vegetables. Spices, condiments, and herbs to are abundant, you can mix to your heart’s desires.
They also have this special chili sauce (forgot what it’s called) that you can put to you broth if you want spicy.
After warming up our tummy with the hotpot, we checked other stations. They have a Pasta section where you can request what you like from the type of pasta to the sauce.
Japanese section has an array of colorful sushi and sashimi. The chef also sent this delicious kani salad to our table.
One thing that made Vikings famous is their Binusog na Lechon. You can find that in the Carving Station along with the turkey, lamb and beef. You won’t miss it because it’s one of the stations where people line up.
They also have a Cooked Food section.
A must try is this Sweet Potatoes mashed with four cheese and marshmallow. It’s an addictive concoction you can only taste at Four Seasons.
What’s a buffet without the DESSERT station, right? Actually, this is the station that will greet you after the lobby. This is my favorite station I won’t mind paying the whole buffet price and I’ll just hang out here.
They also have bibingka and puto bumbong but those are only offered during dinner so I wasn’t able to try 🙁
I went back 4 times for their ice cream and their coffee jelly, do try them!
Even the drinks choices are limitless, they have fresh fruit juices, soda, beer on tap, coffee, iced tea, and even infused water.
Food is really superb at Four Seasons Buffet and Hotpot. But I’d also like to sing high praises for their staff, very attentive, helpful, and polite. I even saw one staff accompanying a senior citizen to the comfort room so that his companion can continue eating. And speaking of comfort room, it’s big, clean, and classy too.
Special occasions are truly worth celebrating, where else but at the best buffet and hotpot restaurant in town.
FOUR SEASONS BUFFET & HOTPOT RATE:
Adult Weekday Lunch: 688
Adult Weekday Dinner: 888
Adult Weekends/Holiday Lunch & Dinner: 888
Kids below 3 ft: FREE
Kids 3 ft – 4 ft Weekday Lunch: 188
Kids 3 ft – 4 ft Weekday Dinner: 288
Kids 3 ft – 4 ft Weekends/Holiday Lunch & Dinner: 288
Kids 4 ft – 4 ft 6″ Weekday Lunch: 388
Kids 4 ft – 4 ft 6″ Weekday Dinner: 588
Kids 4 ft – 4 ft 6″ Weekends/Holiday Lunch & Dinner: 588
*Prices are subject to 5% service charge.
A birthday celebrant may eat for free at Four Seasons Buffet & Hotpot for ONE WHOLE MONTH upon meeting the conditions. For more details and other promos, visit www.fourseasonshotpot.com.ph.
FOUR SEASONS BUFFET & HOTPOT
Ground Floor, Manhattan Parkview, Gen. Roxas Avenue, Araneta Center, Quezon City