Ultimate Buffet Experience at Tramway Bayview, Pasay

Tramway Bayview, Pasay branch had one of the biggest sitting capacity buffet restaurant which had around 1,000 sitting capacity at any given time. This used to be the site of Dragon Gate restaurant.

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buffet dishes

We would always dine at  Tramway Timog branch and Tramway Banawe branch. The price of their lunch buffet is quite affordable.

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ground floor

The selection is quite varied with Filipino, Chinese, Japanese and international dishes.

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Tramway Bayview Buffet Restaurant facade

It is good to arrive at least 20 to 30 minutes before the appointed time, parking is limited within Roxas boulevard. Pre-booking is advise for those having a large group.

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Ultimate Buffet Dishes

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buffet rate posted as of November 6, 2019

There were at least a dozen main dishes and were divided into salad, main dishes, soup, steamed buns and desserts.

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Fried Spring Chicken

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Beef  Kaldereta

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Yang Chow Fried Rice

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Steam Pangasius Fish

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condiments

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halaan with tausi

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deep fried siomai

The deep fried siomai is okey but would prefer lumpiang shanghai. This dish is quite redundant.

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fried tofu

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sweet and sour pork

Main Dishes: Steamed Pangasius Fish, Orange Pork, Chopseuy, Fried Spring Chicken, Fried Tofu, Pancit Canton, Beef Kaldereta, Deep Fried Siomai,, Sweet and Sour Pork, Spaghetti, Clam, Egg roll.

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siopao asado

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The downturn was the Spaghetti sauce, It is almost pale orange. Plus the pasta is soggy not aldente. They should have added more ground meat.

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Japanese rolls

Salad and Rolls: Maki, Vegetable Salad, Tossed Lettuce, Carrots, Tomatoes, Cucumbers and Onions (with Salad Dressing: Thousand Island Sauce)

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egg drop soup

Steam Buns: Steam Pork Asado , Siomai, Yang Chow Fried Rice, Egg Drop Soup

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pancit canton

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chopseuy

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cheese cup cake and coconut macaroon

Desserts: Palitaw, Buchi, Cheese Cupcake, Coconut Macaroon,Mochi, Brownie, Macaroni Salad, Buko Pandan Jelly, Coffee Gelatin, Fruit Gelatin, Sliced Watermelon and Sliced Papaya.

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buchi, mochi, fruit gelatin and maja blanca

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top- macaroni salad, coffee jelly, buko pandan with sago jelly: bottom: brownies, palitaw

Each table had 1 pitcher of ice tea which is an added cost for those planning to have customized buffet. Some customers opt to add a little more in order to add some more dishes.

The restaurant also had several private room, Dos Palmas is located at the second floor and can accommodate between 60 to 70 persons.

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There were a lot of factors in rating this restaurant. Price wise, it is not bad for Php 289.00. They must try to improve on some of their dishes and desserts. Some are quite redundant.

Overall, I would give our lunch buffet experience a 7.30 out of 10 rating. The service crew is quite friendly and even gave a survey form after we finished eating. The survey form that we filled-up hopefully would be use by the management to improve their dishes and even service.

Buffet Rate: Php 289 Adult, Php 206.46 Senior Citizen with valid Id’s, Php 205 children height between 3 to 4 feet, Php 112 children height between 2 to 3 feet.

Note: Buffet prices posted are subject to change without prior notice. Some of the dishes were customized by the organizers.  All the opinion express were based on the actual experience and is not connected nor sponsored by the restaurant.

Operating Hours:

Lunch Time: ( Weekdays)                 Lunch Time:     ( Weekends)
1st Batch – 11:00am to 1:00pm             1st Batch – 11:00am to 1:00pm
2nd Batch – 1:00pm to 3:00pm              2nd Batch – 1:30 pm to 3:30pm
Dinner Time:
1st Batch – 6:00pm to 8:00pm                1st Batch- 6:00pm to 8:00pm
2nd Batch – 8:00pm to 10:00pm           2nd Batch – 8:00 pm to 10:00 pm

Address: Tramway Bayview Buffet, 1600 Roxas Boulevard corner Layug St. San Jose, Pasay City.

Other Branches:
1. Tramway Buffet Plaza
Lower Ground Floor, Worldwide Corporate Center, Shaw Boulevard, Highway Hills, Mandaluyong City
Contact numbers: (02) 8617129, (02) 7066351
2. Tramway Garden Buffet
65 Timog Avenue, South Triangle, Quezon City
Contact number: (02) 4152005
3. Tramway Tea House
Alcaraz Street, Santo Domingo, Quezon City
Contact number: (02) 4111565

Special Yoga Session at Trini Studio

Trini Yoga PH held a special Yoga sessions together with bloggers, vloggers and media.  This is not my first time joining a session, joined 3 other YOGA event before in 3 different Yoga studios north of Metro Manila. What makes this different is the sampling of three session which included Vinyasa, Yin, Sound and Mind Bath.

Trini stands for Trinity. The community stands for wellness, community and lifestyle. The studio opened last June 3, 2018 and hold session on a daily basis. They also offer group, private sessions to those living within Malate, Ermita districts in Manila, Pasay ,Parañaque and Las Piñas areas.

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Simple Yoga Etiquette

What is YOGA?

Yoga had been around for thousands of years and there there is a growing movement in the country for this type of classes. It is also a spiritual, ascetic discipline, a part of which, including breath control, simple meditation, adoption of specific bodily postures and is widely practiced for health and relaxation.

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Teacher Sharon -co- owner and practitioner

Vinyasa yoga has so much to do with improving circulation and alleviating congestion in the organs. Breathing is through the nose. For each movement, there is a breath. It is okey for new students to experience some difficulties controlling his/ her breath.

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Teacher Sharon together with students and bloggers

A short 30-minutes Vinyasa session which is defined as an intelligent sequence of postures, but most people equate it with the ability to sweat and release tensions.

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Yin Yoga session by Teacher Del Lopez Baños held a 15 minutes session which which designed to help you sit longer, more comfortably in meditation by stretching connective tissue around the joints. This is also good point for stretching one’s muscles . This is a good routine for people to improve their stamina and their ability to endure long distance running.

This can also awaken one’s dormant energy and built strong chi.

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Teacher Bonn Monzon ( Reiki and Sound Bath)

Sound Bath and Aroma Session –  This is the most relaxing way to end a session. The relaxing musical presentations, which predate the birth of Jesus Christ and have been scientifically linked to reductions in stress, relaxation of mind and anxiety.

Teacher Bonn uses different kinds of metallic Tibetian bowls. Each bowls had a different tunes and are stroke on right timing.

A lot of us had almost felt asleep while mildly scent aroma gently filled the room.

a gentle massage at the head and movement of our hands.  I felt mentally and physically rested during the duration. This is different an intimate meditation and power-nap. We bloggers also needed some form of resting.

Teacher Bonn Monzon

Bonn discovered yoga and an array of spiritual and healing arts when he moved to Singapore in 2010. His holistic healing practice includes Reiki and sound therapy with the use of the Himalayan singing bowls, alongside crystals and card.

Email : bonnmonzon @gmail.com 

Contact: 0995-186-5814

ig/shift.mnl 

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sandwiches , banana bread, brownies, nagaraya crackers, delite herbal tea, dean and deluca organic coconut water are perfect snack after the session

Sponsors

The partners of the special session were  Delite Herbal Tea with three flavors ( Turmeric, Salabat and Ampalaya Plus) , Nagaraya, Nagaraya sweet mini pretzels Dean and Deluca, Oasis by Planet Noah and NB Enterprises, Binondo for explorer notebooks.

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bloggers, vloggers together with our teachers

Address: Room 401, 2230 Sunset View Tower, Roxas Boulevard, Pasay City. Mobile :0917-5634985

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/triniyoga.ph/

Email: triniyogamanila@gmail.com

How to Commute:

1. From LRT Line 1 (Buendia- Senator Gil Puyat Station), ride a Jeepney with “Evangelista-Libertad” signboard near McDonald’s and Jac Liner ( minimum fare is at Php 9.00)
2. Get off at William Street.
3. Walk straight to William Street until you reach Roxas Boulevard Service Road.
4. Turn right and walk until you see Sunset View Towers building on your right side.

 

Cultural Show at the Mabuhay Restop: A rich tapestry of Filipino culture and social enterprises !

Mabuhay Restop Travel  Cafe and Museum –  Rizal Park  ,South Drive  Area II corner Roxas Boulevard , Manila-Philippines

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Mabuhay Restop Travel Cafe and Museum located in Rizal Park is the first venture of Mabuhay Restops, Inc. which aims to promote Philippine Cultural Heritage and love of God and  country  through their cultural tours, food, show, art exhibit, and Kalinga tours.

guests enjoying the buffet meal

Chicken Teriyaki and Sayote with Shrimp

fish fillet with tartar sauce and adobong kangkong

chicken binakol

The guests were treated with an evening of buffet showcasing different regional Philippine dishes from the simple adobong kangkong , fried fish fillet , sayote with shrimps, pancit, chicken binakol soup, chicken teriyaki , halo-halo and many more.

group picture with fellow bloggers

What is nice about the food and products being sold at the place is that it helps the community ( Gawad Kalinga ) the beneficiaries are the ones making the souvenir items  .

Ms. Thea Gloria

Ms. Thea Gloria is the emcee of the Mabuhay Fiesta show, she is a theater artist , singer, dancer . She is the Mabuhay Restop -STAR of the show !

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Wazzup Pilipinas founder Mr. Ross del Rosario and guests

For more then 1 hour , we were treated to a live performance, cultural presentation, historical trivia, tourist spots, food and social entrepreneurship.

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I am encouraging tourist and even fellow Filipino to support this one of a kind tour.

Contact Information:

South Drive, Area II, Rizal Park, Ermita Manila 1000, Philippines
(T.M. Kalaw St. & Roxas Blvd.)
Phone: 02-359-7927, 0917-810-8194
Email: info@mabuhayrestops.com
Website: http://www.mabuhayrestops.com

Website: http://www.mabuhayrestops.com/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MabuhayRestop

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