We’re now starting to look for venues to celebrate Y’s baptism. Top of our priority list is good food so, siraan ng diet until we find the place large enough to accommodate all our guests and serves delectable food. First off, we tried Chef Boy Logro’s 7 Flavors.
7 Flavors is a bakery/cafe/buffet restaurant in just one location. I was told that you can reserve the cafe or the restaurant upstairs for a private event provided that you meet a certain amount. I liked the ambiance of the cafe, with the big chalkboard for a wall and lime green furniture. It was also spacious that the kiddos can roam around.
Going up the winding staircase, which can be dangerous for little kids, we entered the buffet area. It was surprisingly filled with people on a weekday lunch time. The food were situated on one side of the room which can be crammed if a lot of people are going to get their share. My toddler who has a sweet tooth like me went straight for the desserts.
I don’t have a lot of food pictures because it’s hard to take pics when you have a toddler to look after, hehe. There was a salad bar, two choices of rice, soup and viands. The carving station which changes every serving time was serving pork asado. The selections for viands were familiar – binagooang bagnet, lemon chicken, to something new – norwegian meatballs, eggplant parmigiana. The meal comes with unlimited rounds of iced tea.
The location and parking spaces make it an ideal venue. But we find the food choices too limited and the space a bit crammed if we’re going to invite 100 guests. However, we’d like to go back on the days we feel like pigging out since it is very affordable at P400 during lunch and P500 for dinner Mondays to Thursdays. For the weekend, both lunch and dinner are priced at P600. Kids 3ft. and below are free of charge.
We’re back to square one. Any suggestions for a baptismal reception?