During the soft opening of Hyatt City of Dreams, my family decided to dine at The Cafe, one of the many restaurants located in City of Dreams Manila. Their lunch buffet had three kinds of cuisine namely Chinese, Japanese and Italian. Their midnight buffet which is available from 11:30pm-4:30am only serve Chinese food.

The Italian station had the usual favorites namely pasta and pizza as well as some uncommon ones.

There were large blocks of cheese placed all over the place. You can fill your plate with as much chunks of cheese you can eat.

Try their miso soup, maguro nambanzuke or their kiriboshi daikon.

For the noodle soup, we filled our bowl with lots of shrimp, black fungus and mushrooms.

Care for some bread? You can find the typical bread selections offered in most hotel buffets in their bread station.

Fruits and more fruits.

Dimsum in the making.

The dessert station was bursting with all sort of sweets from different kinds of chocolate truffles to different kinds of tarts.

I had a blast. The seemingly never-ending choices of food almost overwhelmed us, there were so much food to choose from. Watching the food being prepared right in front of us somehow made the food more appetizing than it already was. Just by reading the names of the dish, you can almost see yourself drooling over the luxurious-sounding names.

They had two different flavors of ice cream and the nice thing was that you could take fruits or chocolates from the other buffet tables and use them as toppings for your ice cream.

The dinnerware they had for the truffle fries, crab cakes and shrimp popcorn reminds me of the paper container normally used for snacks such as fishball, kikiam, cheesesticks or fries.

They had these nice plush seats which I wished we were seated at.

You can find The Cafe at the ground floor of Hyatt City of Dreams Manila, it is right beside the lobby. Hyatt City of Dreams Manila is located at Asean Avenue corner Roxas Boulevard, Entertainment City, Manila.