For grandma's big birthday dinner during our last night in Baguio, we requested a buffet set-up from the hotel restaurant, Le Chef at The Manor.
|Tuna Rillette with Melba Toast|
|Marinated Salmon & Crab Roulade|
|Mexican Salad Bowl|
|Caesar Salad Station|
|Ciabatta & Bread Rolls|
|Brown Rice Risotto|
|Potato, Shallots & Garlic Confit|
|Baked Chicken Thigh|
|Grilled Salmon Fillet|
|Roasted Lamb Leg|
|Coffee Crunch Roll|
|Traditional Chocolate Mousse|
The rating? 3 out of 5 stars. The salmon would've been good had it not been overcooked. Maybe because it stayed on the chafing dish for quite some time? As for the other dishes, notables would be the Lamb Leg and the Caesar Salad. Hubby did the mixing and serving of the Caesar Salad that's why it's in my notable list. Kidding! Truth is, the vegetables were crisp and the dressing was not too overwhelming. That's why I liked it. And because Hubby did the mixing. Okay fine I'm biased. :)
And this, my friends, ends the Baguio 2013 series. It's quite a short series because we only stayed there for two nights and other meals were eaten in various fast food places. LOL. Do watch out for my next posts, I'll be blogging about our time in Clark, Pampanga :)
Le Chef at The Manor is at G/F, The Manor, Camp John Hay in Loakan Road, Baguio City.