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Partyland Restaurant

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Opens daily from 10:00am - 9:00pm
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Open 24/7
Open on Holidays
Outdoor Seating
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Take-out
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Cries 2013-04-15
It was an eat-all-you-can merienda. I never tried that before. They were able to convince me when they told me that Partyland Restaurant has a lot to offer me. Included in the buffet are my favorite desserts like halo-halo, banana cake, and maja blanca. That's how they got my YES to this date. smile

The place was small and so, we dined outside. It didn't make us feel weird at all, even if we ate outside their restaurant. It just felt like, it's ok to just dine there. I don't why though. tongue

The food we had we're typical kapampangan dishes. Nothing special that would make me come back though... Sorry... sad

Recommended Dish(es):
halo-halo

Date of Visit:
2012-11-15

Spending:
Approximately
Php250(Other)

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Yummy Kapampangan Buffet
Smile 2012-01-22
I'm quite surprised that buffets in Pampanga can be super cheap. Yes, before there was a place that offered a 99-peso buffet. Sure, there are also notable buffet places here in the Metro. But, they're not as cheap as the ones in Pampanga. Here, the cheapest would be aroung 500 pesos. But in Pampanga, buffets can go as low as 200 pesos. Once such food place that offers this type of buffet is Partyland.

   Partyland Buffet

Partyland has been in existence since I was a kid. Sure, a lot of parties with regards to family celebrations have happened here (yup, I once celebrated my birthday here). Due to its increasing popularity because of its buffet, it has established a branch in SM City Pampanga. They offer lunch and dinner buffets and merienda buffets for those who want some snack after a tiring walk around the mall. For me, it's a better option than dining at other expensive restaurants (that is, if you consider price to be a big factor). You have a lot of good choices here. What's even better is that every dish is cooked the way Kapampangans would cook it. Every dish is good, some even noteworthy. You could really taste the flavor of each dish. Nothing is bland, and nothing is overwhelming. It's just simple, homey dishes that people will surely like.

   Partyland Buffet (2)

Partyland may not be the most modern food place in the province, but I have to say, they are quite ahead when it comes to delicious Kapampangan cuisine. These dishes always reminds me of home, and the tastes make me proud to be a true-blooded Kapampangan. We love food, and we express our love for it through cooking. I have to say, nothing beats good ol' Kapampangan cooking. smile

Recommended Dish(es):
Smorgasbord

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Php200

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Cheap Eat-All-You-Can-Buffet
Smile 2010-11-02
It was Halloween and my sister and her family went to SM city Pampanga to shop for Chirstmas decorations. Yes, it is the irony of things. I got up late so I was not able to go with them that morning but she texted me asked me to come to SM Pampanga for a dinner treat. I got dressed and proceeded to SM Pampanga.

I arrived late afternoon and met up with my sister. We were searching for some place we can dine. Apparently, when you're always in a specific mall, you get tired of choosing the place you want to eat. But I gave her an idea of eating in a buffet dinner served in the Annex 2 of SM city Pampanga. This place was actually a common dining spot for my family, but since my mom went to the United States, we aren't able to visit it. I'm pertaining to Partyland Restaurant. It is a restaurant that offers lunch, merienda and dinner buffet for 195, 135 and 155 respectively. Since it was late afternoon, we decided to take the merienda buffet set table of 135 pesos per head.

Given the price, there are only limited choices of food. This includes spaghetti, pork and tofu, pancit palabok, puto, turon, dinuguan, halo-halo, lugaw and palitaw. With the price, It is actually a pretty great meal with pretty great choices. The pancit palabok was still hot and very delicious. Eggs and chicharon is overflowing on the palabok. The turon, though small in size, tasted great. The dinuguan was also great tasting. I also loved their pork and tofu perfectly complimented by the soy sauce with calamansi.

It was truly a satisfying afternoon snack. Even though it is considered afternoon snack, it served as a dinner for me since I ate a whole lot of plates. For me, this the cheapest and money worthy buffet eat-all-you-can I've been to. I'm pretty sure we'll be coming back for more!

 

 

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Date of Visit:
2010-10-31

Spending:
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Php135(Other)

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  • Taste
    4.3
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    3.3
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    4.0
  • Clean
    4.0
  • Price
    4.3