Saturday, February 23, 2019

Kew Hotel Tagbilaran Buffet

The Kew Hotel invited me and my friends to try their buffet for free. I always look for new places to eat here in Tagbilaran City, Bohol so I was excited to try what they have to offer. I have a few favorites that made me decide to go back their with my family again in the future. In the meantime, I will torture myself as I share to you my experience.

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Pinoy Fiesta Buffet



The theme at the time we were invited by Kew was Pinoy Fiesta. Lucky for us, this theme is a favorite among the frequent diners here. The other popular theme is the Japanese inspired one. I can only take the word of my blogger friend for this. She said her family frequents the Kew buffet and they love both the Filipino and Japanese theme.

I am not really a picky eater but there were a few dishes that I really enjoyed. Just thinking about my favorites make my mouth water right now. πŸ˜‹

The first one that I would really want to have again is the dinuguan with small chicharon bits. I loved how it was just sour enough and the chicharon added a lovely crunch and rough texture to the smooth and creamy dinuguan. I had my dinuguan with a sweet puto that helps pull back the sour taste. The subtle sweet and softness of the puto made the dinuguan even more delicious.

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Dinuguan with Chicharon Bits and Puto

My second favorite would be the Pinangat na Tanigue. It's fish wrapped in leaves and then stewed. (Excuse my lack of cooking terms πŸ˜…) Just take a look at the picture below to understand what I mean. 😁 It was really good! If I describe it, I won'd do it justice. You have to try it yourself. My friends and I thought it as a definite favorite.

Kew Hotel Buffet Tagbilaran Bohol Buffet pinangat na tanigue
Pinangat na Tanigue

Now I said it was a Pinoy fiesta theme right? It would not be fiesta without some crispy pork dish! 😁They did not have an entire lechon but the Crispy Lechon Belly was good. Crispy pork skin and juicy pork meat πŸ˜‹πŸ˜‹πŸ˜‹πŸ˜‹ My mouth aches for it right now. πŸ˜„

Kew Hotel Buffet Tagbilaran Bohol Buffet crispy lechon belly
Crispy Lechon Belly

So, those were the highlight of my Kew Hotel Pinoy Fiesta Buffet experience. The buffet costs 450 pesos per person. If you want more information check their Facebook Page or their website.

Kew Hotel's Buffet is available every Saturday in the Cafe Melecia located on the ground floor. The Kew Hotel Buffet has a different theme every Saturday. You can check what the theme is of an upcoming buffet through their Facebook page.

I had a wonderful time and I think I will be trying the Kew buffet again, this time with my family. Try it and bring your family with you. πŸ˜ƒ

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