On weeknights diners can now order à la carte, but at Manila Garden lunches and weekends are buffet-style dining only. It’s quite a buffet — a spread of fifteen to twenty ever-changing Filipino dishes ranging from winter squash and long beans in coconut-milk curry to stuffed roast squid. The adobo’s good, the pancit isn’t. The weekend seafood buffet, complete with crab legs and fresh oysters, is a steal. If you’re game, the ever-smiling staff may convince you to stay for late-night karaoke and dancing.

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Price: $-$$

Payment Type: MasterCard, Visa, cash

Attire: on Fri. and Sat. semi-formal

Entertainment: karaoke and dancing 9:30 p.m. - 2 a.m. Fri.-Sat.


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