DADS WORLD BUFFET
Includes Kamayan & Saisaki Buffets
From our fathers we learned values. One of them is the importance of not wasting one’s food. The fatherly admonition,
‘eat your food and clean your plate’ serves as a loving reminder to all of us. A father’s legacy worth heeding.
In honor of fathers, DADS opened in 1993 and became an instant success. Specializing then in continental
cuisine, DADS introduced the No-Left-over Buffet concept, making it the home of the eat-all-you-can buffet.
DADS WORLD BUFFET.
A WORLD OF LIMITLESS CHOICES.
PREMIUM GOODNESS EVERYDAY.
Welcome to an amazing new buffet adventure at Dads World Buffet. An incomparable, first of its kind
culinary journey around the world, a gourmet’s dream food trip of kitchen hopping and savoring countless flavors.
A gathering of the world’s most popular cuisines, each one representing a country known for its food
products, unique menus, and cooking styles. A culinary pageantry never before presented nor served in
the local restaurant scene. Bringing together the cuisines of Asia, North America, South America and Europe!
Kamayan. The romance of the hands. Probably the only cuisine which carries the influences of almost all the countries in the world. The cooking of numerous countries have long intermingled with the country’s culinary history.
Simplicity, elegance, and a reverence for nature characterizes every single Japanese dish from the bite-size, hand-formed sushi, to the efficiently arranged bento box, all meticulously and elegantly presented as food art of Saisaki.
China’s age-old culinary heritage encompasses several culinary regions has spread around the world and is enjoyed by one-third of the world’s population.
An amazing blend of flavors carrying a heavy Chinese influence to make the "taste buds jump up and down," describes Malaysian cuisine.
Birthplace of the Hainanese chicken, Singapore is a culinary mix of the cooking styles and dishes of its Asian neighbors.
A Thai meal is considered an adventure into the unknown. Thai cuisine is a gamut of spiciness and pungency, evoking lime and mint. Heavily fragrant flowers find uses in Thai cooking as flavoring and ingredients.
Indonesia, the country with the world’s largest Muslim population boasts of a cuisine with heavy, haunting aroma of spices. Satay, those delightful skewered cuts of meat, poultry and fish has been added to the list of the world’s most popular barbecues.
Among its Mediterranean neighbors, Spain uses the most olive oil in cooking compared to Western and Central European cuisines. Tapas, paellas, and any other meat or fish dish evokes the richness of Spain’s culinary tapestry.
Considered the world’s oldest cuisine, Italian kitchens sired various dishes, which conquered the entire world. The conquerors of the New World brought in ingredients like potatoes, tomatoes, pepper, and maize to the Americas as well and introduced pizzas, pastas, risottos and numerous main dishes to the world.
Flavors of Greek dishes change as the season's change and differ as its geography, has become immensely popular around the world.
US Roast Beef, Steaks and Barbecues. Rated premium by beef scientists and beef lovers the world over. Star dishes of Dads Carving. Eclectic California, unique and exotic bayou cooking and New England classic seafood and dairy fare.
Mexico, the conquistador’s cuisine. Known for its varied flavors and spices, exciting combination of ancient Aztec and Mayan civilizations, enriched by Spanish traditions with additional touches from mainland Europe.
Churrasco, Brazil’s gift to barbecue lovers has evolved into an elaborate meal event. Known as Churrascarias, these barbecue events boast of a coterie of salads, sauces and utterly diverse Brazilian dishes.