Medley Buffet Price At Okada Manila

MEDLEY BUFFET PRICE – Okada Manila has Medley Buffet, a buffet restaurant that offers a wide selection of foods.

Japanese, Indian, Chinese, Korean, and Italian cuisines are all found in Medley Buffet. Apart from that, they also have different kinds of seafood and different varieties of sweets to conclude your meal such as chocolates, native delicacies, rice cakes, homemade pastries, cakes, and many more.

Medley Buffet Okada – Price, Rates, and Menu Of Medley Buffet by Okada Manila

Here’s everything to know about Medley Buffet Okada including their price, rates, and menu.

MEDLEY BUFFET OKADA – Okada Manila offers luxurious buffet dining through its Medley Buffet and here are some details.

Okada Manila’s Medley Buffet is one of the high-end buffets in the country. It has seven stations and to name a few, they offer Japanese, Indian, Chinese, Korean, and Italian cuisines. They also have a wide selection of desserts and among the recommendations are fresh seafood, sushi, and sashimi.

Medley Buffet Okada

The dessert station has inventive chocolate creations, native delicacies, and rice cakes, homemade pastries, cakes, and chilled treats. In the seafood section, they have shrimps, crabs, scallops, and mussels. The Singaporean Chili Crab is also a must-try.

Time of their operation:

6:00 AM – 10:30 AM

11:30 AM – 3:00 PM

6:00 PM – 11:00 PM


tel: +632 8555 5799


eMail: [email protected]

Medley Buffet Okada


New Seaside Drive, Entertainment City, Parañaque City, 1701, Metro Manila, Philippines



Breakfast PHP 1,500 nett
LunchPHP 2,000 nett
DinnerPHP 2,950 nett
Sunday Bubbly LunchPHP 2,700 nett


Breakfast PHP 750 nett
LunchPHP 1,000 nett
DinnerPHP 1,475 nett
Sunday Bubbly LunchPHP 1,000 nett
Medley Buffet Okada

Reservation is required and the dress code is casual. The place accepts cash and major credit cards.

In their ala carte menu, there’s also a lot to choose from. They have breakfast options like a breakfast basket that has classic butter croissants, cinnamon rolls, pain au chocolait, and blueberry and chocolate muffins served with butter, marmalade, jam, and honey. They also have cereal, waffles, and pancakes.

There are also Filipino favorites such as boneless bangus belly, tocino, and beef tapa which are all served with garlic or plain rice, fried egg, and atchara.

Asian favorites are also on the menu such as plain, fish, and chicken congee, steamed dim sum, and benedict.


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