Ahhh, HEAT, i didn't even get the ever so famous buffet (which looked superb btw) cause i wasn't that hungry but, i still loved it.
I ordered that asian seafood noodle soup and: the seafood was topnotch, it was huge, hot, slightly spicy and ohsoamazinglydelicious!
Service was A class, they have this way of flitting about and fixing everything without being distracting.
The place had great lights and stuff. Everyone's prettier when hey step into HEAT.
Can't wait to go back there, this time with an empty stomach and another equally-as-hungry foodie to take on that mouth watering buffet spread. =)
I love dining at HEAT Restaurant in EDSA Shangri-la. The choices are enormous without satiating your palate. The seafood offerings are fresh, the meat section oozes with juiciness and don’t forget the Ice Cream Teppanyaki in the dessert section. Truly value for money, for a healthy eater like me, I would highly recommend this to anyone who wishes to indulge occasionally. Great service too. It’s money well-spent !
I love their buffet! :) So many dishes to choose from-ranging from Japanese, Filipino, Chinese, American, French and others! Their food is for adventurous palates and big stomachs! Their food is amazing! :) My family and I enjoyed indulging with their food here! Good job! :)
Heat offers a wide variety of dishes from several cuisines -- Chinese, Japanese, Filipino, Indian, and Italian. Appetizers range from salads, sushi, dimsum, breads... it can get overwhelming, I tried almost all the appetizers and had a hard time making space for the main courses and desserts.
The entrees are equally diverse. You get dishes like grilled salmon, liempo, tempura, pizza, prawns thermidore, pinakbet, steamed chicken... the possibilities are endless. They even have a noodle station and roast beef station, it's virtually impossible to taste everything in one visit. I was also dazzled by the scrumptious desserts, which was just as varied as the appetizers and entrees. Panna Cotta, Leche Flan, Taho... then there's the usual army of cakes, pastries, and fruits, the obligatory chocolate fountains (available in white and milk chocolate), ice cream station, and even a halo-halo station. It's just plain impossible to leave this restaurant without stuffing yourself.
Diners with Shangrila privelege cards get 30% discount off the buffet, while American Express cardholders get 20% off. If you're pigging out you may as well do it in style here in Heat.
Heat's buffet offers a healthy range of dishes from a number of countries, including duck, dimsum and noodles (chinese), tempura (japanese), pasta and pizza (italian), roast beef and mashed potatoes (american).
It also carries a good salad bar and dessert table.
One of the best buffets in the metro.
HEAT's buffet offers a wide range of choices for the diner. Dishes include dimsum, noodles and duck (chinese), pizza and pasta (itallian), roast beef (continental), tempura (japanese) and many more.
Noticably, the have an extensive salad bar and dessert table, which includes various types of cakes and pastries along with ice cream.
One of the top buffets in the metro
I love their breakfast buffet...so many choices! Mediterranean, Japanese, Chinese, Filipino, French and American dishes are offered in their buffet. There are lots of unusual dishes and desserts that you can try. My only problem in this restaurant was when I came back to my table, the waitress already placed another customer on my spot. Kabwisit nga e. She didn't even apologize to me. What a snob! Atleast she immediately removed the customer's bag from my table!