Every fashion lover who loves eat-all-you-can dining style is wonderful. Why? We used to delay eating and finish photo shoots every now and then. Our goal is to look good on photos, dreading to look bloated on camera. But, eating all you can in a luxurious restaurant? It’s a different story.
I’m so lucky I can eat whatever I want without thinking I’ll get extra fat later. Well, I used to be so slim, with weight problems for so long. To gain an ideal weight for my age, I try to eat right and keep a healthy lifestyle. I want to look good in photos and in real life so I worked hard to achieve it. After all, fashion blogging needs discipline and willingness to live for the dream.
Here, in this post, are my favorite dishes at Vikings Luxury Buffet. We had a chance to try dining at their branch in SM Megamall.
Kani Sushi rules. Who can resist delicious crabstick sushi here?
For so long, I’m craving for cooked Aubergine or eggplant. Even up to now, I still want it for breakfast. When I tasted Viking’s version of fried Aubergine, I got more interested.
All things cheese. Choose your own favorite. I’m still rooting for Cheddar cheese since I love the taste.
Want more devilled eggs? It’s a luxurious way of eating eggs nowadays.
Nachos! Great for snacks. And it’s served at Vikings Luxury Buffet generously.
Choose your own pasta. My choice is White Vongole. It’s unique and delectable. Who wouldn’t try to eat an exotic dish?
Sounds familiar. I’ve already tried this at home. The hunter’s chicken is so delicious. Now you know – I love Italian dishes.
I’m so in love with Salmon Canapé since the flavor is interesting. It’s nutritious and tasty, too.
Obviously, we fell in love with Spaghetti Montanara right there and then. You’ll be amazed of its heavenly taste. It’s not everyday that I get to try this one.
The princess is always the last one to take the way, isn’t it? Strawberry Princess is sweet. You’ll love it.
It was an amazing day for all of us. We’ve gathered at SM Megamall to dine at Vikings Luxury Buffet, and enjoyed shopping later. For the fine dining experience and shopping, I paid less than Php700 and Php199 for a pair of flat shoes.