Experience Riviera Cafe: The Heritage Hotel's Vibrant, Affordable, Revamped International Buffet

We went to The Heritage Hotel for their refreshed Riviera Cafe Buffet a couple of weeks ago. Known to be a pioneer when it comes to world class accommodation and food ventures, Heritage prides itself with their International Buffet in Riviera Cafe.  Since I was last here, they definitely upped their game, especially with their dishes and the look of the place. 

You can definitely feel the sense of brightness that was added in as they re-open to the public. Their buffet extends with 21 stations of flavors from Eastern and Western cuisine.

And with a new Executive Chef Patrocinio Obia to spice things up, Riviera Cafe is now exuding a more vibrant, refreshing vibe amidst a wide range of different food stations that will definitely make you indulge!

Here's a peek of what you can find when you dine in Riviera Cafe's International Buffet:

Home to most food and buffet lovers, Riviera Cafe offers a bountiful feast of rich textures, fine flavors, and elegant Eastern and Western cuisine. The look is definitely refreshed, with extra light coming in at every direction, making everything be more welcoming. 


It features 3 carving offers (roast beef, lechon belly and Hainanese chicken).

There is an authentic Laksa station, and I can definitely attest that theirs is one of the best when it comes to Laksa. Chef Patrick mentioned that they make everything from scratch using ingredients sourced from Singapore and Malaysia with this laksa, which gives it that fresh authentic taste. 


Beside the Seafood/satay grill station is the Noodle/pasta station. You have to try out their beef satay!

Their pasta station and the chefs who handle that is definitely commendable. Riviera Cafe's pasta station is better than the other buffets that I have tried. I had a plate of Aglio olio and it was so good that I had to try more from that station! It was why I had an extra plate of pasta similar to flavors of chicken alfredo.

You can also find Japanese, Chinese & Mexican corners.

There are also various dessert treats and a proper Halo-halo station.

You also have to try the Heritage Iced tea- it has a different take than your usual house blend iced tea around the metro. Think refreshing with a hint of pomelo at the end.

If you're looking for a Halal-Certified dining place, RIVIERA CAFÉ is popular for its Malaysian-Singaporean dishes like Laksa, Chicken Hainanese, Beef Rendang, and Nasi Goreng.

Riviera Cafe offers a spacious, cozy dining area at 180 seating capacity. You can have private dining rooms for exclusive events or meetings. The cozy yet exquisite restaurant also offers an adjoining bar and lounge where guests can relish themselves in special cocktail creations or a wide selection of wine by the glass alongside great music and entertainment.

Enjoy, indulge and savor various selection & spread of your favorite food stations without breaking your budget.  The buffet offering is available every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday for Dinner and Sunday Lunch at only P1,188 /person (adult) and P588 (kids age 6-12 years).

You might be staying at The Heritage Hotel, please don't pass their awesome buffet here at Riviera Cafe. If the affordable price for a great buffet selection does not convince you, have a taste of their Laksa, Nasi Goreng and Beef Satay. Or their Kare Kare, pasta and Carving stations. These ones are the must tries, and ones that I will definitely be coming back to soon again.

See you at the Riviera Cafe! For inquiries & reservations you can call (02)8854-8888 loc. 7355 or 7357

Riviera Cafe at The Heritage Hotel Manila

Roxas Blvd. corner EDSA, Pasay City

Open Mondays to Sundays, 6:00 AM to 10:30 PM

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