B Hotel Alabang, 2107 Prime St., Alabang, Muntinlupa, Metro Manila
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I was invited to join B Hotel’s new menu launch at Prime Cafe. The event was attended by the Bellevue management team, media, bloggers and known personalities.
The new menu was inspired with our very own Pinoy favorite dishes.
🥘Chicken Inasal (Chicken thigh fillet inasal marinated and grilled in lava rock) - ️️️️ 4/5
🥘Pork Sisig (Popular Filipino dish made of Pork’s face and liver seasoned with calamansi and chili peppers) - ️️️️ ️ 5/5
🥘Sizzling Crispy Belly (Deep fried crispy pork belly with special sweet and spicy sauce) - ️️️️ 4/5
🥘Chicken Salpicao (Chicken strips sauteed in olive oil, garlic and special sauce. Served with garlic rice) - ️️️ 3/5
🥘Pork Sinuglaw (Dish made of grilled pork (sinugba) and fish ceviche and spicy vinegar) - ️️️️ 4/5
🥘Adobo Flakes Pizza (Traditional pizza topped with flavorful and crispy adobo flakes) - ️️️️ 4/5
For me, the Pork Sisig really standout. The crispyness of the pork blends well with the other ingredients. It made me order a steamed rice to pair with the sisig. The Pork Sinuglaw is another thing. It complement with the red wine that I am drinking. A good start to boost your appetite. My least favorite will be the Chicken Salpicao. Maybe it would be better if they lessen the salt.
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Part of the overnight stay is a complimentary breakfast for 2 here at Prime Cafe. Breakfast is from 6am to 10am.
Mom and I went down at around 8am and there weren't that much people eating and there were still a lot of vacant tables.
They have a bread/pastry corner, a mini Japanese station, vegetable salad, the actual meals, desserts, and lastly, drinks, coffee, juice, and cereals station.
They serve two kinds of cereals - cornflakes and koko krunch. There's fresh milk, water, and mango juice, as well. They also serve brewed coffee, hot tea, and you can ask for hot chocolate. I asked for one hot choco and it wasn't hot when served and the taste was too strong. Not tablea type of strong but weird strong taste. The mango juice was good, not too sweet and tasted like real mangoes.
For the bread/pastry station, they serve white bread, dinner rolls, croissant, pandesal, muffins, and fruit tarts. They also have butter, jams, and cheese (sliced eden cheese?). Didn't bothered tasting any of the bread because they were kinda hard so you have to re-heat or toast it first.
They have Japanese rice, wasabi, nori and crab sticks (and I don't know what else since I wasn't able to see them anymore because they didn't refilled it) at the mini Japanese station. They also have miso soup here. This station looked really sad and uninviting that nobody was getting anything from here (well plus the fact that there's really nothing to get, kasi ubos na).
The salad station was just lettuce, carrots, croutons, corn, parmesan cheese, and thousand island dressing. This was just an okay station. I love salad but I wasn't that super excited with this station.
For the "meals", they have garlic rice, hashbrown, corned beef, chicken hotdog, scrambled egg w spinach and onions, ginisang spanish sardines/canned tuna and an arroz caldo area, too. Complete with hard boiled egg and toasted garlic. Since meat was still not yet allowed, I only tried the scrambled egg and Spanish sardines. The scrambled egg was not fluffy, just the okay type. The spanish sardines was good (like the ones from the bottle) but when I returned for more, they changed it to canned tuna with onions and tomatoes which was super bland!!!!
Mom tried everything and she said they were all just okay.
For dessert, they have 2 kinds of fruits - pineapple and watermelon which were both not sweet and one type of mini chiffon cake.
Overall, it was the Saddest Breakfast in the history of all sad breakfasts. Choices were very limited. Not Kid-Friendly. No pancakes or waffles. No egg/omelet station. And NO BACON. Miski ham or spam man lang, wala rin. Not sure if I'll be happy they don't serve bacon because I won't be tempted to eat it or be sad and sorry for those who are not avoiding meat.
The buffet is 450nett. Considering how limited the choices were, I don't think it's worth it. Better to eat somewhere else. Molito, Alabang Town Center, Westgate, and Commercenter are all super near (they have free shuttle rides, btw).
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I loved it.
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