January 30, 2016

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    Located at the luxurious EDSA Shangri-La hotel, HEAT offers sumptuous all-day dining for its guests.

    HEAT is an all-day restaurant that offers sumptuous serving for its guests, masterfully prepared by international executive chefs. The dining offers Asian and continental specialties through a lavish buffet with a live-kitchen concept.

    The spacious restaurant has a seating capacity of 426 people that also offers an outdoor setting that has a garden and a pool view. But if you want to dine there privately, you can do so by choosing among its private rooms called Celsius, Kelvin, Rankine, and Fahrenheit.

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    As for HEAT’s buffet servings, you will see various dishes of international cuisine. The restaurant’s culinary team led by its executive chef presents their interpretation of Filipino favorites, and other dishes which cater to the taste of its foreign guests.

    In its setting, station chefs prepare the dishes right before the customers’ eyes which make the dining experience more engaging. The buffet is spread into stations such as the Seafood, Asian, Soup, Pizza, Grill, Carving, and Dessert. All these stations are filled with flavorful dishes with an added modern flair for a more interesting savor.

    HEAT serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner buffet to its guests during weekdays and weekends. Check out their monthly offerings as they innovate more dishes for a great culinary journey.

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    Photos courtesy of: Edsa Shangri-La Website

                 
               
               
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