Looking for a place to go this summer? Why not try a historical tour and explore Corregidor Island? Learn more about the Philippines and its interesting past. It’s high time to get ready for a little adventure, an ultimate scenic splendour and a whole lot of learning. For more details regarding the scheduled tours, please check out Corregidor Philippines.
And we exactly did just that. For this excursion, we availed of the day tour package which included round trip ferry transfers, a guided island tour, shrine and entrance fees and buffet lunch.
In this post, Corregidor’s lunch buffet will be
served errr featured. You may check out superpaopao.com for the full tour experience. But as of now, let’s get down to business and talk about F-O-O-D.
Lunch was served after the first half of the tour. We headed over to the island’s only hotel, the Corregidor Inn for our first meal of the day. We were in a hurry that morning and had no time to grab breakfast. Needless to say we were starving when lunchtime came. We were welcomed with refreshing drinks and a courteous hotel staff assisted us to the buffet area.
As we were approaching our table, something inside me screamed, Yaayyy! Finally, Food!
Our tour’s buffet selections included a do-it-yourself salad bar, creamy mushroom soup for starters, tomato basil pasta, chopsuey, shredded pork with oyster sauce and chicken afritada.
My top picks are the tomato basil pasta and chicken afritada. These two were able to meet my expectations in terms of flavour and consistency. The rest of the dishes were just okay. Nothing much to rave about. Overall, the food was decent and filling. The menu packed enough variety to enable you to regain the strength and energy you need to enjoy and go on with the remaining half day’s worth of tour and activities.
I learned from our tour guide that the hotel’s daily buffet menu varies from time to time so it may be possible that you will be served a different set altogether on your tour.
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