Six Doors Buffet - The PH's first 3D table mapping dining just turned 1!

Brace yourself as the PH's first table mapping 3D dining experience just turned ONE and they're offering an addition to their buffet.

Six Doors Buffet - Is a buffet restaurant that opened last year in Uptown Mall. It became popular as its the first 3D buffet in the Philippines. Why Six Doors? Its because they have six VIP themed-rooms and each room offers a Butler style service, a premium selection from the menu and the 3D features. The concept was originally from Singapore.

(Photos grabbed from my foodie blogger friend @chizbun check her out! :D)
(My foodie/lifestyle blogger friend @eboymdonato check him out on IG ;)) 

The rooms use around four to six projectors. The table mapping is exclusive to the VIP rooms, but the 3D technology extends to the main dining room. The VIP room also allows a maximum of six people in a private room with the live 3D projection mapping for an entertaining meal. I had to grab the photos from my other blogger friends as had to leave early. :( 

The whole restaurant occupies a massive space inside the mall. It can accommodate up to 344 guests at a time. Each table has its own smokeless grill where guests can cook their own barbecue dishes. The buffet offers several choices of appetizers, fresh meat for grilling, several options for Japanese and Chinese food, dessert and even for wine and beverage:

In celebration of their anniversary, Six Doors Buffet added a new service: TEPPANYAKI! They also offer unlimited choices of meat and seafood to be prepared by the Teppanyaki Chefs.

This holiday season you can enjoy Six Doors with their discounted prices: 699php for lunch and 999php for dinner. 

Address: Second Floor, Uptown Place Mall, 36th Street Corner 9th Avenue, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City
Open Hours: Mon to Sun:  11:30am - 2:30pm / 5:30pm to 10pm
Instagram: @sixdoors3dbbqbuffet
SIX Doors Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

Disclaimer: This was an invite by Six Doors 3D BBQ Buffet House but all opinions stated in this blog posts are mine.


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