There are many buffet restaurants in Manila nowadays. So many, in fact, that you may be hard pressed in deciding which ones are actually worth including in your list of “must-try.” What makes Vikings stand out? Well, when the restaurant claims they have international cuisine they really mean it – and it shows at a glance, too. From dishes that include citrus marinated salmon and asparagus panna cota for appetizers, roasted wagyu and de-constructed cordon bleu for main course, and chocolate Nutella squares and red velvet cookie for dessert, you can literally have a food trip by going around the different sections of Vikings. Combine that with an elegantly understated ambiance and you have the makings of a great dining experience.