Saturday, September 12, 2009

Buffet in Hard Rock

We went to Hard Rock yesterday and as usual we eat in the buffet. When we come here every week, we eat and play the slot machines. We only go to a casual dining which is called Satisfaction Buffet. They have Asian, Grilled, Salads, Seafood, Pastas and Bakery. The bakery is awesome. It has a huge chocolate fondue, different cake, fruit patries and ice cream. Plus, so much more.
This is the Satisfaction Buffet, awesome place right? The Asian chef is a Filipino who came from Hawaii. Was thrilled to hear him say something in FILIPINO to his colleagues and he was teasing them.
Hard Rock wants their guests to enjoy especially those who play in the casino. Therefore, they offer this: WEDNESDAYS/FRIDAYS 50% OFF on Buffets

How to Avail:

*Just show your ID (Passport, State ID and others) and get a Players Club Card at the players card desk. It will take 2 minutes to get it.

* Proceed to the buffet. Once you pay, show your players club card and ID.

This is just an estimate:
You can eat around $10 for breakfast, $13 for Lunch and $22 for dinner. Now, if you have the card, breakfast is only $5, lunch is 6.5 and dinner is $11 only.

Remember: the discount is good only for Wednesdays and Fridays. On Fridays: make sure you come before 6PM.

We had a funny experience when go there on a Friday. We came in at 7:30 for dinner and we had $74 in our bill for the three of us. SHOCKS! We are so hungry so we proceed.

My father in law then played the slot machines. He won $125. So, we took back the money we spent for dinner. That was a LUCK.

1 comment:

  1. oi kalami sa life nimo ga.sige lang ka ug suroy.


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