Food Court at Solaire

Upon arrival at Solaire Resort and Casino, we grabbed a quickie late lunch at the Food Court. The place is very modern and the ceiling is riveting, different from the standard food court we have in the shopping malls. It has a casual environment offering a range of Western and Asian cuisines.


Food Court features 6 restaurants for diners to choose from, namely Chicken Licken, Americano, Patisserie, Filipiniana, Pan Asian and Sapporo.


The Patisserie provides a selection of cakes, croissants and muffins.



HB opted for Beef Rendang with Basmati rice (P250) at Pan Asian. He likes the good amount of spiciness. However, I wasn't impressed with my order - Sinigang na Baka (P240) from Filipiniana. The soup turned out to be too sour. HB agrees with me. And I certainly noticed small serving sizes. 

Sinigang na Baka
Beef Rendang with Basmati Rice
For our snack, I also ordered Hand-chopped Beef Burger with fries (P240) at Americano, and Choco Berry (P80) at Chicken Licken for take-out. The burger was fine but the bread was a little bit dry. The choco berry was delicious. (sorry no pics)

Here are some of the menus to peruse your dining options.

Pan Asian
Filipiniana
Americano
Chicken Licken
Patisserie
Sapporo
Sapporo
Food Court has a free water station. :tup It's favorable for those who don't like sugar-sweetened and caffeine beverages.
 

As a first time diner, I wasn't really impressed as much as I thought I would be. On a positive note, I really like the Food Court's cool interior.

Till next time... toodles,
June

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