Food Court at Solaire

Upon arriving at Solaire Resort and Casino, we were greeted with the modern and captivating Food Court. Unlike the standard food courts we see in shopping malls, this one had a unique ceiling design that immediately caught our attention. We were excited to try out the different restaurants available, which offered a range of Western and Asian cuisines.


The Food Court featured six restaurants, each with its own unique menu. Chicken Licken offered delicious fried chicken, while Americano served up classic American dishes. Patisserie had a selection of cakes, croissants, and muffins for those with a sweet tooth. Filipiniana showcased traditional Filipino dishes, while Pan Asian offered a variety of Asian cuisine. Lastly, Sapporo had a selection of Japanese dishes.

(Note:  It's likely that the restaurant options have changed since this post was made a long time ago. It's possible that new restaurants have been added to the area, or some of the restaurants mentioned may have closed down. It's always a good idea to do some research and check current reviews before making a decision on where to dine).



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



We decided to try out Pan Asian and Filipiniana. HB opted for the Beef Rendang with Basmati rice, which he found to be just the right amount of spicy. I, on the other hand, went for the Sinigang na Baka, a traditional Filipino soup dish. Unfortunately, the soup turned out to be too sour for my liking, and HB agreed with me.

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

One thing we appreciated about the Food Court was the free water station. It was a great option for those who prefer not to drink sugar-sweetened or caffeinated beverages.

 

Overall, our experience at the Food Court was enjoyable. The casual environment and range of cuisines made it a great spot for a quick lunch or dinner. We would definitely recommend it to anyone visiting Solaire Resort and Casino.


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