There are many buffet restaurants here in Davao from the expensive in hotels like Marco Polo to very inexpensive.
We have tried many and we keep end up going back to Palace Buffet. The one we go to is in the Victoria Plaza parking compound. It is clean and we serviced, there is plenty of parking and are open 7 days a week. There is a second location on MacArthur Hwy at the corner of Tulip in Matina.
As soon as you’re seated, we get up and grab our plates. There is soup, plain and fried rice, pancit Canton which is a thin noodle with vegetables and a sauce. They always have a pork, beef, chicken, fish item. Some fried, some in gravy. The other night we were there and they had crabs too. There was sweet and sour pork that was delicious, and pork asado. The chicken was buttered chicken which is actually fried chicken.
They also have a area with sushi/california rolls, kinilaw which is raw tuna and small dried fish. There is wasabi available to compliment your tastes.They have salad area and a desert area with little slices of cakes such as carrot cake, a chocolate peanut butter brownie.
There is a HaloHalo area where there is lechie, sago which is a type of tapioca, sweet beans, Ube which is a sweet purple yam, sweet corn kernels and Leche Flan. All this you can put over shaved ice.
I usually just eat enough until not hungry, but the past 2 times there I was actually full when we got up to leave. The personnel are always nice and friendly and service is good and the price is under 300 Php excluding beverages.