Having started as a delicatessen, Paul Calvin’s has evolved into offering buffet and catering services as well . They recently added new items in their buffet menu while still maintaining a friendly price.
Paul Calvin’s lunch buffet stays at P275 per head while buffet dinner is at P375. Pretty friendly I should say for a cozy place situated at the heart of Fort Bonifacio Global City. Check out their new additions in their buffet menu.
I have to mention as well that I had a deja vu upon seing their malunggay loaf as part of their deli during that dinner invite. I just had a malunggay pandesal for breakfast that same day. I got the malunggay pandesal from SM supermarket shelves the night before. It teased my curiosity and dropped the usual loaf of bread from my grocery list.
Paul Calvin's Malunggay Loaf
I was also amused how I got my tomato pasta cooked on the spot (in front of me) by Chef Paul himself. I failed to ask him though if this was something regular at Paul Calvin’s or a special activity just for the night.
Actually, there were a lot of things I missed in this dinner because I was awesomely late. Now I know that there are two McDonald’s near the Forbes Town Center. One near it, and the other near S&R. Don’t go to the S&R one if you’re going to Paul Calvin’s Deli. Find the one in front of Net1 or Net2 buildings.
*Photos from Paul Calvin’s
To be exact, you can find Paul Calvin’s Deli at Unit F 111 Forbes Town Center / Forbes Wood Heights, Rizal Drive Fort Bonifacio GLobal City, Taguig. Call them at (632)8565900.
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