Tramway Timog

65 Timog Ave Paligsahan, Quezon City Metro Manila Philippines (02) 415-2005
Tramway 3.8 5 6 1
Emily Reyes

Emily Reyes had Yang Chow Fried Rice, Two- Way Fish, California Maki, Chinese Dimsums, Tramway Fried Chicken, Sweet and Sour Pork, Yang Chow Fried Rice, California Maki, and Soup of the Day


My family and I are very happy to come back at Tramway Garden Buffet. We just waited for a few minutes before the courteous receptionist called us in. We were surprised to find out their new menu. My new favorite is the Two Way Fish ( the salt and pepper and saute fish). And of course, I didn't miss my all time favorites which are the Original Tramway Fried Chicken, Sweet and Sour Pork and their Yang Chow Fried Rice. We enjoyed quality food in a affordable price! It's always a good idea dining at Tramway!

2 years ago


wrote a review

Great value for your money!!!!


Me and my siblings go there all the time and we always have great value for our money. Buffet only costs Php199 but there are many varieties of food. I especially love the siomai and sharksfin dumplings. They are really to die for!
The place is like an ordiary eatery and you couln't get much ambiance but the place is okay is okay if you're planning for just the food.

7 years ago


wrote a review

Tramway to go!


better than expected! Tramway actually provides greeaaat value for money - just the steamed lapu-lapu was worth it! Look at my foodshots and full review here:

8 years ago


wrote a review


We were hoping to have a good time at tramway timog (coz we tried the Banawe branch and we cant forget the experience, plus the place was highly recommended by my mum in law) that's why we chose it there for my son's bday. We came in a little before 2:30 (my parents came in first) and they were starting the buffet when we came in.

I was kinda confused why the place was not packed when they really have a super low buffet price of P199. so I "confirmed" the price, lo and behold, it was P328, coz it was their Sunday Special Buffet for Lunch something. We'll that was costlier that the P199, but since my folks started, ok, I was prepared to pay the price.

The biggest disappointment was when I was asking for the maki, the waitress told me that the last refill was last 2:30. Confused, I went back to the table and finished my first plate. Pondering why we can't have another round of refills when we paid the "Sunday Special Buffet" I ask again and was told that the buffet is until 3:00 pm. I was also told that the buffet will soon be pulled out so we have to get the food we can consume, and we can stay there until 3:30. Gosh, I was just starting!

It was soooo IRRESPONSIBLE of the staff to still let us in when the buffet is officially until 2:30 and not informing us, thinking we still have 30 mins to eat. The restaurant is a BUFFET restaurant. They should not be expecting people to eat for 30 mins. I lost my appetite to eat. And the staff were swift to pull out everything (even the refillable iced tea, when we just got our first round of it).

Of course I was mad yet I calmly approached the Manager in charge to maybe consider giving us a discount coz we were really not able to eat properly. And sure enough she gave me less than P100 discount (for my father's senior citizen sweet). After I've explained my complaint, she ordered that we be given take out stuffs that I dare not partake of. Who knows what was done to the food because we were complaining and all.

Bottomline, the management should have a standard procedure of sort when admitting costumers coming in past a "set time" before the end of the buffet. Clients should be informed, at least, of the actual scenario to happen (buffet will be pulled out by this time and no more iced tea by that time...). And management should be ready to negotiate, may be a discount (bigger than P100) should be given. An amount enough to compensate the client's ruined day. In my case, MY SON'S BIRTHDAY.

I'm thankful at least my parents were around to appease me. Still hungry, a good coffee and cakes were able to pacify my angry mood. It was a very bad experience. I am not going to encourage my friends to visit that place.

9 years ago


wrote a review

Wallet Wise and Tummy Wise


he food is rich and elegant buffet a combination of pilipino, chinese and japanese menu in one. This is a cheapest buffet in town that serve 30 to 40 dishes for the price of US$4 net per person (unless it increase now), Try this place you wont regrets its yummy.....dont forget to try there sweet and sour pork i love it, and the butchie w a sweet mongo felling inside.

10 years ago


wrote a review

Small Price, Big Food


If pigging out like there's no tomorrow is your trip, then a visit to Tramway over at Timog is the way to go. They first stood shop in Banawe and transferred to Timog early this year. Last time I was there, the price for total food overload was P170, I think. They serve everything in a long, buffet table including dessert, Filipino and Chinese, with an extra table on the side for fruits. I can't remember a time I left Tramway without seeing double because of too much food intake, it's crazy. For good eat-all-you-can food at affordable rates, drop by Tramway. It's well worth it.

10 years ago


Chinese , Filipino , Japanese Casual Dining
P150 - 300
  • M, T, W, Th, F, Sa, Su: 11:00AM - 2:00PM
  • M, T, W, Th, F, Sa, Su: 6:00PM - 10:00PM
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