I tried so many kinds of sushi (pictured above, left) that I can't remember all the names. Aside from the sushi section, YakiMix also has a sukiyaki station (pictured above, right), a salad bar, a short order station featuring a combination of Chinese and Japanese dishes (fried rice, noodles, sweet and sour pork, tempura... etc.), an extensive aisle of raw meat that you will cook on your table grill, a sauce-mixing area, and a dessert table with cakes, pastries, and a freezer full of Selecta popsicles and ice cream. I loved that there are a lot of anti-suya sidings like atchara, kimchi, spinach, and pickled vegetables (pictured below, right).
The most popular of all the raw meat variants on display is definitely the US Fat Beef (pictured above, left). Other types of meat available include Spicy HK Chicken, Beef Pepper Steak, Pork Barbecue, Bacon Pork, Squid, and a whole lot more. There are at least a dozen types of marinated meat for the grilling, all you have to do is pick the ones you like and take them to your table to cook. YakiMix features smokeless table grills so you don't come out of the restaurant smelling like the food.
This is definitely a good place for carnivores to feast in, although I personally prefer KingOne Rotary Hot Pot. I find that the sushi and meat overload fills me up really fast, but it's really great value for money since an eat-all-you-can and drink-all-you-can lunch at YakiMix from Monday to Saturday costs only P499 per person. Dinners, Sunday and holiday lunches cost P580 per head -- plus an additional P55 for drink-all-you-can. Kids below 4 ft. can dine for P380 each.
YakiMix has a no leftover policy. The Leftover Price is P699 per head, so better make sure you can eat everything you get from the buffet spread. Reservations are highly recommended since the place is always jam-packed. If you do plan to walk in, make sure you do so at either 11am or 6pm sharp -- when they open for lunch and dinner.
I would like to apologize for the quality of the photos. I had to take them on the sly using my cellphone since YakiMix prohibits taking pics of their food. The waiter immediately reacted as soon as he saw me whip out my camera at the buffet area. I felt that the place is worth sharing though so I took the effort to take pics and blog about it. :)
BC 25, Hobbies of Asia, Diosdado Macapagal Blvd.
Pasay City, Metro Manila
Unit 122-126, G/F SM Mall of Asia, Pasay City
2/F Forum Bldg.,
270 Tomas Morato Ave., Quezon City
3857500 / 3328073
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