Few days ago, Ana, Gena and I had dinner at Yakimix. Ana and I craved for some good Japanese food and we thought that this good food restaurant will definitely satisfy our craving. We tagged along Gena, our close and good friend, to join the pigging out night. Not really our first time here, second in Tomas Morato, Quezon City, and once at Trinoma, North Edsa, Quezon City. Yakimix is a Japanese, Cantonese and Korean Cuisine Buffet Restaurant here in the Philippines. Haven’t checked if they have branches in other countries, though. Price is a bit high, but is actually worth the experience and the wait for good food.
Yakimix is kinda new here in the Philippines but already gained popularity for its good food and smokeless grill. It was a Friday, and we arrived around 8pm after fixing some of Ana’s personal chores. As expected, we are on the waiting list, 13th actually, nice number huh? We had our table for three after one hour which was actually fast, since some groups ahead of us decided to go. Most likely can’t wait much longer for they are already starving. Well, we are also starving to death but we did wait ofcourse since we really like the good food here.
They serve dinner at 5:30pm and the last call for the good food is at 11pm, but you can still stay until 1130pm to 12mn.
|Yakimix Paper Mat|
Even I’m starving, I really took some time taking pictures of what they have. Paper mat here with some numbers for comments and suggestions.
Ana really got some good food here, scallops, squid balls, bacon, ham, squid, crabsticks and etc as first batch for the smokeless grill. Sorry, there are a lot of good food there so I wasn’t able to get some of the names of what Ana had for this batch. (“,)
|Ana’s First Plate|
Ana had some salad, crabsticks, tuna and salmon sushi. She loves sushi, no question she had it first.
|My First Plate|
Here is my first batch. I took some plain rice, fried rice, fried wanton, egg omelette, beef with broccoli, Tofu with mushroom, some Pork Tonkatsu and a slice of Lechon Kawali.
I wasn’t able to take a shot of Gena’s plate, though. After taking some pictures, we had some more plates of good food for grilling, tasted some more dishes and had some desserts. We took off around 1130pm and called it a night. (“,)
Dinner priced at Php599 on weekends and Php499 on weekdays, lunch is about Php100 less.
Tomas Morato, Quezon City, Metro Manila, Phils.
Tel. no. +62 (2) 332-8073