Wednesday, January 16, 2013

Yakimix - A Place for a Great Mix of Yummy Goodies

My friend and I came from a 'project' which made us really tired and hungry so we decided to have buffet dinner at Yakimix (Tomas Morato, Quezon City). Yakimix is a buffet (eat all you can) restaurant where there is ready-to-eat food and also food-to-grill  on your table.

Since we were really hungry, we started with the  ready-to-eat  food. They had lots of Japanese food which happens to be one of my favorites. There are various  kinds of sushi and sashimi. I like those that are spicy. I also had sukiyaki to go with these little bite-size goodies. I love sukiyaki. While their sukiyaki is okay, I can't say it's the best one in town. It's a little bit too sweet for me but again, I still say it's okay.

my 'starter' set
The name Yakimix gives the impression that it only serves Japanese food but in reality they do have other dishes for those who cannot take things uncooked. They have lechon kawali (crispy fired pork), string beans, a spicy chicken dish, etc.

While eating tempura and sushi we also started grilling the meat and seafoods we got. We had various kinds of seafoods and meat but we took a lot of salmon, shrimps and bacon. the salmon and the shrimps are what I  would call bestsellers. I've seen the shrimp tray go empty within seconds after it's brought out by the waiter. The grilling part is nice because you get the chance to 'cook' your own food. It gives you things to do while eating and chatting. 

First batch of fresh shrimps and other seafoods

Grilling 'em shrimps

For less than P700 this eat all you can offer is really good. You get to eat a lot of yummy Japanese food plus some more. And it also comes with a drink all you can offer. You can have iced tea or soda. I wonder if this is their response to Viking's drink and all you can offer. Anyway, I liked the red iced tea.

Yakimix is along Tomas Morato cor. Sct. Limbaga. It is easy to find -- a block or two away from Tomas Morato cor. Timog. They have parking space on the side of he building.

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