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CHECK IT OUT: Sambo Kojin in Greenhills
A bigger yakiniku spot opens for grill-all-you-can fans.
Published on: Mar 15, 2011 - 1:35pm

On the agenda at Sambo Kojin: grill-all-you-can and eat-all-you-can. Click for more photos.

Sambo Kojin
207 EDSA, San Juan
Tel. Nos. 726-4466, 726-4520
Open from 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. (Monday to Sunday);
6-10 p.m.(Monday-Thursday dinner); 5:30 p.m. - 10 p.m. (Friday-Sunday dinner)

Sambo Kojin, a grill-all-you-can, eat-all-you-can restaurant, opened its second outpost along EDSA in San Juan.

The new spot for a cook-it-yourself dining experience offers dizzying choices with Japanese and Korean yakiniku items like marbled beef, tender beef, ox tongue, pork bulgogi, chicken, salmon, mahi mahi, ika (squid), prawns, shrimps, kani (crabstick), bacon rolls, fish cake, quail eggs, enoki, shitake and a variety of vegetables. The sushi barís offerings include salmon, tuna, tamago, ika, kani, California Maki, Shake Maki, Tekka Maki, Futo Maki, Sakana Chiisu Maki, Thunder Rolls, Tropical Rolls, California Unagi Rolls, Dragon Rolls, Alligator Rolls, and Spider Rolls.

Those who want a quick bite while waiting for the grilled items to cook can feast on Japanese and Korean specialties like Gyoza, Fish Nagisa, Sukiyaki, Tofu Steak, Beef Stew, Chapchae, pancakes, and clams with soft tofu, while a modest dessert bar with a selection of cakes, chocolate fondue and fruits await those with a sweet tooth.

The eat-all-you-can rate is P495 except on holidays; lunch on Saturdays and Sundays is P595; dinner from Monday to Sunday is P595 and P295 for children.

Photos by Jean Natividad

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  • autumn
    masarap ba dito?worth it ba?
    May 08 2012 @ 11:02pm     Reply  
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