24 Sep 2018 - 5 min read
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Sambo Kojin usually comes to mind whenever one thinks of Korean and Japanese grill restaurants. To satisfy its diners, it only uses high-grade US beef and seafood meticulously selected by food specialists. This is the place to be if you want a delightful feast with your loved ones.You can expect only the freshest meats and vegetables at every visit.
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The name of the restaurant was based from two words: "samgyupsal" which means "pork belly" in Korean, and "salamat", the Filipino word for "thank you". It has its own factory that supplies top-grade meats to all branches. The restaurant promises that even though they're supplying unlimited meats, quality will never be compromised.
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Unlimited samgyupsal and beef brisket await diners at Hwango-Sa. The restaurant also serves traditional Korean favorites such as chapchae, bulgogi, and kimchi.
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All 4 U is a Korean buffet restaurant with pleasant and inviting interiors. Aside from the look of the place, the restaurant boasts of its selection of Korean treats made using the freshest ingredients. Guests can also choose a free add-on, which can be a bowl of ramen, an ice cream, or a drink.
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Dine in with your family in one of the oldest restaurants in Aguirre Avenue. Sing Sing serves delectable grilled and pork perfect for diners who can make the most out of an unlimited meat offer. The best part is that you can stay in the restaurant as long as you want!
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Before opening stores in the Philippines, Seoul Garden has been operating in Singapore, Malaysia, Vietnam, and Indonesia. Aside from grilled beef and pork, this buffet restaurant's main stars include their hotpot options. Students can get a discount when they present their school IDs.
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Head over to Go! Kizip for an unlimited shabu-shabu experience. A hit among those who work at night, the restaurant serves diners any time of the day. Whether you're having late-night Korean cravings or just wanting to snack on grilled meats, Go! Kizip is the restaurant to visit.
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Aside from the restaurant's unlimited pork and beef promos, diners keep coming back for the wide range of side dishes available. It is a popular choice among professionals working in Makati's business district. Additionally, the restaurant has bright interiors, making the food look more tempting than they already are. Want to try the real deal? Book your flight to Seoul now to experience eat-all-you-can Korean restaurants!]]>