Yakimix Eat-All-You-Can starts at P520!

*This establishment is now CLOSED. Other Yakimix branches are still open.*

We had a simple company Christmas dinner at Yakimix in Tomas Morato last Dec. 21, 2013. There’s very few of us in the office and so we never really had one until now. The first time I tried Yakimix was back in 2009. I had to take photos with my cellphone secretly because they did not allow picture-taking back then. These days, I think they’ve accepted the idea already as nobody tried to stop me.

Yakimix Tomas Morato

Since Yakimix is primarily a meat-grilling place, there are built-in smokeless cookers on all the tables.

Yakimix Tomas Morato

I was happy to see that they still had the sukiyaki station. They’ve had it since 2009. You put the ingredients you want in a bowl and then pour some piping hot sukiyaki broth in it.

Yakimix Tomas Morato
There’s a very limited selection of sashimi.

Yakimix Tomas Morato
There are maybe twenty varieties of sushi.
Yakimix Tomas Morato

What Yakimix does have a lot of is raw meat for grilling. They have different kinds of chicken, pork, beef, and seafood.

Yakimix Tomas Morato
They even have bacon-wrapped asparagus.
Yakimix Tomas Morato
Spicy cuttlefish too! Most of my dining companions went for fresh shrimp and salmon.
Yakimix Tomas Morato

I personally prefer the US Fat Beef as it’s kind of like the stuff they serve at Korean grill restaurants.

Yakimix Tomas Morato
They even have banchan-like sidings and kimchi.
Yakimix Tomas Morato
Then you go make your own sauce. Too bad there’s no doenjang (Korean soybean paste).
Yakimix Tomas Morato
There are cooked dishes too…
Yakimix Tomas Morato
…such as this Chinese Kale with Sliced Beef.
Yakimix Tomas Morato

I was surprised to find sisig and lechon kawali in the lineup. Everyone liked the lechon kawali as the meat was tender and the skin crunchy. I was unable to snap a photo.

Yakimix Tomas Morato
Fried Mantou with Condensed Milk!
Yakimix Tomas Morato

Desserts consist of fresh fruits, a selection of refrigerated pastries, and a small chocolate fountain with marshmallows and other food items for coating/dipping.

Yakimix Tomas Morato
Everyone was super full after dinner.

When Yakimix first opened a few years ago, I was very impressed by the selection. I think they were among the first to offer affordable eat-all-you-can. Many other establishments have sprung up since then and well, this particular trip did not excite me in any way as the selection paled in comparison to Dads World Buffet which charges a similar buffet rate (only slightly higher than Yakimix’s but they offer more than triple the selection). Also, I felt as if Yakimix now has deteriorated a bit compared to Yakimix then.

Yakimix’s eat-all-you-can rates depend on the day and time you go:

  • Eat & Drink All You Can (Mon-Fri Lunch) P520
  • Eat All You Can (Mon-Fri Dinner) P620
  • Eat All You Can (Weekends & Holidays) P660
  • Eat All You Can (Kids below 4 ft) P380
  • Eat All You Can (Kids below 3 ft) FREE
  • Drink All You Can (Softdrinks and Juices Only) P75

2/F Forum Bldg.,
270 Tomas Morato Ave., Quezon City
3857500 / 3328073
Yakimix has a dozen branches now, you can check the complete and updated list at Yakimix’s Facebook Page.

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