After much teasing, my Aunt finally gave in and decided to treat me and my best friend at Yakimix Podium because she got promoted! Congrats Tita!!!
Yakimix is the best place for Eat All You Can Japanese, Korean and Chinese Cuisine. My best friend Suzi even bought a new dress to wear on my Aunt’s blowout. Now, before visiting Yakimix Podium, I’ve read several reviews about the food buffet in Yakimix Podium and here are real people’s review around the world wide web…
Review Of The Eat All You Can At Yakimix Podium
Grace of pupupiewithbabybear.blogspot.in reviewed Yakimix Podium. She really like the food and the ambiance over Yakimix Podium.
We seated near the buffet station 😀 ambiance of Yakimix is elegant and chillJapanese food are very interesting, The variety — raw, fried, grilled, cooked, and all the lively colours are too good to resist po they have noodles and pasta too but we werent able to try them because we found ourselves drawn to the raw food items that can be grilled . we love the interactive unlimited cook-your-own food dining styleService is prompt and friendly too, and the restaurant itself is definitely elegant and comfortable.More of the Review Here
Another Review is by Michy of Dekaphobe.com. She first visited Yakimix Podium two years ago with her friends. She loved the food served there in the buffet but also some things she didn’t like.
Some of the staff are kinda stiff, like the guy who served our drinks and cleared our table. I appreciate the friendly guys at the buffet area. Thumps up for this guy who personally approached me as soon as the tempura was refilled.For desserts, I helped myself with scoops of ice cream, buchi, mini cheesecakes, leche flan and other pastries. I’m okay with dessert as long as I have ice cream, but I’ll happily skip the pastries the next time.Read More of the Review Here
Gretchen of Filipinaexplorer.com reviewed a branch of Yakimix that is Yakimix Manila. She visited this Yakimix branch; Robinson’s Place Manila in Ermita with her family on her birthday. Her husband loved their lechon macau… also tempura are a must try!
For starters, we spooned off some chicken brocolli flower cream soup. Thick, creamy and flavorful, it is a filling and delightful starter to a meal. Other soups are available like crab and corn and sukiyaki for those who like variety.
I particularly loved the savory red curry beef, the chicken wing chili pepper, and pork bacon with sauce, which tasted like liempo. Yum! Because they are already pre-seasoned, cooking them over the smokeless grill was so easy, and doesn’t leave you smelling like coal and barbeque.
There are a few ala-carte dishes for those who don’t want to grill their own, such as spicy chicken and Japanese style cheese and crabstick ball. The baked brocolli with bacon cheese sauce takes the cake, though. I love, love, love this dish.
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Negative Reviews about Eat All You Can at Yakimix
Jerellt of jerelltabenoja.com was not that satisfied with the food. She visited Yakimix Manila. She found that the there was not much variety in food at the buffet. Moreover, the buffet did not include beverages.
I wasn’t able to take photos of the other dishes. The choices were a bit limited, but we specifically enjoyed their Tempura and the baby potatoes! These two saved the day!
I also noticed that they only serve one kind of dimsum and only a few kinds of rice rolls.
I actually felt robbed considering that most of the food choices were just so-so. I know this may sound like a rant, but we all felt that we didn’t get what we paid for.
Another disappointment is the fact that the buffet spread does not include beverages. Customers need to pay an additional amount for their drinks.
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Yakimix Buffet Price
All Prices at Yakimix are NET (Inclusive of VAT and NO SERVICE CHARGE).
NO LEFTOVER/TAKEOUT for Eat or Drink All You Can is allowed. Otherwise for the
Left Over Price, you are charged P699.
Bottled Water is available at P30. San Miguel Beer (Light & Pale Pilsen) is also available at P60.
Food Styles Offered at Yakimix
There are many different styles of food offered at Yakimix. They provide buffets of Chinese, Filipino, Italian, Japanese and Korean Cuisine. Seafood, Sushi Bars, Pizza and Thai Food are also available. It has also recently launched American Cuisine.
Yakimix has really a great variety of food available. I am surely going to try the recently launched American Cuisine at Yakimix. Also, the sushi bars and seafood seems very yummy! The most exciting part about the Yakimix Podium is cooking over their smokeless grill. I have never cooked before over a smokeless grill. It is going to be my first experience. I am surely going to enjoy it. Feeling very excited about my visit !!!!
Review of Yakimix From People around the World at Twitter
— Sharon R. Martin (@scarletsascha) June 17, 2012
— AJ Chace GUTIERREZ (@iamAJGutierrez) April 7, 2013
Team Dinner (@ Yakimix – Podium, Ortigas Center Pasig City) http://t.co/iIP3vPZJ
— Nestle Angeles (@nestleangeles) January 15, 2013
Review of Yakimix From People around the World at Facebook
Branches of Yakimix Philippines
G/F Hobbies of Asia, Diosdado Macapagal Blvd, Pasay City
Yakimix Tomas Morato
2/F 270 Tomas Morato Ave, Quezon City
G/F Entertainment Mall, SM Mall of Asia, Pasay City
836-1535, 836-1536, 836-1537
3/F Greenbelt 3, Makati City
475-5153, 475-5154, 998-8039
4/F Trinoma, Quezon City
861-1718, 861-4022, 901-0057
5/F The Podium, Mandaluyong City
806-4331, 806-5367, 634-0302
G/F SM Masinag, Antipolo City
Yakimix North EDSA
G/F SM North EDSA, Quezon City
4/F Robinsons Place Manila, Manila City
Upper Ground Level, Alabang Town Center, Muntinlupa City
Ground floor of KCC Veranza Mall
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