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Grill-All-You-Can At Tajimaya


This restaurant is a haven for grilled-food lovers. Buffet per pax costs P600 which includes salad, unlimited rice and bottomless iced-tea. Clean plate is a must also, so it's best to order what you can just eat only and then order again if you still think your belly can accommodate the yummy food. It will cost you between P100- 200 for leftovers. On the other hand, I think paying for leftovers is a nice way to instill in us not to waste food. Two thumbs up to Tajimaya for this clean-plate policy! :)

The beef strips are the best, shrimp comes second. The rest are just ok. The pork strips- nevermind. Go for the beef! No need to order the sausages and squidballs. Concentrate on the beef and shrimps and chicken. Hmmmm ... not sure if they serve fish since we weren't offered any when we dined there.

Located at Mall of Asia, the restaurant has a nice view of Manila Bay. Best time to go there around 5pm just in time to watch the sunset. There are only two tables that has the best view of Manila Bay, so be early. Otherwise, be prepared to grab other tables because from what I heard, the waiting line can be longish on certain days and time.








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