I am not so big on birthdays much as I do not give a darn about age, but I wanted to try Yakimix for the longest time, what with all the hype and praises surrounding this popular all-you-can-eat Asian buffet for years, and a birthday is a good excuse to do so.
We arrived a little past 11am, just in time before crowds rushed in. With its elegant chandeliers and modern minimalist scheme, Yakimix gives off this tasteful, aristocratic ambiance that you don’t normally see in average-priced buffet restos.
|Obligatory group shot|
Impressive as it is, I excitedly took a few shots despite hunger. A staff was quick enough to warn me that photo taking is not allowed, at least outside your respective table, so my buffet table shots were either taken from our place by the window or using my camera phone.
I like how the tuna and salmon sushi and sashimi are so fresh though, and found myself forking over for a second helping.
|So many meats for grillilng! And this is only round 1!|
|Ala-carte dishes: Baked shrimp fried rice with carbonara sauce, mussel with tomato,
cheese pizza, kani salad and brocolli with bacon cheese sauce
|Lechon macau. Pampabata.|
|Desserts. You could skip this part. Not worth the jaw exercise.|
BUT, I have to say that I immensely enjoyed the ice cream station, where you can scoop to your heart’s content and pepper your ice cream with an assortment of toppings like candy and choco sprinkles, marshmallows, chocolate chips and M&Ms. If you’re not in the mood for self-service, you may opt for other Nestle and Selecta ice cream products like Pinipig and flavored Popsicles.
|Refreshing blue lemonade. Sarap!|