Japanese Yakiniku in Baguio City

Do you know that you can enjoy Japanese Yakiniku in Baguio?

Yakiniku, meaning “Grilled meat” is a Japanese term that, in its broadest sense, refers to grilled meat cuisine.

“Yakiniku” commonly refers to a Japanese style of cooking bite-size meat and vegetables on griddles over a flame of wood charcoals or on an electric grill.

If you want to eat authentic Japanese Yakiniku, just visit TAJIMAYA and experience delicious Japanese food.

In this restaurant, you can eat authentic charcoal grilled meat which is pretty common in Japan.

They offer all-you-can-eat buffet, so you can enjoy Yakiniku as much as you want.

Of course, there are many other menus besides all-you-can-eat, but I strongly recommend to try their unlimited buffet.

The all-you-can-eat menu includes beef and pork as well as chicken, fish, squid and sausages, so you can be definitely satisfied. Just like in Japan, salads and kimchi come with all you can eat here in TAJIMAYA.

And the most fascinating thing is that they don’t have a limitation on time. There are not so many unlimited all-you-can-eat meals in Japan.

The price of all-you-can-eat is 549 pesos on weekdays and 599 pesos on weekends, which is not so expensive as compared in Japan, so it is affordable even when you are on a tight budget.

What’s more iced tea and craft beer are included in the menu, so it may be reasonable for you.

You can also enjoy Japanese liquor aside from local beers such as San Miguel Beer and Red Horse Beer.

It is open from 11:00 in the morning to 11:00 in the evening, so you can bring it a little late for dinner.

Let’s try one of the most popular food in Japan here in Baguio!

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