Sambokojin Buffet Price:
Monday to Friday LUNCH P 599
Monday to Friday DINNER P 699
Saturday – Sunday and Holidays LUNCH & DINNER P 749
Children’s Buffet price:4′- 4’6″ P 330
3′ – Below 4 ft. P280
Below 3 ft. FREE
70 Yrs Old and above – 50% Off
I told my husband about it so we decided to eat at Sambokojin after the graduation of my son. My husband called two days before to reserve.
We arrived before 11AM so we have to wait for the restaurant to open. I went to the comfort room first and when I went back, my family was inside the restaurant ordering for their drinks. Bottomless drink is P95.
This is our table, I noticed that there is no more fat to grease the pan and plate of Korean appetizers such as kimchi, bean sprouts, spinach, sweet spicy dilis. It was available last time we ate in Sambokojin.
I filled up the “Free Buffet for the graduate” and submitted it to the staff. Then, of course, we started eating.
The staff gave us Kamameshi rice but if you want more rice (plain), you can ask for it.
My son enjoyed grilling the food more than eating. He still ate his favorite ebi tempura, miso soup and ice cream. We’re so busy eating and the place was crowded so I have limited pictures.
1. We enjoyed our eat-all-you-can experience. My mom and mother-in-law enjoyed the yakinuku experience
2. The service is good. The staff always asks if you want to refill your drinks.
3. My son received a graduate souvenir from Sambokojin. A certificate with a hand print.
1. I chose Sambokojin restaurant because of the “free buffet graduate promo” but I did not avail it anymore because it is more expensive. If you read the mechanics “free buffet for the graduate, just bring 2 full paying guest”. The mechanics did not inform that the 2 full paying guest is at P749 each. It was Thursday, so I was expecting the rate is at P599. But the P599 is a promo price lang pala.
I was disappointed with the promo, maybe if my son was not Kinder, makakasave ko sa promo. Good thing they let me choose kung ano rate babayaran ko. #kuripot
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