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Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Sambokojin Yakiniku Smokeless Grill



I'm forever a fan of Sambokojin that I kept on coming back since I was asked to do a restaurant review for a food club in my company last year. (We have these interest clubs in our company, think university orgs).

My friends and I would always go to the Eastwood branch since some of our friends work in Eastwood, but this time we tried the EDSA Mandaluyong branch.

Fresh meats, sushi, tempura and other specialties

I was told that the EDSA branch is bigger than the Eastwood branch, but I think otherwise. However, it took a while for the place to be full unlike the Eastwood branch. We didn't even get a reservation (that's the first time I didn't call for reservations at Sambokojin).

For those who aren't too familiar with Sambokojin, it is a Japanese-Korean grill-and-eat-all-you-can restaurant. As I've mentioned before, I'm not a big fan of Japanese food, but I love meat and I love grilling. :)


Sambokojin offers fresh meats and seafood ready to grill like squid, marble beef, tender beef, shrimp, and many more. You can also enjoy Japanese specialties like tempura and various kinds of sushi while grilling the meat. Kamameshi rice is also a must-try.

Kamameshi rice

What I love most about Sambokojin are the desserts!

my ice cream!
Sambokojin has a great array of desserts like cakes, pastries, fondue and ice cream! I would always indulge with the Big Scoop ice cream. Love it!

Here are the rates:

Monday to Friday:
Php 495 – Lunch
Php 595 – Dinner

Saturday and Sunday:
Php 595 – Lunch & Dinner


I'm going back soon! :)

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Sambokojin Yakiniku Smokeless Grill
207 EDSA
Greenhills East
Mandaluyong City
Contact Nos. 7264466, 7264520
Mon to Sun 11am - 2pm
Mon to Thurs 6pm - 10pm
Fri to Sun 5:30pm - 10pm
http://www.sambokojin.com/


Note: The first branch is located at Eastwood Citywalk, Quezon City

32 comments:

  1. wow, i gotta try that!!!

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    followed ur blog, i hope u follow mine also
    thanks!

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    1. You really should! :) Followed you too. Thank you! ;)

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  2. Those pics! I suddenly got hungry, Ang dami ko nang list ng restos na gustong puntahan the next time I visit.

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    1. Hi A! :) You shouln't miss this one when you visit. :)

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  3. I looove yakimix... :)


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    1. You should try this glibtongue! I bet you'll love Sambokojin too! :)

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  4. Me and my blockmates are going there this Saturday!!!! :>
    But we're going to the Eastwood branch, I hope it's not packed D;

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    1. Hi Aileen! I suggest you call up for reservations. :) Enjoy!

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  5. Oh, Eastwood, why must you be so far away? :(

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    1. Hi Wonder Woman! This is the EDSA branch. Which one is nearer to you? :)

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  6. I love Sambokojin too! :D After reading your post, I want to run to the Eastwood branch and pig out.. XD

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  7. I need to try that rice! Yummy! :)

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  8. by the looks of it, ang sarap sarap siguro nyan. gusto kong tikman.

    new follower. hope you could follow me back. How to Become an Einstein? and
    Finding Mirmo: The Lost Cat

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    1. Hi Albert Einstein! Try mo. :)

      Thanks for following, will check your blog too. :D

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  9. Will try this resto soon! Ayoko na sa Yakimix. hehe. Nice photos btw!

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    1. Hi Jeo! Tried Yakimix once, I'm quite biased to Sambokojin.hehe. :D Thanks! :)

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  10. I've been here once! I think it was in the Edsa branch. :) It was really 'magulo' though. The place was so crowded and there were too many people. What I like about them are their sauces though... so many to choose from!

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    1. Hi Mary! Yes, it can be quite crowded since most people come in big groups. Yes, the sauces complement the meat and the seafood well. :)

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  11. I have heard a lot about sambokojin but havn't tried it because of the locations. Hmm some of the items in the dessert looks like from red ribbon hehe

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    1. Hi stacy! Where are you from ba? :) I don't think there are cream puffs in Red Ribbon, but I'm more into ice cream whenever I visit. :D

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  12. Im not also really a fan of Japanese food, except tempura and a few sushi here and there. :D

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    1. Hi Stephanie! I'm not much into sushi, I'm more into grilling meats when I'm in Sambokojin. :D

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  13. Lets go to Yakimix or Buffet soon. Mahilig ka naman pala sa ganito e :)

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  14. Nice post. I actually like the food there. But the place is always packed!

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    1. Hi Diana! Yeah, buffet places tend to be packed. :) Rule of Thumb: reserve! ;)

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    1. Hi Chyng! Haven't tried that yet. Maybe because I'm more into the grilled meat. :)

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