My birthday month is not yet over! After our 14 days trip to Panay Island, we finally had the chance to sit down and enjoy our food without rushing. Whenever we are on a tipid travel, we make it a point to eat just enough to compensate our whole day activities so we can also maximize our fund. Talking about “tipid”, this Sigsaga Yakiniku Buffet in Las Piñas will definitely worth your money. Why? Scroll down and see for yourself!
Sigsaga Yakiniku Buffet can cater to 80 people, each table has its own portable stove. They have a small mezzanine that can accommodate up-to 20 people, perfect for small gatherings or events. It has its own buffet table too so there’s no hassle for you to go downstairs just to get your food.
We went there around lunch time on a weekday, the place gets easily crowded I suggest better get your reservation to avoid the hassle of waiting for your seats. Wear comfortable clothes too, even though they are fully air-conditioned you may feel a little bit warm especially if every tables are occupied.
First stop for their buffet is the Salad Bar, it may looked ordinary but I love how crisp and fresh the lettuce are. It has no bitter taste.
Because we Filipinos can’t eat without rice, say hello to carbs (Sigsaga’s Fried Rice) and paired it with their Bul-Dak, Tang-Su-Yuk or Bul-Go-Gi.
See that chilis floating all over the chicken, seems scary right? If you love spicy food this one is for you. The taste of the chicken is actually good and appetizing.
As of now, they don’t have any fish on their menu but I’m sure as the time comes they will eventually have one. Another dish for meat-lovers is the Sweet & Sour Pork, this will not give you a hard time chewing it.
My favorite dish so far is the Bul-go-gi, well marinated, juicy and soo yummy. I had one serving of Jap-Chae and topped it with Bul-go-gi. A good combination!
I can’t stop nibbling on these Sweet baby potatoes, sesame seeds added a nutty taste and for a fact that it has many health benefits. Haha! I can’t recall how many times I went back to the buffet table for these babies.
I’m a little bit picky when it comes to Kim-Chi because of its smell, but this one suited my taste buds. Pleasantly stimulating as it balances the taste of other dishes.
First time to try a Pancake with spring onions, I find it weird but it actually taste good and addicting. Perfect dish to remove your “umay”.
Aside from the available buffet you can get unlimited Beef and Pork Yakiniku. Staffs are attentive, you just have to request for it. Don’t worry the grill is user-friendly or you can always ask for assistance and they can adjust the right temperature for you. I’d prefer my meat in medium-rare because I want it dripping on its own juices. Yakiniku restos makes me happy, I love the idea that I get to grill my own food and of course it’s unlimited.
Different sauces options are available too, I’m not happy with my own creation that’s why I’m thankful that one of their staff suggested his mixture for me to try.
Wrapped your grilled meat in lettuce, add a little kimchi and tofu, dipped it into the sauce and you’re good to go.
Sadly, Shrimp Tempura is not included in the buffet but you can add P129.00 and you’ll get 6 pcs. plus refillable drinks. So “sulit” because there’s an actual shrimp inside not just purely batter!
They also serve Shabu-Shabu for P299.00 for two persons with unlimited drinks. Plate is served with noodles, different variety of vegetables, and mixed balls. Bring the broth to boil and then dump all the ingredients. Broth are freshly made with fine ingredients.
Mango Sago for dessert. How I wished they have other options as I’m not a fan of ripe mangoes. I tried it and put some ice cubes to make it more refreshing.
Imagine, you can indulge in Sigsaga Buffet for just P299.00 with refillable red iced tea . You can stay up-to 2 hours for lunch and 4 hours for dinner. Now, wouldn’t that be “sulit”!
They have catchy promos from time to time so better check their Facebook Page below.
One Princeway Bldg. BF Resort Drive, BF Resort Village Las Piñas