I have been to this restaurant 3 times over the past two weeks. The rates are a bit expensive for Cebu rates but after you would see the available food at the buffet spread, you would understand why its priced that way.
If on a budget, you can go for the weekday lunch and if you have a few hundred pesos to spare, the dinner spread is a must-try! It boasts of a cake/dessert display and shrimps on top of your usual lunch display. I also like their halo2 bar as I am fond of ice cream. Their drinks are unlimited and are already folded into their rates.
The only downside is the loud music in the background. And if you're used to the Yakiniku Wakamatsu's wooden slats per cubicle/table for privacy, then this might be a fresh sight for you as the restuarant is open and without divisions except for a few private rooms in one side.
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