Kazoku Japanese Restaurant | Unlimited Yakiniku Experience

The popularity of grilled meat restaurants here in the country is becoming a trend. Everywhere we go, we can see establishments offering unlimited options that attract our hungry appetite to good food. One of the most craves grilled meats is the Japanese barbecue called "yakiniku" which is also similar to Korean's samgyupsal. And one place that I had my yakiniku experience was Kazoku Japanese Restaurant.

When I learned about them, the first thing that came to mind was sushi and bento meals which are pretty obvious since they are a Japanese resto. Little didn't I know that they also offer unlimited Japanese BBQ. Located on the second floor of The Grandia Place in Timog, this restaurant is relatively new in offering unlimited yakiniku on their menu which started just late last year.

Kazoku means "family" in Japanese which is their primary customers. The restaurant is indeed spacious which is perfect for large family members for gatherings and special events. I loved the intricate Japanese details of the interior design - from high loft-style ceiling, lanterns, and wall paints. You can also host your private parties here as they have two large rooms for 15 and 30 people. You can either avail of the unlimited option or the consumable ala carte.

Kazoku uses a modern type of grilling table where the exhaust fan is installed at the bottom of the griller, thus creating minimal fumes. For the best cooking experience, they use charcoal instead of an electric one.

Kazoku Japanese Restaurant's unlimited Japanese BBQ has two options:

This set includes soup, salad, kimchi, bean sprout, squash balls, atsuyaki tamago, five kinds of main course (beef, pork, chicken, shrimp, and sausage), rice, cheese, bottomless drinks, and one scoop of ice cream.

This set includes everything in P488 plus cheesy gyoza, volcano roll,  fried California maki, chicken teriyaki roll, and Ebi tempura.

Yakiniku Set
For us to maximize our eating experience, we had the P688 which include a lot of dishes. At first, they gave us a platter of the main course which had beef, pork, chicken, shrimp, and sausage along with side dishes. The meats served were premium and fresh which I could taste on each bite. You can get another platter set or a single-serve of each main course. We got another serving of beef and pork but not the shrimp which I had a hard time peeling its shell, as well as the sausage which was our least favorite among the five. Another addition to this set are the 3 types of sushi, gyoza, and ebi tempura. All of these are unlimited as well. Among these Japanese faves, the volcano roll stood out the most for us.

From a foodie perspective, a great question is, "Is it worth to come back?". My answer is YES! I must say that everything was super "sulit". Since we love Japanese restaurants, this one deserves a place in our hearts. I loved our full experience, the food was great, all the staff was very accommodating, and the place was really perfect if you need a spacious and not so crowded one.

Kazoku Japanese Restaurant
Unit 3, The Grandia Place, Mother Ignacia Ave., South Triangle, Quezon City
Operating Hours: Mon to Sun (11am-11pm)

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