After trying out an all-Korean buffet, it’s
refreshing to try something new. My gradschool classmates and I headed to
Banzai at SM Mall of Asia for a Japanese lunch buffet. The price for a
four-hour unlimited Japanese fare was a bit of a luxury for a thousand bucks
but I guess the company and the good food made it worth it. I had four plates
of food and three tall glasses of drinks. In between, we’re trading funny
stories. School-related stuff is limited to jokes and anecdotes, nothing more
serious than that. Hahaha. By the time we’re all done, I felt bloated and
sleepy. I am such a pig.
|North and Southeast Asia majors volt in. For food. :P|
|Second plate. Too hungry to take a picture of the first one. :P|
|Third plate. |
Anyway, if you wanna try Banzai, just head over at
their MoA branch. It’s near the giant Ferris Wheel (MoA Eye), by the Seaside
Boulevard. They’re open during lunch hours, 11:00AM to 2:00PM, and dinner time,
5:00PM to 9:00PM.
Insider tip: Kuya Waiter shared that there are more
selections during lunch hour than dinner. Lunch is more sulit then.
I should be practicing street photography
but I still
suck at making myself invisible. While digesting the platefuls of food I
devoured, I took my camera and just took a few shots by the window side. Here
|Seaside at the window side.|
Labels: 2014, banzai, buffet, foodie, japanese food, Mall of Asia, school, street photography