“One cannot think well, love well, sleep well,
if one has not dined well.”
I’ve been out for quite some time. Maybe I should do a throwback on the events I missed posting? Nah!
Well… let’s just see what happens.
For some time, I’ve been hearing about Kangaroo Jack’s affordable eat all you can merienda from relatives but I was just so lazy to try it out. Today, I went to the mall with my family when we got hungry and needed merienda. It automatically hit me. Kangaroo Jack! Eat-all-you-can! For 220 pesos, this is a very affordable date! This can even be a very good after graduation eat out with the family.
I haven’t tasted all the food. It’s not a surprise to people close to me that I don’t get the value of a buffet because I don’t have a VERY big appetite. Because of that, Kangaroo Jack is just right for me. At least I will not feel I got ripped off because I missed eating a lot of delicious food!
They have 1 soup dish partnered with toasted breads, nachos (my favorite!), 2 kinds of pasta dishes, 2 kinds of rice, a fish, chicken, pizza, macaroni salad, kare-kare, and 2 kinds of filipino desserts (shianghai? and some jello). Excuse me for not being so accurate. When I’m hungry, sometimes I fail to look at the labels.
Overall— it was an average experience.
220 Php- a decent amount for a decent meal!
Fri-Sat – 10:00 am 10:00 pm Contact Number: 385-9452 (Info source: www/myfoodtrip.com)
(Please take note of the posting date. Price may have changed.)
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Do you want to upgrade your Katsu dining experience a level higher? Then you must go to Yabu: House of Katsu for one of the best tasting Katsu in the metro.
Yabu offers wide choices of Katsu. They have chicken, sea food, pork, mixed, curry, katsudon, menchi, miso and a lot more. They also have meal for kids.
Budget per meal or per head is 500 Php.
A little too pricy? I don’t think so. Everything on your plate is refillable (rice, veggies, fruits…). The only thing that is not is your Katsu.
HOW DO YOU ORDER?
1. Choose your katsu. (chicken, pork, sea food etc.)
2. Choose how many grams (100 g or more) Remember… this is not refillable/unlimited
3. Choose your rice (jasmine rice etc…)
4. Choose your drink
Your order/s should arrive on or before 20 minutes. If not, your meal is free.
What to do while waiting for your order?
PREPARE YOUR SAUCE.
You will be given sesame seeds in a small bowl with mortar. All you have to do is to crush the sesame seeds. After that, you will put the katsu sauce. There are other condiments that you can put to suit your taste buds.
And then, you can enjoy your katsu!
Join the Katsu craze.
Yabu is open from 10am-9pm
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