If the Korean cuisine has the famous Samgyeopsal, the Japanese has its distinct version, the Yakiniku — a Japanese term that means “grilled meat”.
Cebu Sumibi Yakiniku Tajimaya offers a unique and authentic Japanese dining experience with its smoke-free charcoal-grilled (yakiniku) food. Perfectly grilled delicacies, unlimited meat and authentic Japanese sauce won’t let you put your chopsticks down.
For only 650php per head, you can Grill All You Want and Eat All You Can at Cebu Sumibi Yakiniku Tajimaya.
There are a lot of choices — there’s beef, pork, chicken, shrimps, sausages, fishballs, livers, chicken gizzards and wings, vegetables, fries, and soup. It includes french fries, too!
Our team were lucky to be invited to actually taste their food. And I must say this is definitely one of the best in town! We love the premium quality of the meat — it is more flavorful and is easier to grill because of the thin cuts.
If you are not much a fan of unlimited food and would just want to eat quality food, Cebu Sumibi Yakiniku also offers ala carte and set meals that will surely satisfy your cravings.
Cebu Sumibi Yakiniku Tajimaya’s fourth and newest branch is located at the corner left of Gaisano Country Mall in Banilad, Cebu City.
It is open daily from 11AM to 2PM for lunch and 5PM to 10PM for dinner.
- Gaisano Country Mall – Banilad
- Crossroads Mall, Kasambagan, Cebu City (near Cebu Country Club)
- G/F Marina Mall in Lapu-Lapu City
- 2/F Island Central Mall Mactan
- Operating hours: 11AM to 2PM for lunch and 5PM to 10PM for dinner
- Contact number: 0977-167-3089
- Social: Facebook Page
How to get there?
Exact location: Left wing at Gaisano Country Mall in Banilad, Cebu City.
BY CAR/TAXI/GRAB: Just navigate with Waze or Google Maps and set your destination to “Gaisano Country Mall”. There’s also an ample parking space available if you’re bringing your own car.
BY JEEPNEY: Ride any jeepney passing through Banilad or UC Banilad Campus. Or:
– 13C if from Colon/USC Main/Ayala (south) or Talamban/USC-TC (north)
– 62B/C if from Carbon/Ayala (south) or Pit-os/Talamban (north)
– 13B if from Carbon/UV/Ayala (south) or Tintay/Talamban (north)
…then ask the driver to drop you off at Gaisano Country Mall. You may need to walk a little further to the mall, to comply with the proper jeepney stops.
Can I eat alone there?