Tong Yang Shabu Shabu and Barbeque Restaurant in Manila
Filipinos have a love affair with food, especially if it’s Filipino, Korean, Japanese, or Chinese. One restaurant has all four cuisines, and it serves it the way most Filipinos love: buffet style! Say hello to Tong Yang Shabu Shabu and Barbeque Restaurant.
Tong Yang is Chinese for winter sun, which came from the Winter Solstice, the longest night and shortest day of the year. The Chinese took this as a sign of better things to come, making it an event to be celebrated.
This belief drives Tong Yang. They offer an extensive menu with over a hundred items to choose from.
JAPANESE STARTERS. Just a few of Tong Yang’s offerings for appetizers.
Your meal at Tong Yang starts with a helping of appetizers which include Japanese favorites such as sushi, sashimi, and maki. You can also satisfy your cravings for Chinese dim sum (dumplings, siu mai, etc), or Korean kimchi.
MAIN COURSE. Veggies paired with meat.
Once you have your appetite going, dig in to their wide array of meats and vegetables which you can then season and cook your own way. You can choose between chicken, sinigang, spicy sate, vegetarian, kimchi and Taiwan Mala soup base. You can also grill, roast, or fry your meat without worry; their friendly staff will assist you during the cooking process.
GRILL THREE WAYS. Choose between a Korean-style grill, the original Tong Yang hot plate, or their charcoal grill.
The best thing about Tong Yang is you get to enjoy your food with friends and family in any of its eight branches. It’s really your food, your taste, your way with Tong Yang Shabu Shabu and Barbeque Restaurant.
For their full list of buffet rates and branches, please visit their official website, www.tongyanghotpot.com.