February 27, 2018

Tajimaya Charcoal Grill in Alabang: Affordable Grilled Meat Goodness

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  • Grill restaurants are becoming very in-demand in the restaurant scene nowadays. There’s something about hands-on cooking that makes a dining experience more interesting, especially when it’s up to your liking how you want your meat cooked.

    Tajimaya offers an Eat-All-You-Can promo with free bottomless iced tea for only Php 629

    If you’re looking for grill restaurants within Alabang, you’re lucky to have near you as Tajimaya Charcoal Grill is located in Alabang Town Center. This Japanese/Korean Yakiniku restaurant, which originally came from Chiba, is a must-try for those who’d love to try hands-on cooking.

    Tajimaya opened its first branch in Cebu in 2007. It has gotten popular across other Asian countries such as Singapore and Hong Kong, known for their Wagyu sets and Eat-All-You-Can offer. From Angus beef, pork, and chicken to shrimp, squid, squid roll, and sausage, the wide selection Tajimaya has makes it one of the best grill restaurants there is in Alabang. They make sure to use high-quality A4-A5 Grade Wagyu and Angus beef flown from Japan. Tajimaya makes their own special Yakiniku sauce which adds flavor to their tender meats.

    Make sure to drop by Tajimaya for your dose of grilled perfection! Visit their other branches at SM Mall of Asia, Cebu, Baguio, and Rockwell in Makati.

    Images courtesy of Tajimaya. This also appears on Philippine Primer Japanese Magazine March 2018 issue.

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