June 06, 2019

Yakumi at Solaire Resort and Casino Revamps Your Favorite Weekend Buffets

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  • Your favorite weekend buffet at Yakumi inside Solaire Resort and Casino is embracing the Kaizen factor—a Japanese business philosophy of continuously improving—by revamping its menu line up and adding more interactive live stations.

    Also read: Solaire Resorts and Casino: A premium hotel in Manila

    Yakumi’s weekend offers are getting fresh tastes with the new Saturday All-You-Can-Eat buffet and Sunday Brunch

    Solaire Resort & Casino’s Yakumi weekend offers are getting fresh tastes as their new Saturday All-You-Can-Eat buffet and Sunday Brunch are getting refreshed with more list of Japanese delicacies.

    Inside, you’ll also find a private room dedicated to tempura, and chawanmushi, a Japanese steamed egg dish with savory ingredients that resemble flan or pannacotta.

    Around, you’ll probably see Japanese chefs assemble sushis at another station. If you’re too excited and eager to sit and eat, there’s a roving sashimi trolley that will keep your plate occupied as a chef precisely slices your serving fresh from a whole tuna.

    Sushis are sliced and served fresh from a whole tuna

    Get up close and see how Japanese chefs assemble sushi at the sushi station

    Aside from the sushi section, you’ll also discover the art of Robatayaki, where they grill skewers of various vegetables, as well as meats ranging from chicken parts to USDA beef portions, squid to Blue Marlin chunks coated in teriyaki sauce.

    Meats ranging from chicken parts to USDA beef portions are also freshly chopped at the Robotayaki station

    Although kaizen means improvement, some stations don’t require any necessary touch-ups like the broths and noodles station of Shoyu, Miso, Tonkotsu, and Tantanmen ramens with a choice between Soba, Udon, or Somen noodles. 

    Robatayaki and Teppanyaki Section

    On the other hand, when we say improvement, it doesn’t necessarily mean revising everything.

    Yakumi’s extensive list of desserts adds another popular staple dessert on the list—Mochi. It’s a Japanese rice cake that’s often filled with sweet red bean paste with three unexpected variants: green tea, apple, and peach.

    These mochis will now be part of the three-station spread of fresh fruits, delectable confectionaries, frozen treats, and cream-based desserts.

    A portion of the three-station spread of fresh fruits, delectable confectionaries, and frozen treats 

    There are also new sake cocktails that will refresh the palate mid-meal or when the chopsticks are finally down.

    They have Fukumi Navel—a Honey Umeshu-based drink that’s sweet and zingy at the same time. Saturday Fizz, on the other hand, just like what its name suggests is a refreshing fizzy drink that will make you second guess whether your taste buds are giving you sweet or sour. 

    Unlimited servings of some of your favorites are still available during Saturdays with a new All-You-Can-Eat Buffet. Yakumi will offer a tick-box menu of featured Nihon dishes and Set Menu Upgrade options that can be ordered as additions for a more filling visit.

    Gracing the buffet area are the master chefs that showcase their experience and expertise in the Japanese cuisine. Mr. Norimasa Kosaka, the Executive Chef of Yakumi is a master of the traditional Japanese multi-course meals—kaiseki. He was also the previous chef of Swiss Hotel Istanbul in Turkey, as well as in Shangri-La Hotel in India New Delhi and Crown Resort in Australia. He was also the Deputy Chef of the one & only resort in the Maldives. Now, he is currently here at Solaire Resort and Casino in Manila serving Japanese buffet dining at its finest.

    Mr. Norimasa Kosaka, the Executive Chef of Yakumi is a master of the traditional Japanese multi-course meals—Kaiseki

    Continuously developing and improving for a wider taste of Japan, Yakumi in Solaire brings Japanese staple food just a hand reach away. Reserve your tables now, and experience kaizen at work at Yakumi.

    Yakumi Saturday All-You-Can-Eat Buffet and Sunday Brunch Buffet are from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Price starts at Php1,388+* and Php2,688+* respectively. Dinner at Yakumi starts from 6 pm to 11 pm. Dinner is not included in the Saturday All-You-Can-Eat Buffet. For more details and reservations please call 02-888-8888 or visit solaireresort.com.

    Also read: Phantom of the Opera Opens at The Theatre at Solaire this 2019

    *Price is inclusive of 12% VAT and subject to a 10% service charge.

    General Information

  • Solaire Resort and Casino, Entertainment City, 1 Aseana Ave, Parañaque, City
  • 02-888-8888
  • 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
  • https://www.solaireresort.com
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