Warning: the following pictures may cause excessive drooling.
We were invited to have lunch at Inagiku at the Makati Shangri-la Hotel. It has been quite a while since I’ve eaten here. I was amazed at the abundance of new sushi selections. If you love sushi and sashimi this buffet is for you. The Japanese buffet is available on Saturday and Sunday lunch for P1,732.00 net or US$36.
This is the most popular sushi in the buffet. As soon as a server puts in down on the table it literally flies off the buffet table. People get so many pieces of it as if they want to hoard it. It’s a piece of prawn with mayonnaise, cheese and seaweed. It was really good but very rich. I think eating 2 pieces is more than enough.
Next up are the cold dishes which include appetizers, salads and noodles. As if all that sushi and sashimi weren’t enough.
Sake Kimisushi boiled salmon w/ vinegared egg
Ebi Midorisu Ae vinegared boiled shrimp & wakame seaweed in green vinegar
Wait! There’s more -sukiyaki. The sukiyaki at Dusit was was so much better. Freshly cooked tempura can also be ordered from the waiter. Individual portions will be served to you. I ordered sweet potato tempura which are my favorite.
This is from one huge fish.
Maguro Kabuto Yaki grilled tuna head w/ salt
Don’t forget dessert. There should always be room for dessert. Japanese desserts are unique and light so you can indulge. I just ate the orange and coffee jelly which are yummy.
Imo To Kuri grilled chestnuts wrapped in sweet potato
Zenzai boiled red bean w/ grilled mochi
Raisin Shiratama boiled mochi powder w/ raisin
fresh fruit cocktail
I got 4 kinds of fish roe sushi not because I love them but I figured it would look good in the picture. Am I right?
my sushi plate
I loved their salmon teppanyaki. Everything else was a blur.
steak and salmon on my plate
Inagiku Makati Shangri-la Hotel Ayala Avenue corner Makati Avenue Makati City 1200 Philippines telephone: (63 2) 813 8888 for reservations: 840 0884