One of my favorite buffets in Manila is at Makati Shangri-La’s Inagiku restaurant. The last time I wrote about it was in 2009 when I thought my pictures looked good. Hopefully I’ve improved with these pictures.
Inagiku’s sashimi and sushi section is very popular with everyone. I don’t really know what each one is called so I’ll just let the pictures speak to you.
My favorites are the fusion sushi creations. There’s tuna underneath the melted cheese and tobiko.
Just look at what they can do to the simple kani (crabstick).
This one is ebi (shrimp tempura) topped with all kinds of good stuff.
Asides from this spicy tuna salad there was also squid and salmon versions.
Eat all you can uni baby!!!
I took a lone shot of the sashimi as an afterthought that’s why it’s blurry. With all the delectable looking sushi this looked ordinary.
They also had a salad bar and several cold dishes which I ignored.
I used to love their Wagyu burger but the recent times I’ve eaten it it was hard and overcooked.
I wish the soft shell crab had more meat instead of mostly legs.
The chicken tasted similar to Bonchon.
The most popular station was the teppanyaki table where you can have fresh seafood and meat cooked fresh and to your liking.
Tempura was served directly to our table.
I liked the thinly sliced beef more. The steak was a bit tough.
Lunch buffet at Inagiku is available on Saturday and Sunday for P2,076 net.
Makati Shangri-la Hotel
Ayala Avenue corner Makati Avenue
Makati City 1200 Philippines
telephone: (632) 813-8888
for reservations: (632) 840-0884