Tuesday, June 16, 2015

Sambo Kojin SM Megamall where authentic and delicious Japanese Yakiniku meets Korean Barbecue favourites

Borne from the desire to provide Filipino families with a more engaging dining experience, Sambo Kojin continues to develop and find ways to keep improving to offer only the best. It had recently opened its latest branch at the third level of Atrium of SM Megamall. Sambo Kojin fires up anew with even more mouthwatering treats for everyone as it takes foodies and their families to unforgettable journeys in Korea and Japan with its premium and featured items. 

Kamameshi rice
With its unique concept of bringing the best tasting foods from Seoul South Korea and the bountiful and freshest authentic Japanese fares, Sambo Kojin has been happily satisfying customers who are craving its delicious and top grade US marbled and tender beef as well as seafood dishes served fresh and spiced to be grilled, ‘Yakiniku’ style. The restaurant also takes great pride in the transformation of the freshest ingredients into works of both Japanese and Korean food art. Made with precision, crafted to perfection, offering a variety of specialties such as premium sushi bar favourites: kamameshi, takoyaki, okonomiyaki, robatayaki, katsu, and furai from Japan and Korea’s staple dishes like bibimbap, pajeon, chapchae, banchan, beef galbi, and our current favourite, yongnyam dalg jin [Korean fried chicken]. 
Korean fried chicken

Speaking of such Korean fried chicken, Kyle, my beloved 12-year-old nephew couldn’t get enough of those. The humble chicken ups the ante with sizzling flavours and spices that pack attitude and punch. Hot and juicy and crispy, Sambo Kojin’s version of Korean fried chicken’s individually brushed with its special sauce, making it even more delicious.

Every dish is a work of art, every bite is a taste of Japan and Korea. One doesn’t really need to travel far, nor does he need to spend extra bucks for some visa and airfare to enjoy authentic Japanese and Korean dishes. It’s all right here, under one roof at Sambo Kojin. Some dishes are characterized by sweet and spicy tastes with the subtle use of chilli and ginger that appeals even to the most discerning palates. They even have different kinds of sauce on each table to match and complement whatever Yakiniku item you’ll be having.

Banchan [appetizers]

Of course, there are others items on their featured dishes that’s worth trying such as their Foil Yaki items which includes Prawns in Garlic and their Banchan gives a delicious kick to every Korean meal. Don’t forget to try their intricately designed bou maki pieces which were carefully prepared in Makimono rolls and temaki [cone shaped sushi].

Sambokojin sauce

Serving a wide variety of items from appetizers to soups, main dishes to grilled items, choice meats and seafood complemented with a selection of desserts and coupled with specialty drinks, Sambo Kojin really offers a fresh take on Korean + Japanese fare that will truly put anyone in the mood for a feast. The cozy ambiance and high-quality food items make each visit a pleasurable experience that is always worth repeating.

Tonkatsu with cabbage


“We’ve also updated our desserts. We’ve asked our chefs to come up with new items for our customers. There’s nothing like capping off a hearty meal with something sweet. So we now have some yoghurt aside from our soft-serve ice cream, panna cotta in different flavours and even birthday cakes,” says Mara Villavicencio of Sambo Kojin.

Panna Cotta

White and Brown Chocolate fountains

Make sure to load up at Sambo Kojin SM Megamall with their ‘Beat The Clock’ irresistible dining deal. This is a promo exclusively for Sambo Kojin SM Megamall branch only. From Monday to Friday, diners get a special Php100 discount. Pay only Php549 for lunch and Php649 for dinner when you finish your meal before 12:15PM for lunch and 7:00PM for dinner. Kids with the height of 4” to 4’6” will pay only Php230, kids 3” to below 4” will pay only Php180, while kids below 3” even get to dine for free when they finish ahead of 12:15PM for lunch and 7:00PM for dinner. [per DTI-FTEB SPD Permit No.6827 series 2015]

Sambo Kojin also gives special discounts to Senior Citizens. Diners aged 60-69 get 20% discount while those aged 70 and above enjoy 50% discount when they get their foodie fix at Sambo Kojin.

Frequent diners are also in for a special treat. As a token of their gratitude for dining at Sambo Kojin, a diner gets a Frequent Diner card. The cardholder is entitled to one (1) Free Welcome Back buffet upon presentation of his card with ten (10) validated dine-ins on his next visit.
One Free Buffet for a Group of 6. A group of six diners (with 5 full paying adult guests) gets one free buffet upon presentation of the promo card or flyer. [per DTI-FTEB SPD Permit No. 7719 Series 2015]

Free Birthday Buffet [SM Megamall branch]. Celebrant gets a free birthday buffet, if he dines with at least one full paying adult on actual birthday. Three days before and three days after birthday, dine with two full paying adults. You may celebrate up to 14 times, for seven days, Lunch or Dinner. [per DTI-FTEB SPD Permit No. 9437 series 2015]

The promos specified above are not valid with any other existing promotions.
Check out Sambo Kojin SM Megamall at the Level 3 of Atrium for their superb dining experience + the ultimate yakiniku experience that meets the best of Japanese and Korean cuisines like no other.

For more information, like www.facebook.com/SamboKojin and follow them via Instagram @sambokojin.

Sambo Kojin SM Megamall is located at Level 3 Atrium. Tel. Nos. 696-1291 to 93. 
Visit other Sambo Kojin branches: EDSA Greenhills, Mandaluyong [726-4466/726-4520], Eastwood Citywalk Quezon City [421-0145 to 46], West Avenue, Quezon City [372-8846/9212873] and SM Southmall Food Street [511-7843/5117853].

Come and visit Sambo Kojin, diner will be able to easily discern the delicious difference that makes Sambo Kojin such a big hit. A word of advice though, come early because the place gets packed easily, surely, you can’t wait to have your hands on their wide selection of food treats.

Disclaimer: I am not compensated for this post. Opinions expressed are 100% my own. 


Post a Comment