We Ate All We Can @ Sambokojin SM Megamall

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Maki Mix. Make sure a platter of maki has the optimum variety.
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Platter Pairs. We learned that only one type of Maki or Sushi should be in a plate because eat-all-you-can is about the number of different food one can taste not the amount of food one can take.
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Because Bacon. Having one type of meat on a plate is not bad sometimes; just make sure there are vegetables to get a balanced meal.
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A Serious Business. Smokeless grills at Sambokojin make you sweat before you eat.
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Deep Fried Seafood. Remember to reserve space for the tempura, kani tempura, and salmon furai (?), and don’t waste food (like Pancha) because Sambokojin charge for leftovers.
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Protein Plate. Who can say no to cheese wrapped in bacon and a few slices of roast beef and lamb even with a full tummy?
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Heat Tolerant Cheese. Grilling does not melt the cheese; it only makes the bacon tastier.
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Second Stomach. Humans have evolved a second stomach meant for dessert.
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Crew Photographer. Thank you to the kind “Kuya” working at Sambokojin; his funny antics made sure we smiled for this couple pic.
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