|Soon to open stores in SM City General Santos|
1. Karate Kid. It will be the newest addition to quick-service dining restaurant that touches the Japanese and American Cuisine. Well, that is something new! They offers wide variety of high-end dishes at affordable prices. Karate Kid - SM City General Santos will be their first branch outside Luzon (since they have 20 existing branches around Metro Manila and Luzon). Well, look at their 99-Peso Promo! I hope I can avail this on the 10th of August! Something to lookout for.
|A must-try 99'ers Meal|
2. Tong Yang Shabu-Shabu is another Japanese-Filipino Restaurant. If you're not familiar with "shabu-shabu" term, then you might get the wrong idea. Shabu-shabu is a Japanese variant of hot pot. This restaurant offers more of a buffet style of dining, well obviously an eat and drink all you can dining at affordable price. This might change the dining lifestyle of food lovers in Gensan. If you love to eat in an all you can restaurants, then add Tong Yang on the list.
3. Sumo Sam - Who loves Marvin Agustin? Well you should love his restaurant, too! And yes, he definitely owns Sumo Sam Restaurant. Sumo Sam is a Japanese-American restaurant that boasts an extensive menu - from basic sashimi and sushi platters to sukiyaki, udons, and bacon-wrapped tempura. There are even Japanese-style burgers, crunchy tuna roll, and a wide variety of tofu dishes. Don't worry, aside from those mouth-watering dishes, you will also be served by no other than Marvin himself. *Kidding
4. Max's Restautant - Another Pinoy Pride of Restaurants will set up the shores of the Tuna Capital. Max's Restaurant is the House that Fried Chicken Built. Every General is craving for their world famous Sarap-to-the-Bones Max's Fried Chicken. Aside from heavy chicken meals, they also offers Barkada Buffet (Good for 4) and Create-Your-Own-Merienda-Mix for 99 Pesos. And hey, look at this one! Free Regular Chicken Coupons in their Grand Opening on August 10!
|Max's Opening Treat|
5. Congo Grille is a chain of family restaurants named for its African jungle-themed interiors. In contrast to the decor, the cuisine is predominantly Filipino with a smidgen of Western and Chinese foods. The award-winning restaurant is also popularly known as The Sisig King for its recent achievements in a food feast celebrating the favorite Filipino dish. And on August 10, they will conquer the Tuna City (their first branch outside Luzon) and will satisfy our cravin' taste buds with their filipino dishes.
That's just some of them. So, are you ready to kill your diet?