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The Korean culture is well-loved here in the Philippines and to prove that is yet another Korean craze in the country: UNLIMITED KOREAN FOOD.

Food connects people of all gender, age, and race and no matter how much money you have left in your wallet, you sure have some spare bills for some Korean meat!

If you love watching K-drama, then you know how much Koreans love their meat. They cook and cut their beef in bite-size pieces so it’s easier to fit in the mouth. They also love their chicken and pork barbeque so much and never go without beer!

A Korean feast is never without kimchi. Is it their national food? Who knows. But kimchi has brought the Korean cuisine so much good reputation so it is just proper to acknowledge its existence.

Mamakim Unlimited Korean Food

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Photo by Mamakim

Mamakim offers more than kimchi. They provide so many delicious food choices to their customers that is worth every penny.

There is no right or wrong time to eat Korean food but in this restaurant, the best time starts at lunch.

At lunchtime, Mamakim opens their doors to their customers who are hungry enough for some unlimited bulgogi, kimchi, dogkangjeong, tteokbokki, kimbap and much more, for only 199 pesos!

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Photo by Mamakim

I am surprised to see such many varieties. Other restaurants only offer a couple of side options, though unlimited, never suffice. But here, your Korean food experience would be great and the price is very reasonable.

Prices & Menu

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Their unlimited Korean Meat Buffet does not include unlimited samgyeopsal but with all of the available dishes in exchange for your 199 pesos, how can you complain?

However, if you are too hungry and you want more meat in the buffet, try this; everything plus unlimited samgyeopsal for only 299 pesos. That 100 pesos of additional payment makes a whole lot of pleasant difference!

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Photo by Mamakim

Photo by Mamakim

Photo by Mamakim

Many Korean food are based in spicy red paste known as gochujang. Gochujang is a very versatile condiment that is a staple in every Korean home kitchen. It tastes savory, sweet and very spicy. You might want to buy a tub for yourself!

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Photo by Mamakim

K-dishes (if there is even a term) also never go without vegetables on their tables. Have you ever wondered why they have such beautiful skin? They have hundreds of beauty products but they also have a healthy balanced diet. So kids, eat your veggies!

Non-big eaters can still enjoy the restaurant by buying a la carte dishes.

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Photo by Mamakim

Their prices are very reasonable! Maybe you should head out for lunch at Mamakim’s this weekend!

Location and other details

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Mamakim is located in Talamban, Cebu City, right in front of USC-TC Gate 1. Lucky Carolinians!

If you are coming from Ayala Center, get a ride (13C) at the back of the mall (terraces) going to USC Talamban. The restaurant is not far from Ayala but knowing the traffic situation in the area, spare 20-30 minutes of travelling by jeep.

For inquiries and reservations, call them at 0917 168 8798 or reach them through their Facebook page.

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