The Bacolod Food hunters just had a fun and satisfying lunch at L’fisher’s Ripples restaurant Yakiniku room
What is Yakiniku? And what is a Yakiniku restaurant? According to Wikipedia:
In a yakiniku restaurant, diners order several types of prepared raw ingredients (either individually or as a set) which are brought to the table. The ingredients are cooked by the diners on a grill built into the table throughout the duration of the meal, several pieces at a time. The ingredients are then dipped in sauces before being eaten.
L’fisher’s Ripples restaurant has set aside an area exclusively for Yakiniku. It is a cozy and enjoyable little nook which can easily seat small groups of diners.
Yakiniku is loads of fun but it is not for the impatient or the very hungry person since you have to cook your own food. It is extremely enjoyable if you have loads of stuff to talk about so make sure you and your friends have a juicy bit of gossip while the food cooks.
Basic Yakiniku Rules:
1.) Use the food tongs to handle raw beef and chicken not your chopsticks. Raw beef and chicken may contain salmonella or nasty germs that may give you food poisoning.
2.) Make sure your food is well-done and well cooked to kill any germs. Medium rare may taste great but it’s better to be safe than sorry!
Yakiniku is even more fun especially when you get bored and play BATTLE YAKINIKU. It involves greedily stealing other people’s cooked meat and acting like a douchebag. (Don’t be a douchebag! )
Be sure that your food cooks properly before you eat it! Try out the Yakiniku room at L’fishers. Have fun!
The updated price as of 2017 is 599 php for unlimited meat, soup, rice. It’s eat all you can here! Drinks are not included but you could always request for water to drink. The Yakiniku room is open from 11am-2pm and from 6pm-11pm. Contact number is (034) 433-3731
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