Osakatsu: Unlimited Japanese Kushikatsu


Watch out Unlimited Korean BBQ, there’s a new unlimited buffet in town…

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Located at 2F ACCM bldg, 102 Valero St., Salcedo Village, Makati City, Osakatsu is the first and only Japanese unlimited Kushikatsu restaurant to compete against the reigning unlimited Korean BBQ buffet restaurants that sprouted in the country like a wild mushrooms. They offer unlimited deep-fried skewered meat and vegetables, Kushi refers to the skewers used while katsu means a deep fried cutlet of meat, for only Php 490 (vat included). It is open from 11am to 10pm  Mondays to Saturdays. Is this the new buffet the new hangout spot for your weekly food binge and cheat day? Cheers!
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Sushi for Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner? Why not!

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Deep fried anything… paired with Draft Beer

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Fried Cheeseballs… Yummmy!


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