Buffet Feast in Sambo Kojin


Honestly, I'm not a fan of buffet restaurants because I can never taste all foods offered in that restaurant. I am even a picky-eater when it comes to spicy and Japanese dishes. However, I still try to take a bite at least half of their best dishes. 

Sambo Kojin is a buffet restaurant located in Sm Southmall. Offers Japanese-Korean fusion of dishes. So here's what I had for that night and Chichi was with me to try their oh-so good meals. 


Bacon-wrapped veggies. 


A smokeless grill pan on your table top. I'm grilling bacon-wrapped veggies & beef and mushroom for Chichi. 


Wide choices of meats. Well, mostly are wrapped with bacon. 


Noodle dishes are also available here. 


Different choices of Tonkatsu.





If you want Noodles and soups, they have staff/cook to help you make your own. 








Love all their desert choices. Cakes, Chocolates and Halo-halo. They also have ice creams (forgot to take a snap of it). 

My ratings:
Food Choices: 4/5
Taste and Quality: 4/5
Price: 3/5 (800 for dinner-adult, 200 for kids)
Ambiance: 4/5


24 comments

  1. Different varieties for this buffet...I like it! Someday, I will visit this place, love Japanes food too.

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  2. This is one of our favorite buffet restaurants. I don't think I'm up for a buffet breakfast, though.

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  3. Oh I would love to eat at a place like this, with everything almost wrapped in bacon, this is a bacon lovers dream.

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  4. Sambokojin has been one of my fave buffet-grilling places. :) Good variety on meats and sushi, and love that they have Japanese fried rice and sukiyaki too! Anyway, those bacon-wrapped enoki mushrooms had be drooling! I usually get tons of them! :D

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  5. I feel so hungry looking at those foods. They look so awesome. I hope somebody I can visit the place.

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  6. the grill looks amazing! i'm not a huge fan of buffet as well because there's many food i do not eat at all too.

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  7. I really like eating in Sambokojin because the food's great and it isn't too expensive for a buffet! You made me crave for Japanese food! Haha!

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  8. Actually, I like buffet like this one who caters varieties of food;Japanese-Korean fusion in one place. And, really an international-setting with an ambiance that suits to everyone.

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  9. I am not a good gourmet. I am a casual eater and a very selective of what kind of food to it. I am one-viand eater. I don't feel comfortable if I have so many kind of foods in my plate. As I look at the foods in the picture, I am salivating as if I want to have a taste of the foods displayed.

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  10. Very nice concept. Japanese-Korean cuisine? Never try that before. Haha

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  11. Japanese-Korean looks interesting! Good for families who prefer either one and they can eat what they want! Too bad this is not in Singapore

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  12. I haven't had the opportunity to eat at Sambo Kojin, heard there was a branch in Eastwood, which is just a couple of minute away from our house. Will definitely check it out! Love the grilling part! :)

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  13. My family is not too much into buffets. With our relatively small appetites, we do not think we can eat what the price is worth.

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  14. I love the idea that you choose and then cook yourself! Nothing wrong with bacon at all... it's awesome! Great style buffet, would love this!

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  15. Looks like they have variety options for customers out there,quite nice place for a food lover I believe.

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  16. I love buffet restaurants but not Japanese foods. However, the foodies here seems appetizing.

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  17. Looks great! And those mini cupcakes are good for buffets.. Allows us to try more flavours in smaller sizes

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  18. oh my god, i would love to visit a buffet like this. i would definitely try everything.

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  19. Like you I am not a buffet fan. Got to say, the meat for the grill looks pretty good though!

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  20. SM Southmall is a 10-minute drive from my house. It's funny how I have not dined at Sambo Kojin. I kind of understand why you gave the price at 3 / 5 rating; 800 may be a bit too much for a Japanese buffet. Just add a few hundreds and you could already have a fusion buffet in a hotel, but that's just me. I'm giving this a try one of these days.

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  21. Love buffet as I am a small eater so this give me an opportunity to taste and try various variety of food.dessert looks so tempting. you gave really a good rating of 4/5 so food must be amazing.

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  22. OMG the bacon-wrapped veggies is the one I will go for many rounds. Good selection of meats.

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  23. I just love buffet.. Can eat as much as we can.. So many yummy food to choose from!

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  24. Ah! No wonder my K-Pop fan friend keeps on inviting me to this buffet because it's specializing in Japanese & Korean dishes. This would be a great place for japanese/korean lovers but personally, I don't think I'd get my money's worth since I don't really eat much of these cuisines.

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