Sigsaga directly translates to mean "superb". The owners took on the name when they decided to put up a yakiniku buffet restaurant.
Barely on its 3rd month, Sigsaga Yakiniku Buffet has opened its second branch along BFRV Drive to cater to its growing clientelle.
Partners Joy and Rod saw the need to put up a much bigger restaurant after they opened the first one in December last year. While a full dining area seats around 80 people on the ground level, the mezzanine floor provides 20 additional seats for those in company. It is a good spot for small private parties.
Sigsaga offers unlimited beef / pork Yakiniku with bottomless red iced tea for only P299.
In Korea, Yakiniku is referred to as samgyupsal (pork belly), or chadolbaegi (beef). The grilled meat is wrapped in lettuce leaves with kimchi and gireumjang (salt and black pepper in sesame oil) or samjang (soybean-chili paste) in the Korean style.
Sigsaga Yakiniku Buffet boasts an array of delightful Korean and Japanese favorites to complement your grilled meat. Traditional
Korean cuisine on rotation at Sigsaga buffet extends well beyond kimchi.
Guests will like the Korean style Bul-dak.
Literally translated as "fire chicken," bul-dak is hot and spicy chicken. Apart from this, there is also Jap-chae,
Tang-su-yuk (sweet and sour pork), Spicy Soft Tofu stew, Bulgogi, and more.
For those who have a craving for seafood, I recomnend Ebi Tempura. For P129, you get 6 pieces served with with refillable drinks as well. Having this for a light meal would be simply awesome!
They also offer shabu-shabu set for only P299. I'd say it is a a steal for great food. Dine in at Sigsaga soon!
Sigsaga Yakiniku Buffet
One Princeway Bldg.
BF Resort Drive
BF Resort village, Las Piñas City