A Different Dining Experience at DADS, Kamayan, and Saisaki

The DADS, Kamayan, and Saisaki chain has long been a favorite of mine. For a relatively affordable buffet price, you get a wide selection of food that are of good quality. I dropped by their newly renovated West Avenue branch last weekend and found more things to love!

Now, they bring a new innovation in the buffet dining experience – personal customer service. Unlike other buffets where you serve yourself, DADS, Kamayan, and Saisaki now bring you your favorite prichon, temaki, tempura, and barbecue right at your table!

Next time you’re at one of their restaurants, watch out for the following characters:

In addition to these four, you will notice that their well-trained staff will constantly go around making sure to ask diners about what meals they would like. This really does take the buffet dining experience to the next level.

Another noticeable thing at their newly renovated West Avenue branch was the open kitchen. Now, diners can see the chefs working on their meals so we are all assured that every meal served is fresh. Because of this, we also get a say on how we want our food cooked. Pretty awesome, right?

While I was there, I made sure to hoard a lot of food from their sushi bar. I am a fan of sushi and at DADS, Kamayan, and Saisaki, I can eat all the sushi I want!

For those looking for Filipino food, you will find no end to some of our Filipino favorites like the lechon, crispy pata, and snail cooked with fern and coconut milk.

There are tons of other dishes to be found and I haven’t got a photo of all them but here are some interesting picks:

(Stuffed tomatoes)

Of course, no meal is complete without desserts. At DADS, Kamayan, and Saisaki, you will find several dessert option to love from cakes to fondues.

Be sure to check out these innovations at DADS, Kamayan, and Saisaki now!

Visit the Dads, Kamayan and Saisaki branches in SM Megamall  (636-3785), Glorietta (892-8898), Edsa (705-1807), West Avenue (374-3767) and Padre Faura (528-1723).

Log  on to www.kamayansaisakidads.com and facebook.com/DadsKamayanSaisaki for more info

What do you guys think of this place? Let me know in the comments section below.

UPDATE:

DADS No Left Over Buffet

Lunch (Mon to Thurs) – P595
Lunch (Fri to Sun) – P695
Dinner (Mon to Sun) – P695
Holidays (Lunch and Dinner) – P695
Kids below 4ft – P290

Saisaki

Lunch (Mon to Thurs) – P555
Lunch (Fri to Sun) – P655
Dinner (Mon to Sun) – P655
Holidays (Lunch and Dinner) – P655
Kids below 4ft – P265

Kamayan

Lunch and Dinner (Mon to Sun) – P415
For kids below 4ft – P265

16 thoughts on “A Different Dining Experience at DADS, Kamayan, and Saisaki

    1. DADS No Left Over Buffet

      Lunch (Mon to Thurs) – P595
      Lunch (Fri to Sun) – P695
      Dinner (Mon to Sun) – P695
      Holidays (Lunch and Dinner) – P695
      Kids below 4ft – P290

      Saisaki

      Lunch (Mon to Thurs) – P555
      Lunch (Fri to Sun) – P655
      Dinner (Mon to Sun) – P655
      Holidays (Lunch and Dinner) – P655
      Kids below 4ft – P265

      Kamayan

      Lunch and Dinner (Mon to Sun) – P415
      For kids below 4ft – P265

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  1. OMg! the lechon I want now! haha Im always amazed when i see the chefs doing my food also! as you said i can always trust the restaurant that they are serving the food right@ xx

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  2. I celebrated my twelfth birthday at Dads… I’m 21 now… Maybe it’s time to go back? Hahaha. *le sigh* Mich, I love-hate your food related posts! Makes me wish I were over there instead of over here. LOL.

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