ALL4U is known for its Unlimited Grill & Shabu Shabu. It’s one of the most famous restaurants in Festival Mall Alabang. In this post, I’m going to give you my thoughts about it.
First of all, you must know that they only have one option in the menu. You must avail the unlimited meal because they don’t have ala cart meals like other restaurants.
Here’s the setup when we arrived at our table. It has a selection of meat, side dishes, and instant noodles on the side. Each person has their own set of dips and side dishes. Unlimited Iced Tea was also served.
They offer unlimited shrimp, chicken breast, pork belly, fish cake, and beef brisket (not included in the picture). They taste just right. The money you pay for the meat is worth it.
Their side dishes are unlimited too. It contains kimchi, anchovies, and some pickled vegetables. I find the kimchi a little bit weird because they are too tiny. Nonetheless, all of them tastes good. I just wish they offer more variety of side dishes. The sauces are okay. They are the usual dips in Korean restaurants.
It’s my first time to experience Shabu shabu here in the Philippines. Surprisingly, they provide different soup options. There are actually three choices: Organic Shabu shabu (normal), Kimchi Soup (spicy), and Bulgogi Soup (sweet). You may ask the staff to replace the soup too.
For dessert, they offer free Korean ice cream. We forgot to order this because we are in a hurry. LOL.
Besides Festival Mall Alabang, ALL4U Unlimited Grill & Shabu shabu has branches in Makati, Sta. Rosa, Pasig, Lipa, Venice Grand Canal Mall, SM Sta. Mesa, and Fora Tagaytay.
ALL4U Unlimited Grill & Shabu Shabu offers unlimited food for only 599 pesos. It’s inclusive of VAT and service charge so you don’t need to worry about extra charges. They don’t accept credit cards.
If you’re a senior citizen or a birthday celebrant, you only need to pay 350 pesos. Kids below 4.5 feet is 350/head, while those below 3.5 feet are free!
How was it?
I ask my followers and here’s what they said:
For me, it’s 4 out of 5. I like the idea of having shabu shabu while eating Samgyeopsal. However, I really wish they have more variety of side dishes. Lastly, it’s hard to distinguish the staff from the other customers because some of them are not wearing uniform. I don’t know if it’s just in that branch. I’d like to have another experience in a different branch too.
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