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House of Gui: A Fusion of Korean and Japanese Cuisine

The restaurant opened last April 6, 2018, and their first restaurant was located in Pacita San Pedro, Laguna. The main concept was a combination of Samyupsal and Japanese cuisine. The main focus was the combination of each of the world. They are the first restaurant in San Pedro, Laguna to have a one of kind restaurant.

The great thing you will have unlimited Pork, Chicken and Beef with Yakiniku and buffet and lots of cheese.

The Buffet is a combination of Japanese and Korean cuisine. We love the Chapchae because it’s flavorful unlike with fast food Chapchae. The veggies are chopped to your convenience and noodles are great.

The lettuce was really fresh. Further, you can enjoy it with infused water. A healthy alternative for soda and another drink.

I personally enjoy Tofu as well because it’s not usual Tofu we cook at home. You can taste the sweetness with a tang of Korean spices.

The Samyupsal is the highlight because there sauces that you choose to DIY and unlimited. We personally enjoy the Korean sauce because of balance Korean spices.

Lastly, we enjoy the unlimited pork, chicken, and beef with Yakiniku including the buffet for P399 only. On another hand, if you like to experience their shabu shabu you avail for P499.

Oh, you can all enjoy with melted cheese. It is mozzarella cheese. You can dipped or put on your Samyupsal.

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