W have actually eaten in 3 branches of Yakimix - Macapagal, Tomas Morato and Trinoma. OUr recent trip was to the branch inside Trinoma. We had to line up for dinner as early as 5PM and there was a long queue. Finally able to enter the restaurant at 7:30PM. Yakimix's menu has not changed much since our first visit. For appetizers, there is an assortment of sushi and sashimi. On the day we went, there was no tuna sashimi but the salmon sashimi was fresh and buttery. There were some Korean dishes - noodles, kimchi, barbecue. There were Taiwanese dishes, as well. The main attraction of Yakimix is its smokeless grill and there were fresh pork, beef, chicken, seafood (fish, shrimp, shellfish, squid), plain or marinated in some sauce, ready for grilling. There is a salad bar with fresh vegetables as well as prepared salads (potato, macaroni, fruit). The desert section had fresh fruit (about 3 kinds), an assortment of pastries, ice cream, and some native desserts. If you like these types of cuisine, you would certainly enjoy Yakimix. Service is quick and courteous. The restaurant is clean. It is a bit pricey (Pesos 700 for weekend dinner, excluding drink and taxes).