People may have queued once or twice for some unlimited barbeque buffet as the craze for Samgyupsal has taken over Manila. What better way to intensify the idea than by the recent opening of Four in Love BBQ and Hot Pot Buffet.
I Shoot Food Manila gave prominence to this newly opened, but somehow different concept on the buffet restaurants Filipinos love. A food photography session featured Four in Love BBQ and Hot Pot Buffet restaurant’s offer of a mixed Thai, Japanese, Chinese, and Korean cuisines.
Here, one can have the usual Korean BBQ, then spice it up with Japanese Yakiniku and have two kinds of unlimited soup-based dining with Chinese Hotpot and the interesting, Thai Mookata. Four in Love gives three affordable sets to choose from, and each package gives progressive access to options. These sets come with access to unlimited buffet area which has six hot dishes that changes daily, various cold dishes, sushi options, and fresh fruits and desserts.
Clearly, hotpot buffets are the ones where you’ll have the most fun with in a group and I Shoot Food Manila’s food photography session with Four in Love BBQ and Hot Pot Buffet was definitely one of good food and good times combined.