On Christmas night, we had no turkey, but aroylicious yakiniku buffet for dinner instead.
D and I have been eating healthy for a while, so we intended to stuff ourselves silly on this merry night. 550 baht nett for all-you-can-eat, maximum 2 hours dining at Kiiiing Koooong. Unbeatable price, can’t find in KL for sure.
King Kong is a popular yakiniku buffet restaurant in Bangkok. D said that it has long queue every day. Expecting a horrendous long queue on Christmas day, I arrived early to get a table. I arrived at 5.45pm, and waited 25 minutes for our table. I thought it wasn’t too bad, since it was Christmas. But I was early .. the queue of people grew longer and longer after that.
If you are pressed for time, do call ahead, as reservation is allowed.
I thought that the meal is worth every single satang (cent in Thai). The menu has plenty of meat and seafood choices, and the price also includes drink and dessert.
I lost track of the amount of plates we ordered, but it was indeed satisfying!
We had a happy-tummy night! We had to walk around a bit, for the food to digest *chuckle
No wastage please, or pay 10 baht per piece.
Update May 2017:
More than 1 year since my last visit, and I finally had my second meal here. Arrived around 6.45pm on a Friday evening, and we were immediately seated. Staff led us to “the other side” of the restaurant, and we found another entrance to King Kong at the back.
There’s a new menu – more items, and some are chargeable. Not only that, the price has increased to THB 599.20 per pax, including 7% VAT – THB 560 + 7% VAT. I remembered that we paid THB 550 nett previously .. without VAT then? It was a satisfying meal, albeit more expensive.
King Kong Yakiniku Buffet by Nami
(They have 9 branches)
The branch we went to was at Lang Suan. Address: Soi Lang Suan, Ploenchit Rd., Lumphini, Pathumwan, Bangkok 10330
Tel: 02-254 5177
Business Hours: Daily 11.00am-11.00pm