Actor-restaurateur Marvin Agustin is set to unveil the new trick art gallery on April 20, Easter Sunday, at Banzai: The Great Teppanyaki Theater, the latest in the string of restaurants he owns and operates.
Located at SM Mall of Asia (By the Bay) in Pasay City, Banzai is the country’s biggest authentic Japanese buffet restaurant, with a the widest menu of choices made from mostly-imported ingredients.
Banzai’sunique trick art gallery is composed of three settings featuring Japanese scenes, props, and costumes – a samurai enclave, a sumo wrestling arena, and a colorful Japanese street scene, which diners can use for photo ops to make their Banzai experience truly memorable.
On Easter Sunday, Banzai plays host to a set of professional cosplayers to pose with diners at the trick art gallery. Diners who upload photos taken with the cosplayers on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram with the hashtag #banzai get a chance to join a special contest.All entries must be uploaded by April 21, 11:59 pm and must tag @Banzai_PH (Instagram/ Twitter) and Banzai PH) to qualify. Entries with the most number of likes will be awarded with Banzai gift certificates.
Diners can also get a chance to win one of 10 lunch vouchers, one of five dinner vouchers, or one of ten cake vouchers all valid for 30 days at the Banzai Easter Egg Hunt. Kids are also sure to have a great time with the Banzai Kiddie Fun Treat featuring face painting, balloon twisting, a mime actor, and a special kiddie buffet.
Established by Agustin and his partners in February 2014, Banzai has a maximum seating capacity of 300 and prides itself in being the Philippines’ all-unlimited, all-authentic Japanese buffet.