P160 instead of P320 for a Mongolian lunch buffet at No. 38 Sports Lounge and Grill
- Wide variety of meat choices
- Includes a glass of iced tea and a serving of ice cream
- Live music and tall beer mugs
- Located in Jupiter Street, Makati
- Groupon is valid for 3 months
- Limit 1 Groupon per person per visit
- May purchase a maximum of 3 Groupons
- Appointment required, call +632.519.1806
- Buffet hours: 11:00am - 2:00pm
- Buffet is available during weekdays only
- Groupon is not valid with any other promotions and discounts
- See the rules that apply to all deals
Contrary to popular belief, Genghis Khan wanted to conquer the world so that he could spread his love and insatiable hunger for Mongolian rice cookery. Raise your bowls to his memory with today’s Groupon: P160 instead of P320 for Mongolian lunch buffet at No. 38 Sports Lounge and Grill.
With today’s Groupon, sports lovers with a hankering for a full bellied weekday can stroll along Jupiter St. in Makati to visit No. 38 and satisfy their insatiable hunger. Diners can choose among a smorgasbord of land meats like chicken, beef, pork and even sea food like fish and squid in freshly caught, or ball variety. These coupled with rice or noodles, and vegetables, complete a meal involving representatives from all food groups. Chemists-at-heart can spoon together in a bowl, sweet, spicy and tangy sauces to be stir fried with the rest of their choices creating an explosion of flavors. After indulging in as many bowls of Mongolian tastiness as they can, Groupon holders can wash the food down with a glass of iced tea then spoil themselves with a serving of ice cream to silence sweet teeth, crying for a sugary delight.
No. 38 Sports Lounge serves a liter of San Mig Light draft beer (P180) for manly men and womanly women who want no nonsense satisfaction drawn from medieval sized mugs being swung and swigged from during an intense ballgame while enjoying traditional sports bar finger food like Chicken Tenders (P320), Buffalo-Style Chicken Wings (P320), BBQ Burger (P350), and Fish and Chips (P350); all delicious snacks that keep the lonely malt liquor company as it sloshes in one's belly during a post game mutiny.
Seven LCD TVs are strategically nailed to the walls so patrons don’t need to stretch their necks to see the intense sports action. Tuesdays to Saturdays also give audiophiles a treat as bands provide music to keep pubulous people entertained with live rock and roll, blues, and alternative tunes as they chow down on their gastronomical favorites. Founders of the sports bar used to live in a riotous residence where unruly parties and rambunctious gatherings used to be held. Upon discharge from this rumble and humble abode, they decided to duplicate the experiences of the past, thus spawning No. 38 Sports Lounge.