G/F Parkmall, Ouano Ave., Mandaue, Cebu

2.5 Stars

5 Reviewers

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Business Hours
Open: 10:00a - 9:00p


  • Sunday
    • 10:00a - 9:00p
    • 5:30p - 9:30p
  • Monday
    • 11:00a - 2:00p
    • 5:30p - 9:30p
  • Tuesday
    • 10:00a - 9:00p
    • 5:30p - 9:30p
  • Wednesday
    • 10:00a - 9:00p
    • 5:30p - 9:30p
  • Thursday
    • 10:00a - 9:00p
    • 5:30p - 9:30p
  • Friday
    • 10:00a - 9:00p
    • 5:30p - 9:30p
  • Saturday
    • 10:00a - 9:00p
    • 5:30p - 9:30p

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Most Recent Reviews

Angela Marie C.
4.0 Stars

The second stop of day 2 (9th out of 16 in total) of the |ooloo X Parkmall Food Tour was Joven’s Grill and Seafood. It’s actually a buffet restaurant, but we were allowed to take photos of the food on plates, instead of chafers. This made it a lot more attractive. 128568

Their buffet rate is impeccably affordable at PHP 299 per person (not including drinks), and this includes some Filipino and international favorites. Talk about sulit! It’s obvious why families were lining up for the place, especially on a Sunday when Pinoys dine together right after hearing mass. We made it just right before the buffet was operational, and when it was finally opened to all the queue was definitely impressive. 128576

The food was actually good. I found the taste to be familiar, very Pinoy! Malasa and masarap, their food reminds me of home. Genuinely loved lutong-bahay in a buffet set-up. Plus the international food were still cooked in such a way that they’re all inclined to the Filipino palette. I really liked it. 128568

I tried as much to taste literally a bite of everything we photographed, and some items on the buffet. I particularly liked the lasagna, because it really tasted like how my mom used to cook it when I was a kid. Nostalgic. And when food gives you a fond memory, I believe it’s really good… Like the one from the movie Ratatouille. 128571

Overall, it was a really good bang for your buck! Will definitely come back. 128568

***Note: The event is sponsored by Parkmall in Mandaue, Cebu as partnership with |ooloo. All food items have been chosen by each restaurant based on their own discretion.

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Gladys M.
2.0 Stars

The food is good but their service crews haven't had the willingness to accommodate your needs. 128533

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Christine Diane N.
1.0 Stars

Worst eat-all-you-can resto that I've tried. There are similarly priced ones that can serve you a good meal. We were a party of 20 celebrating my Uncle's bday. We were told to come in at 5:30PM or else our reservation was going to get cancelled. We came in super early. They only started fixing the tables by 5:40PM PST (their clock was late). We asked their waiters to fix ours first since the other tables were not yet occupied...but no. "Nagdabog" pa waiters nila. To cut the long story short, their employees were rude. When we couldn't handle it anymore, we asked for their manager, but he wasn't around. The supervisor even gave us a fake contact #. Luckily, someone gave us the real number. TOTALLY BAD SERVICE! Food was not good either. The fried food was not even crispy anymore...and we were just starting. Most were probably reheated. Even the dessert tasted bland. Would have transferred if not only for my Uncle. BETTER TRY A DIFFERENT RESTAURANT.

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Karen C.
3.0 Stars

A grill and seafood buffet for only php230 per person! If you add php40, you'll get unli drinks too.! No wonder this place is always jam-packed. Be sure to come early for the crabs and the shrimps. You won't go wrong with their grilled things.. Liempo and squid! Since we are in Cebu after all, they have Lechon too!

Their dessert's okay. Chicken feet were okay too.

Meh: some of their veggies were under cooked!!! Also their fish balls. Blech. Good thing their shrimps were cooked well.

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Kathie Axhyr S.
3.0 Stars

Wanna go on an all out eating?
Joven's Grill & Seafood is the place to be!

My Ate really wanted to eat here so i said yes when she asked me to. She's been here already and it was ok. It is an 'All You Can Eat' restaurant. As what the name implies, they're serving grilled foods and seafoods. I am not really into meats but the sweet and sour pork was ok. The calamari was a so-so.

But what i really like was the sweets. Hehe...i don't know what kind of desserts are they. They have an ube-flavored one-bite slice of cake, palitaw, masi, kutchinta, small banana cupcake, and many more. Haha...i like the desserts coz they're not too sweet for me.

I would say, i will come back here if ever i wanted to eat a lot. We paid for a total of P250, drinks included, for snacks at around 3-5pm. P230 per head for meal-time.

No sharing, no leftovers, and no take-outs or else you'll pay double.

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