Yuraku is also part of the Grand Buffet at Asiana Hotel which offers various Asian dishes. During our visit, they were offering shabu-shabu (hotpot) and Filipino dishes. If you prefer to eat only at Yuraku, they have themed night dinner for only AED 85.00.
The tables here have their own burners so you can warm your shabu-shabu, you can also select a room with long tables if you are in a big group. I had Lechon Kawali (pork belly), Crispy Pata (pork legs), Dinuguan, Sisig and Korean Lettuce Wrap.
Sisig is a pork dish made of various pork parts, soy sauce, onion, and chili. It was too oily and fatty for me. It could have been better if it was cooked well done and crispy. Lettuce wrap was also nice, they served the ingredients on our table because the pork bacon wasn’t ready yet. Dinuguan is a popular dish in the Philippines made of pork innards and blood cooked with vinegar and chili. It is best with puto or rice. Nothing special about the Dinuguan, but it definitely reminds me of home. Lechon Kawali and Crispy Pata are both pork dishes marinated overnight and deep fried. The difference is that they are different pork parts. I like the Lechon Kawali better which is made of pork belly. It has the chewy flesh, tasty fat, and crispy skin of the pork belly.