Looking for an authentic Japanese restaurant? We got you with Botejyu!

Original. Genuine. Traditional. Those are three words describing Botejyu. Highlighting authentic Japanese traditional cuisine, Botejyu is traveling the world by having presence in Japan, Taiwan, Thailand, Vietnam, Singapore, and of course, the Philippines – truly a Japan traveling restaurant since 1946.

Having founded just after the war in Osaka, in a time when food was scarce and everyone is trying and doing their best to survive, Botejyu was able to grow as a company all thanks to the people who have spread the word about them and have supported them from the start, alongside the traditional taste they have kept and the specialized skills of each and every one of their staff.

And now that more than seventy years have passed, Botejyu had expanded from their first ever offering which was Okonomiyaki, as they now have Modern-yaki and Teppanyaki, as well as Udon, Ramen, and Donburi Rice Bowls. No doubt, they have grown into so much more and they still continue to bring the best they could offer to their diners.

pecial Assorted Sashimi (3 kinds Php 425 | 5 kinds Php 695)
Seattle Roll (Php 315)
Crispy Fried Prawn Mayo Roll (Php 320)

That being said, you might want to start with some must-try bite-sized goodness of theirs such as their Special Assorted Sashimi (3 kinds Php 425 | 5 kinds Php 695) which is of tuna, salmon, shrimp, scallops, and crab meat; their Crispy Fried Prawn Mayo Roll (Php 320) which is of crispy fried prawn, lettuce, and original mayo; and their Seattle Roll (Php 315) which is of salmon, cream cheese, avocado, lettuce, and original mayonnaise.

Premium Mix Moonlight-Egg Oko (Php 410)

From their easy eats, let’s have a taste of a variant of the dish – Okonomiyaki – that has started Botejyu, the Premium Mix Moonlight-Egg Oko (Php 410). This one is truly a heavenly delight – preservative free and is of beef, pork belly, shrimp, squid, and fried egg, then drizzled with special sauce.

Fried Salmon with Spicy Tartar Sauce (3 pieces Php 390 | 6 pieces Php 675)
All Star Takoyaki (Php 255)

After that, get some saucy fix to your saucy craving as you dive into their Fried Salmon with Spicy Tartar Sauce (3 pieces Php 390 | 6 pieces Php 675) which is of succulent and crunchy breaded salmon and their All Star Takoyaki (Php 255) which definitely is a must-try as this one really has an octopus piece inside!

Pork Tonkotsu Ramen with Grilled Char Siu (Php 475)
Prawn Tempura Platter (3 pieces Php 205 | 5 pieces Php 340 | 10 pieces Php 650)

Next to that is a few of Botejyu’s heavy offerings like their Pork Tonkotsu Cutlet with Egg Teishoku (Php 395), their Prawn Tempura Platter (3 pieces Php 205 | 5 pieces Php 340 | 10 pieces Php 650), and their Pork Tonkotsu Ramen with Grilled Char Siu (Php 475) which is their number 1 dish here in the Philippines! All these dishes will truly please your taste buds, so be sure to have a fill of these, too.

Botejyu really is of authentic Japanese cuisine as they are leading the Osaka Food Culture in Okos Specialty Restaurant by implementing many years of research and coming up with new ideas such as the “combination of okonomiyaki and mayonnaise” as well as the “okosoba aka modern-yaki”, because let’s face it, authentic food cannot be imitated, so hop on to that ride of yours now and drive your way here at Botejyu!

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