Of charm and yum: Koku gives you a taste of Japanese fusion which will make you go on and on and on

Other than being defined as a Japanese unit of measurement, Koku can also be historically defined as enough rice to feed one person for one year, which is about 150 kilograms of rice. That being said, Koku want to create a new measure of memorable dining experience which diners can truly delight in.

With the family who owns Koku in love with Japanese cuisine, they want to share what they love through Koku by offering delicious dishes that are of fusion cuisine in a comfy and a charming environment, alongside great service.

That being said, to start this unforgettable Koku dining experience, the Soft Shell Crab Salad (Php 318) is one of their salad dishes that surely is a must-try! Filled with vibrant, healthy veggies, and topped with fried crab and drizzled with vinaigrette, this one is just pure enjoyment in every mouthful.

Another starter that is definitely the bomb is the Oyster Papaya (Php 278) which is a charming, aromatic dish that is of Japanese oysters with papaya and sweet sauce. This one is a favorite as this is a burst of ocean flavor together with a bite of sweetness and savor.

Follow that one with some of Koku’s Sashimi and Sushi dishes, the Seared Tuna Sashimi (Php 318) is a yummy seared big eye tuna dish with pineapple jam & vinaigrette; while the Koku Mixed Sushi (Php 418) is a colorful and an appetizing serving of kani, ebi, unagi, salmon, and tuna; and the Salmon Aburi Sushi (Php 328) is an order of 4 pieces of torched salmon sushi with special sauce that would give you that delicious smoky taste.

Seared Tuna Sashimi (Php 318)

Koku Mixed Sushi (Php 418)

Koku Mixed Sushi (Php 418)

Salmon Aburi Sushi (Php 328)

After that is the Samurai Maki (Php 518) that is a hugely daunting plate of unagi, kani, cream cheese, cucumber, and shrimp tempura, but do not be intimidated as this one is delectable and filling as it looks!

Continuing going big, brave, and just downright tasty, Koku has Ebi Tempura (3 pieces Php 298 | 5 pieces Php 468) which is a Japanese staple dish that is of battered tiger prawns.

The next one is part of Koku’s Noodles, Sandwiches, & Rice selection which is the Grilled Chicken Wasabi Cream Spaghetti (Php 248). This dish is a must-try as this one is a satisfying plate of chicken, tomato, endamame, and parmesan cheese.

For more slurping and lip-smacking goodness, the Seafood Ramen (Php 378) is a favorite of many because this fun-filled seafood broth with salmon, squid, shrimp, tofu, and corn is truly flavorful.

Next is the Beef Tenderloin Teppanyaki (Php 468) which is one of Koku’s mains and another recommended dish, especially this one comes with a  bed of rice, topped with cubed tenderloin steak with vegetables.

And lastly, sealing this palatable deal with Koku, the Crème Brulee (Php 198) is a dessert that should not be missed out on as this one is a lovely serving of lemon custard, caramelized sugar, and vanilla ice cream which is a milky, creamy blend of yum that just perfectly goes altogether.

Koku surely knows what they are doing – from their service down to the intricacy of each and every dish they are offering. Everything is just exquisite just like what their promise of a memorable dining experience is which is precisely what you are to and you should indulge in.

Follow Koku on their Social Media Pages below:

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kokuph/

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kokuph/

Address: Ground Floor, Two Central Building, Valero Street, Salcedo Village, Makati City

Hours of Operation: Mondays to Sundays, 11AM to 10PM

Contact Number: 02 – 6255197

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