Getting its name from a high-flying bird, Ukokkei Ramen by Menzo serves delicious ramen you won’t forget of! Having its first ever branch in SM Megamall and recently opening two branches in the Metro – one in Maginhawa, the other one in SM North, Ukokkei Ramen is making its way to be closer to you so better watch out. With its Maginhawa branch having a … Continue reading Okay is an understatement for describing Ukokkei Japan by Menzo in Maginhawa; here’s why:
Level up your Japanese dining experience with more than just ramen, because Mitsuyado Sei-Men The House of Tsukemen will give you a noodle adventure like no other! Holding your chopsticks or even your spoon and fork, enjoy the fun journey of grab, lift, dip, and slurp! Providing seven years of exquisite Tsukemen experience, Mitsuyado Sei-Men has been growing more and more especially because they only … Continue reading Grab more than just chopsticks: Mitsuyado Sei-Men The House of Tsukemen is such a Must-try!
Control your tempura! Let us shoyu a Japanese restaurant udon want to miss. Izakaya Kenta is a cozy Japanese restaurant that aims diners to have an authentic Japanese dining experience. Their menu is loaded with a wide selection of sushi, sashimi, tempura, maki, yakimono, ramen, and even bento. You’ll go crazy choosing and deciding which to order at a glance of their menu. First on … Continue reading Let’s tako ‘bout Izakaya Kenta: A Quaint Japanese Joint in the Heart of Banawe
A lot of Filipinos love Japanese Cuisine. More and more Japanese restaurants are sprouting here and there, giving us, food lovers, easy access and variety of this type of cuisine. One interesting restaurant can be found in the busy streets of Bonifacio Global City. Located on the third floor of Uptown Mall, Tendon Kohaku is the first of its brand here in the Philippines. This … Continue reading Craving for Tempuras? Tendon Kohaku is the perfect place for you!
Given our fondness for grilled chicken, it is easy to see why yakitori is a concept that enjoys a following in the Philippines. But while many places claim to sell the traditional Japanese delicacy in the country, restaurants with authentic yakitori are still few and far between. Despite a name that simply means “grilled chicken”, authentic yakitori is actually more than just skewered meat on … Continue reading Authentic Yakitori only from Toritake Philippines