I’ve been passing by this restaurant many times but did not pay attention until I heard some nice things from Didi. So one Sunday lunch we decided to give it a try. When we arrived at the restaurant, we had to wait a while since it was full but the receptionist told us a few tables would be leaving soon. We were looking at some of the Japanese stuff they have on sale beside the cashier to pass the time. The place seems less crowded than Kikufuji but a drawback is the closed kitchen.
After a few minutes, we were ushered to our tables and given the menus, both lunch and ala carte menus.
It is inevitable that comparisons with our favorite izakaya (Kikufuji) arise since we’ve been eating there for a long time. They each have their strong suits. Prices might seem cheaper here at first glace but the lunch sets at Kikufuji have more things included, so overall value for money is around the same.
The futomaki will surely draw us back as well as the Sukiyaki. Next time we will try some of the interesting stuff we saw on the mun like the clam kamameshi rice.
800 Arnaiz Ave. (for. Pasay Road)
San Lorenzo Village, Makati City
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