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Posted 30 May 2007 - 11:02 PM

Seryna in Makati. Try the oysters,sarap

yung shrimp sashimi ok din , pati yung dessert na melon matamis . matagal service yun lang

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Posted 30 May 2007 - 11:03 PM

Yuujin Japanese Cuisine along Wilson Street, Greenhills, San Juan - authentic Japanese dishes at reasonable prices

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Posted 31 May 2007 - 12:15 AM

Kaiseki in The Fort is very good.

I love their sushi. :thumbsupsmiley:

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Posted 01 June 2007 - 01:46 AM

Kaiseki, Furusato, yun nasa Hotel nikko, yun japaness resto, good food, but pricy. dont know if its still open.

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Posted 01 June 2007 - 09:41 AM

If you go to Seryna during lunchtime, they have set menus priced at about P250. They don't also have service charge during lunch. Excellent value for money!

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Posted 01 June 2007 - 10:37 AM

TSUMURA Sushi Bar & Resto
2/F 88 Corporate Center, Sedeno cor Valero St., Salcedo Village, Makati

The Best!!! :thumbsupsmiley:

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Posted 01 June 2007 - 05:00 PM

try nyo ito, authentic japanese food and reasonable prices pa. Izakaya Kikufuji. Anything japanese you want they have it, pati horse sashimi. Laging puno at panay hapon kumakain dito. its in little tokyo, along pasong tamo, tapat ng makati cinema square

Kikufuji is as good as tsumura but half the price.
Also Akiga is good, dati sa Puregold shaw pero nawala na sila nung nasunog. they have a branch in podium but ive never tried it.

Edited by stoked20002000, 01 June 2007 - 05:00 PM.


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Posted 01 June 2007 - 08:30 PM

try nyo ito, authentic japanese food and reasonable prices pa. Izakaya Kikufuji. Anything japanese you want they have it, pati horse sashimi. Laging puno at panay hapon kumakain dito. its in little tokyo, along pasong tamo, tapat ng makati cinema square

Kikufuji is as good as tsumura but half the price.
Also Akiga is good, dati sa Puregold shaw pero nawala na sila nung nasunog. they have a branch in podium but ive never tried it.


you sound like you really know where to dine my friend! :D
what are the must haves in this place?
musta naman ang budget? how much wld I have to allocate?

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Posted 03 June 2007 - 09:22 PM

Sugi GH my favorite :)

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Posted 09 June 2007 - 02:15 AM

shinjuku in makati



Sa likod lang ng ofc namin ito.. hehehe.. sarap nga..


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Posted 09 June 2007 - 02:18 AM

Add ko lang sa questions..

Authentic RAMEN.. San din??
Nakakagutom kasi si naruto..


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Posted 09 June 2007 - 04:33 AM

nanohana, seryna, tsumura, tsukiji!!!

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Posted 09 June 2007 - 01:48 PM

RAMEN -- my dad always eat at pasay road isshin , in front o kenny rger park square

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Posted 09 June 2007 - 02:50 PM

kamameshi is okayee

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Posted 09 June 2007 - 11:48 PM

can't wait to go to this palce!

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Posted 11 June 2007 - 10:20 PM

Tsukiji is definitely the best among the authentic japanese resto. High end. Read menu right to left. Atop Milky Way bldg corner Pasy Road and Paseo de Roxas.

A good sub is Azumaya, 1st floor of the same bldg. Try their bento lunch.

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Posted 15 June 2007 - 09:30 AM

1) suehiro (along pasay road, near don bosco church). they have set meals for lunch which costs P250 (inclusive of japanese salad, rice, two hefty servings of main dishes, dessert and iced coffee or ice tea. my boyf likes it here coz he gets to stare and oggle at the servers legs (they normally wear something similar to a french maid uniform) and there are also tons of japanese mags full of naked girls that u can borrow while waiting for your food.

2) sango - and if u guys havent seen an authentic japanese fastfood place, try sango along mile long (its located between pharaoh and a japanese grocery). try their chicken burgers or their regular burgers! the people here are so nice and polite. on weekends, feeling mo nasa japan ka coz japanese families converge here lalo na for lunch with their kids.

oh yeah, they also serve rice meals -- the regular tonkatsu, katsudon, etc fare. however, they don't advertise it sa menu, just ask for it sa counter. the reason why they don't have it sa menu is bec accdg to them it takes awhile to make em and baka madami na daw yung kumain sa kanila if people find out they're serving rice meals and ayaw nila mangyari yun because baka di daw nila ma-asikaso ng maayos lahat ng customers. in short they dont want loads of people eating there (now thats the kind of service i want!) :D ---> see how different they are from pinoys talaga who don't really care kung naaasikaso nila yung customers nila no? most establishments would go for volume at the expense of its customers :rolleyes:

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Posted 15 June 2007 - 12:22 PM

try nyo ito, authentic japanese food and reasonable prices pa. Izakaya Kikufuji. Anything japanese you want they have it, pati horse sashimi. Laging puno at panay hapon kumakain dito. its in little tokyo, along pasong tamo, tapat ng makati cinema square

Kikufuji is as good as tsumura but half the price.
Also Akiga is good, dati sa Puregold shaw pero nawala na sila nung nasunog. they have a branch in podium but ive never tried it.



where is this located

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Posted 18 June 2007 - 04:01 PM

try nyo ito, authentic japanese food and reasonable prices pa. Izakaya Kikufuji. Anything japanese you want they have it, pati horse sashimi. Laging puno at panay hapon kumakain dito. its in little tokyo, along pasong tamo, tapat ng makati cinema square

Kikufuji is as good as tsumura but half the price.
Also Akiga is good, dati sa Puregold shaw pero nawala na sila nung nasunog. they have a branch in podium but ive never tried it.



How often has 1 taken restaurant advice and survived to regret it? This definitely is not 1 of those times. Izakaya Kikufuji is really good. I grew up mostly in L.A. and I have only been to Japan on a brief stopover at Narita so I am not really qualified to deem whether what I ate today is authentic or otherwise. What I will claim is that it reminds of Mishimas in West L.A. (formerly on the corner of Sawtell & Olympic but now on Wilshire and maybe Bundy). I ordered the Katsudon lunch set. Lunch set came with 4 pieces of appetizer size sashimi, a small salad, "shallow soup" which contains tripe and pieces of pork, and miso soup. Sashimi should have been colder and soup should have been hotter but everything else was great. Main course was hot and delicious.

Maybe because of my timing (I arrived at the restaurant around 12:30 on a Monday) but the place had just the right number of people for my taste (i.e. not too crowded, which usually means not having to wait a long time, and not too sparse, which communicates that enough people like the food). Indeed, there were many who looked like Japanese nationals eating at the place.

Lunch special starts from 190 to 380? Not sure of the high range because I focused on the 250-300 range, which happens to be within my budget. Lunch set and vat cost Php 218 (I didn't order any drinks). Tip not included in bill so if you get good service, reward the hardworking staff. I gave Php 50 but if you can afford more, give more, and if you can afford less, give what you can. The place is right across Makati Cinema Square but it is across it on a small street instead of across it on Pasong Tamo. Market Square Cinema and Kikufuji are on the same side on Pasong Tamo (I believe, it is the east side)

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Posted 18 June 2007 - 04:08 PM

By the way, to those who posted about Japanese restaurants in the 250-300 range. Thanks guys. I only live a few blocks from all these Japanese Restaurants on Pasay Road, Pasong Tamo, and Greenbelt I had always been kind of intimidated to go these Japanese restos on Pasay Road and Pasong Tamo because it just looks like it's going to be expensive (i.e. 500 per visit), similar to Sugi. As a result, I only go to Sugi on semi special occasions and on those times I only have 200 peso budget, I go to Terriyaki Boy. Terriyaki Boy is ok but you get what you pay for, and the premium by Kikufuji is worth it.




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