Go Bento

9th Ave. cor. Lane P, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig, Metro Manila

Go Bento
3.7
3.5 Stars

11 Reviewers

  • 5 stars 2
  • 4 stars 4
  • 3 stars 5
  • 2 stars 0
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  • 11 Reviews
  • 23 Recommend
  • 11 Reviewers
Category:
Asian
Phone
+6326566790

Payment Options

American Express, Cash, MasterCard, Visa

More Business Info

Kids Menu:
Yes
Attire:
Casual
Good for Groups:
Yes

Most Recent Reviews

Eboy D.
3.0 Stars
3

A really nice Japanese fast food concept located along the BGC High Street stretch. The tables are communal which means if your alone, be ready to share a seat and win a friend.

Grab a tray, pick prepared boxes filled with any thing Japanese from Salmon Nigiri, Steamed or Japanese fried rice and grab one of the freshly prepared rice bowls from the open kitchen. It's a moderately sized 'school type cafeteria' to cater to the busy office and shopping crowd of BGC.

I ordered the tempura. I was assured it was freshly made but when it reached my table it was stone cold hard. Although the tempura was moderate, shrimp was tasty. It was a little off putting to say it was made to order when it did not taste so. The rice bowl was generous and for 45pesos it was sulit. The miso soup was boiling hot. Super delicious, great for the crazy rainy evening weather we are having lately.

Overall, it was still a good visit. Service was quick. Ready to explain for those who are confused and lost by the grab and go concept. Senior cards honored. Recommended.

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Anne R.
4.0 Stars
2

I've been silently following Go'Bento's Instagram page and I am interested on what they are offering. A grab and go kind of place to satiate your Japanese cravings. I went here a little bit after the lunch rush hour and most of the offerings on the shelves are wiped out. I guess, you can still ask them for a refill if you want to have a particular item.

I on the other hand decided to just pick from the remaining food readily available. I went for the Salmon Maki, Miso Soup, Green Tea Drink and a piece of Ebi Fry Tempura.

The Spicy Salmon Maki for P135 is really filling and delicious.

They have various Japanese food offerings from sushi to ramen. The price may be a bit pricey for lunch. The total of everything I ordered is already P320. With that price tag, I could already have a filling rice meal from another restaurant. Although I know they have bento set meals for P299. Also, if you're just going to get the Maki on the go, I think the price point is reasonable enough.

Word of warning don't just pile everything, a piece of tempura, a slice of Tonkatsu, or a bowl of miso soup can really rack up the total amount to be paid. In a concept store like this, the key is to think hard and choose the ones that will fill your tummy but not put a hole in your pocket. 128514

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Christina R.
3.0 Stars
2

A ready-to-eat set meal (of your choice) of appetizers, rice topping, dessert and miso soup and a drink for 299.

We came in curious with their bento meals. Everything is prepared and neatly displayed on their chillers / warmers, like a modern cafeteria. You can look at the packages before you make your choice. Unfortunately it wasn't that appetizing for us to eat from plastic containers. But I do get the convenience of their concept.

We ended up purchasing a vanilla soft serve cone for 40 pesos for my daughter. Still self-service, they give you the cone to fill up yourself. It's a bit creamier than FaMa but it was just too soft, which I find odd as there were no customers before us. It should've been churning properly. It was hard to make a nice cone. They had green tea too but my girl just wants plain vanilla.

I like that the place looks really clean. It really has a Japanese feel to it. They have a bottle of hand sanitizer available for use too. Air conditioning is fab, very cold.

When you enter you get a whiff of The Spa aroma, this restaurant is within the same building.

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Darlene M.
4.0 Stars
5

For your quick Japanese fix, Go Bento is the place to be. Perfect for those on-the-go and those who wants fast service.
Tucked in a small space behind The Spa, finally got to try it today despite having walked past it for a few times. I was craving for Salmon Sashimi so that's what I was going to pick up when I saw that they ran out. Good thing that you can easily request it at the counter and they'll just deliver it to your table after a few mins. Also tried Salmon Skin Maki (2 pcs for Php 80). Salmon Sashimi is 5pcs for Php180. And bottled orange juice (Korean) is at Php45.

The sashimi was really good and wasn't thinly sliced. I was really surprised with the quality of their maki too. They sure didn't scrimp on ingredients and product quality. For their price, it may be pricier than fast food, but it's worth it for the food quality. There's a dining area for those who choose to dine in. Take note though that you have to clean before you go. 128522

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Mia C.
3.0 Stars

Craving for Japanese food amidst your busy schedule? Go Bento!
Recommended for people who are:
(1) looking for japanese food
(2) on the go
(3) very hungry and can't wait long serving times
(4) just finished working out in Gold's gym (very near Go Bento) and needs to go back to office

I like the concept because food are already packed and ready to eat. I ordered seaweed salad. The serving was little but the food tastes okay.

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Kim L.
4.0 Stars

Went for a bottle to drink for the road with my friends at 4pm. Very clean and cozy feels. And the local beers are cheap!! At Php35 per bottle! They also have japanese delicacies instore!

Would post another review after I've tried their meals (which look really appetizing)

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Salie D.
3.0 Stars

This is a Japanese Restaurant slash Store. Since it's fairly new and pleasing to the eyes, hubs and I were astonished with the simple yet fun look of the store.

At first, we were confused what to do or where to go, though upon entering you'll see the dining area to the right and a long table bar with chairs to the left. After which the Big chillers with glass door where one can see the variety of Sashimi, Salads (95-155) and different Go Bento Rolls.

On the other side naman, after the dining area is the Cashier, Snack Section and then the open Kitchen where you could see the Chefs behind and those cooked Tempura, Yakitori (too dry and tough), And Tonkatsu in front.

We ordered Ebi Tempura, Ebi Fry and Yakitori plus two white rice. The tray looked like this worth almost 400. I think it's pricey at 50 peso per piece. Ebi Fry is filled with flour cover with too small piece of shrimp inside. I didn't like the Yakitori sauce too. 128513

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Zagrk A.
4.0 Stars

Discover this place a couple of weeks ago.and finally got to try it out today.

The ambiance of the place is really quirky and cute..with the drawings and all that.

The sushi was great. Tried the salmon sashimi and tuna sushi. Both taste freshly made. The tonkatsu curry was ok nothing too special but the price is worth it cause i felt too full halfway through. They really use japanese rice which is a plus for me. The yakisoba was ok too not the type i like much but the twist is good feels like having an okonomiyaki but with noodles.

I like the concept of the resto though i can help but think of the packaging on how much disposables they end up using daily. I guess i still love old fashion plates but this is a great place for those who needs a bite and its ready to go..just grab it and pay no need to wait long for them to.put it in a to go box.

Overall its a good place to satisfy those sushi cravings. If you want something and it isnt on display anymore you can always ask them to just serve it for you after a few mins.

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Angelica O.
3.0 Stars

The Japanese fried rice and the gyoza were good. 128515 But the tempura and pork katsudon were pretty tough and tasteless

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Raul C.
5.0 Stars

Just love the place. A better (take note BETTER) alternative to TokyoTokyo.

I ordered Sukiyaki, Ebi tempura and the usual steamed rice. The tempura was just cooked Perfectly and was not oily. The sukiyaki was not too sweet like the other Japanese food outlets I know.

For php 380, I had the best time eating!

Itadakimasu!

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Alexander D.
5.0 Stars

This place is awesome! Heard that this is Bonchon's concept for people who likes whole foods. And I think this is a great venture and a great alternative to Tokyo Tokyo or any convenience store. Yeah, its like dining go-to resto with mini grocery-like shelves on the side for customers who may like buying fresh stuff at the same time. Must-try if you want something new to try out!

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