A. Bonifacio St., Bangkal, Makati, Metro Manila
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Don’t be deceived by the picture. It’s like a hidden gem in Bangkal. The owner is Japanese and i saw him before preparing the food.
I tried their katsudon and gyudon. My niece’s favorite is their tempura.
Try it out! Very cheap 🏻🏻🏻
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I enjoyed their Gekikara Ramen. Spiciness is perfect though the noodles were more commercialized.
I ordered Chahan fried rice and Gyoza with the ramen which is the perfect combination for me.
Their Chahan fried rice were good and toppings/ingeridients were generous. Gyoza was good too, I can't say much but I had 5pcs.( fat guy here)
Overall I enjoyed their food and it's awesome to have this Japanese street resto in our Barangay.
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Japanese carinderia in Bangkal, Makati, owned by a Japanese married to a Pinay. We have a friend that lives in the area who brought us here. It's in a clean and quiet street, in contrast to the chaotic Evangelista. We visited on a Saturday night and we were the only diners, though they did have several customers who bought food to-go.
Grabe, everything is cheap! As you can see in the menu, their price ranges from 70-120 only. It's nothing fancy. But it was pretty good for the price. Kitchen and dining area is very clean too.
The only thing I would not order again would be their ramen. The broth is a clear liquid soup which I don't like.
Take note again, they're a cheap eat. I was half afraid staying by the sidewalk (sorry, mostly because my kids were with us and because I'm always paranoid), but overall the street felt safer when we saw more people staying with us. Service was actually good too and we were served with a smile. After the meal I felt happy that neighbourhood places like this existed.
It felt good to have paid 600 for food for 4 of us, which also included take out for 1.
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