Forbes Town Center, Forbestown Rd., Bonifacio Global City, Taguig, Metro Manila
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Sandy P and I were looking for a place to dine for a light meal before she’d go for a workout. Our legs were taking us to SaladStop! already, but thankfully we passed by here and saw the photo of their Poke Bowls on the window. This lured us in instead.
We both ordered the Spicy Salmon with Flakes Poke Bowl, medium size at PHP 370++. After taxes and service charge ot came down to about PHP 410 per person. Size was decent, looks really small but actually filling.
Taste is quite good, can compete to another popular Spicy Salmon dish I actually patronize from a different place. Spice level was tolerable and the flavor compliments well with the salmon. The fish tasted fresh so it was good too.
Norman Lester T joined us later, and he had the maki version which was actually pretty much the same, only with a different presentation. Taste was good too, but I was hoping for a bigger portion, maybe because I kept on comparing it again with the other place I mentioned earlier.
Will I come back? Maybe yes. But not too soon with the price tag.
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Only 1 word to say... AWESOME.... from the food to the servixe all is a point... this will be my new japanese go to place... Kampai....
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This is a branch of the the nearby Keizo in Kensington on 1st Avenue which is maybe a 2 minute walk leisurely from this place. This is a bit bigger than the original branch. Not as bright as the original too, my OCD is dying to erase all the writing on their glass wall because it doesn't give me a clear view of the inside.
Unfortunately we ditched this place to try Coco Ichibanya. Having been sitting here for 10 minutes, I decided to order something for take out, kakahiya naman di ba?
I would never order a California Maki, fake crab is not my thing. However it was the cheapest one on the menu at 180. I honestly regret being a cheapskate and I should've ordered a salmon one instead. I found the rice a bit dry, like they didn't make it into sushi rice (vinegar+sugar+salt) and just used rice straight from the rice cooker. There was barely any kani nor mango too. One of the pieces had only half of them, bitin ang laman. I didn't want to rate this place so low but I'm just keeping it real.
Would I come back? Well yes but to try something else. Keizo is owned by a Japanese chef who has a solid reputation from the original Keizo.
We sat outside the whole time. I didn't notice if they played Adele here too. Hello?!
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