Urban Eats, 71 Congressional Ave. Ext., Quezon City, Metro Manila
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I came to Urban Eats and tried out this humble japanese joint.
I ordered the following:
🏼Spicy Salmon Tartare, in which you'll gonna do some wrapping in nori sheets with fried wanton bits. For an average spicy-eater like me, it's not full on spicy doncha worry. The Salmon was fresh and the overall taste was okay considering I am not a nori person.
🏼One of my favorite here, Ebi Tempura Poppers, small pieces of tempura shrimp and cheese fried then drizzled with mayo and nori strings. I can taste the creamy cheese inside but I did not notice the shrimp, but whatever, I still love tempura. I suggest you order this when you're there.🏼🏼
🏼This succulent Bacon-Wrapped Tuna Yakitori, has a nice combination of flavors, and it's soooo juicy when you bite each chunks. Sooooo yum!
🏼A Japanese version of a hotdog sandwich topped with fried white onions, mayo and nori strings which they call the Nihon Bun.
There are other merchants here for a more foodie adventure.
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What's inside urban eats? The word riyori (理より) means cuisine or cooking. So when you say itaria (イタリア) riyori, it's italian cuisine and furansu (フランス) french cuisine. Then this is stall is translated japanese cuisine.
We ordered the salmon sashimi and prawn tempura. The salmon sashimi tastes fresh. However we find the wasabi a little bit less than what we expect from a super spicy wasabi. It is a bit sweet.
The tempura cutlets were superb. Pero eat it fast
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