Antero Soriano Highway, Bacao 2, General Trias, Cavite
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This is definitely one of the best places to go to when you are around the area. They serve authentic Japanese cuisine. It's proven authentic because a lot of Japanese go here (because EPZA got organization that is Japanese owned. Anyway, the place is large enough to accommodate around 90 pax. They have these small cubicles wherein you have to take off your shoes, giving you that Japanese feel. I sat there the first time i went with our VP. It's good for meetings.
I was seated on the "non smoking" area but apparently the "smoking area" is just meters away--without any dividers or so, so parang nagtaka ako naaamoy q pa rin yung smoke.
The first time i went there i got there bento (loving these emojis) with chicken teriyaki for PhP400+ and it did not disappoint! While seated, the oshibori (or wet towel) was served.
nigiri/soba set @545PhP
It's actually a choice between a hot or cold udon or soba option. Thank God there's a cold option. The set was served in 10 minutes. I like the cold soba because the serving size is good enough. The usual quail egg, grated radish, wasabi, and spring onions were there to be put in your dipping sauce.
What i loved was the nigiri set. As it really showcases Japanese genuineness. The nigiri set comes in maguro (tuna), karei (shiromi or white fish), ebi (prawn), unagi (eel), and tamago (egg). What made it authentic is the wasabi is already incorporated inside the nigiri. I remembered reading an article about this, that you don't need to put more wasabi into your nigiri as the chef is already incorporating some inside. It's tasty and heavenly! Oh, do dip your nigiri on soy sauce at the fish side (not the rice side)
How could i forget ti mention the serving of fresh salad with black vinegar and sesame vinaigrette at the side --and a slice of watermelon too!
Place is really recommendable for Japanese cuisine lovers. They do close 2pm and reopens at around 5pm.
Parking is always easy as ling as you get there before each service's peak time. There's wifi inside and separate CR with fragrant oshibori inside.
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OMG first reviewer?! This place is a gem in Rosario! Located exactly beside EPZA, Japanese employees have their lunch here. The chef here is Japanese so expect the food to be legit. The price range is similar to Japanese restaurants in Manila like Nihonbashitei or Isshin. They also have their lunch sets which are quite reasonable. Did not gave them 5 stars because the service needs improvement. No issue if it is not peak hours, but if you dine here during lunch time, expect the service to be a bit slow. Other than that, everything is great! The ambiance is authentic enough to feel like you are in Japan and the people around you will greet you upon entry and exit in Japanese.
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