Sakura Terrace

168 Military Cut-off Rd., Baguio, Benguet

Sakura Terrace
4.2
4.0 Stars

9 Reviewers

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Category:
Japanese
Phone
+639288968008

Payment Options

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Most Recent Reviews

Sharee A.
4.0 Stars
3

My go-to place in Baguio for sushi & sashimi.

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Tommy T.
4.0 Stars

Ordered their pictured from left bowl clockwise, the authentic Tonkotsu remen by Japanese chef Hagi, this pork bone white soup based ramen has a nice flovor, with noodles that are not too soft, the egg not hard boiled. The Tokyo shoyu ramen is a soy based soup, the Tantanmen ramen is a sesame seeds paste and spicy miso soup based ramen. All taste nice but a bit salty, priced @ php 210 - 270/ order. This is a sister store of the famous Yamashita, along General Luna street, serving same food. Only in Baguio.

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Hiroshi Y.
5.0 Stars

YAKISHAKE (grilled salmon) was huge! nice cut! I surely come back this restaurant when I go to Baguio again!

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Makoto T.
5.0 Stars

best Katsudon I have ever eaten in the Philippine.They use Japanese rice.the breaded pork also juicy and tender.must try!!

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Kokoro Y.
5.0 Stars

We love this restaurant.my chicken teriyaki was yummy ~~ ^^

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Kyoko K.
5.0 Stars

we are japanese and my friends and I loved to go this restaurant.we don't know how many times we visited.their price is affordable and food is also volumy.the interior is quite good and their waiter is wearing KIMONO.the family of owner have many restaurants in Japan. I forgot to take picture,i borrowed it from their facebook!

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Lily A.
5.0 Stars

You must try this Japanese resto.
Their food is really authentic and nice.especially,their sushi was really tasty.

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Mintzy F.
1.0 Stars

Food: 1/10 for effort.
Ambiance: 8/10
Staff and Service: 9/10
Experience: 2/10

Overall Rating:
Probably the worst Japanese Resto there is in terms of the food they serve. We ordered their Kani Salad and their Ramen and it left us disappointed. Their kani salad is a 1/10, like it was plain cabbage with mayo and theh added corn, bellpaper and small bits of meats; not appetizing at all. The worst ramen there is! I'm sorry but the soup was salty and it tasted horrible. The meat is tough to chew, the cabbage used is bitter. I didn't dare to even eat it anymore after 5 bites because it all tasted horrible. I don't get it why they served Buko Pandan as a free dessert or what when they're a Japanese Resto.

My mom couldn't handle it and called the attention of their manager and they admitted how horrible their food was. The manager and the care taker even made a bet that we won't finish out food at all. He's right. It's like they knew every customer will hate their food. They also told that the owner of this resto is a Japanese Nationality but doesn't accepts critics warmly. Like he thinks he has the best ramen in the city as said by the managers. We hope you could hear your customers comments to give way for improvement.

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Mintzy F.
2.0 Stars

I wasn't able to take a picture. Sorry! It was our first time here and sad to say we didn't enjoy our time here. We tried their Katsudon and ramens, sadly we ended not liking them at all. The Ramen was good but their dishes weren't that flavorful. Their prices were also high compared to any other Japanese Restaurants. Sorry guys!

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Rocky R.
4.0 Stars

Sakura Terrace is a fairly new Japanese restaurant that opened this March past. It's located between Kubong Sawali & Zio's Pizzeria on Military Cut-off. Like most Japanese restaurants, they cater to those who are craving bento boxes, katsus, ramen, etc... It's a fairly decent sized place; 50'x10' with an outdoor terrace that could accommodate 8-10 persons. This is a simple place with simple aesthetics.

I was the only customer there this afternoon; probably due to the weather Baguio has been receiving the past few weeks, so seats were plentiful. When asked what their specialty was, the server already knew, without having to think, the best dishes they had. So from their menu, I ordered a regular Tonkotsu Pork Ramen (₱210), 5 piece Gyoza (₱85), and Salmon Sashimi (₱190) that the server recommended.

The tonkotsu pork ramen is a pork bone based soup with lots of pork slices. The broth was a thick, and rich topped with slivers of pickled ginger and scallions and a well-made soft-boiled egg. This dish was well executed from a visual standpoint. It was a little salty for my taste, but nonetheless was good. The noodles were fresh, and cooked al dente. I especially enjoyed the soft-boiled egg, because they used a duck egg, which has a more flavorful and creamy yolk than the ordinary chicken egg.

The gyoza, was a little bland. I don't know if the gyoza were store bought or made by the establishment, but it was missing something. More herbs, maybe? Anyway, the soy sauce was to my dispose.

I enjoyed the salmon sashimi. From the looks, you know already that the salmon was fresh. The texture was firm, but not melt-in-your mouth. The cut was more towards the upper loin of the salmon, omitting the fat, hence having more firmness.

What I loved most about my experience there, readers may not believe me, was their soy sauce. I believe it's shoyu; a very light sodium soy sauce famous to Japanese cuisine. The last and only time I've experienced shoyu was in Hawaii. It gave the sashimi and gyoza the right amount of salinity.

When it comes to their, I believe it's wonderful. Again, the server knew off-the-bat which dishes sold well. Also, since it was pouring outside, when departing from the place, the manager, or owner, offered to drive me to town (Session Rd.) now how awesome was that?!?!?! Though the gesture was above and beyond the customer service I was expecting, I humbly declined. 128513

As mentioned in one of my reviews, Baguio has been on the come-up when it comes to international cuisine. I believe this will be a promising establishment, and would love to see this place flourish.

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