Toki Japanese Fusion and Fine Dining

2/F 32nd & 5th Bldg., 32nd St. cor. 5th Ave., Bonifacio Global City, Taguig, Metro Manila

Toki Japanese Fusion and Fine Dining
4.0
4.0 Stars

16 Reviewers

  • 5 stars 5
  • 4 stars 7
  • 3 stars 3
  • 2 stars 1
  • 1 star 0
  • 17 Reviews
  • 3 Recommend
  • 16 Reviewers
Category:
Fusion
Business Hours
Reopens: 11:00a - 2:00p
Phone
+6328567295

Hours

  • Sunday
    • 11:00a - 2:00p
    • 6:00p - 10:00p
  • Monday
    • 11:00a - 2:00p
    • 6:00p - 10:00p
  • Tuesday
    • 11:00a - 2:00p
    • 6:00p - 10:00p
  • Wednesday
    • 11:00a - 2:00p
    • 6:00p - 10:00p
  • Thursday
    • 11:00a - 2:00p
    • 6:00p - 10:00p
  • Friday
    • 11:00a - 2:00p
    • 6:00p - 10:00p
  • Saturday
    • 11:00a - 2:00p
    • 6:00p - 10:00p

Payment Options

American Express, Cash, MasterCard, Visa

More Business Info

Parking:
Parking Lot
Reservations:
Yes
Delivery:
Yes
Take Out:
Yes
Menus:
Lunch, Dinner
Waiter Service:
Yes
Attire:
Dressy
Good for Groups:
Yes

Most Recent Reviews

Cara B.
5.0 Stars

All i can say is i loved this place, though the food are expensive but it is surely worth it. You can also try their best seller dessert which is the macha roll. Stupendous 128077🏻128077🏻128077🏻128077🏻. Same goes for their Oreo Lava cake 128513

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Chelann F.
3.0 Stars

The sashimi are not so fresh anymore. The ambience is very nice. The staffs are friendly and polite.

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Steff S.
5.0 Stars

I loooved their tofu salad. The dressing was of perfect amount, drizzled evenly, with garlic chips that add crunchy finish to the silky tofu. Yummy!

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Salie D.
5.0 Stars

Saba- A delicious fish thats crunchy on the outside and with soft fish meat! I put some iodized salt and it tastes great with rice! 128523128523128523

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Sanriel A.
4.0 Stars

I liked it.

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Elizabeth S.
3.0 Stars

Ok interiors. Ok food. But that's about it. Ok lang talaga. Then again, we didn't have the wagyu, which I'm assuming is their specialty, so perhaps this was a case of ordering the wrong things. Had the mixed sashimi which was fresh (dapat lang), California maki (hey, don't judge me, I didn't order it btw), cold soba noodles, some pork belly thing, and some Karaage-ish thing but not called Karaage (because they dip the chicken in vinegar, sorry forgot what they call it). K lang. I can have the same stuff I ordered at places like Kikufuji & Mangetsu at lesser prices, but with the same quality. Then again, benefit of the doubt. Maybe we should have ordered the wagyu. In our group of four, not one of us dared. Medyo mahal kasi. Whoops!

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Jason A.
3.0 Stars

Not bad with the Groupon. Without the Groupon I would think twice going here. Kinda pricey for what they offer.

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Salie D.
3.0 Stars

January 19
Fort, BGC

This i think is one famous Jap resto. When you enter there is a wall on the right side filled with the well known people's pictures during their visit here. Then, comes a long walk to the inner most part of the resto. It's a bit dark inside, dim but somehow cozy.

We stayed in a small room for five. Seafood, Soya bean-sprouts and Steak were cooked by the waiter in the middle of the table right in front of everyone.
"I'm sorry that i only took the picture when i'm already eating!"

King Prawns
- soft, delicious and fresh.

Oysters
- Oh i swear by its goodness! This is the best oyster i've had in my life...So yummy...so big and rich, and delish!!!

Wagyu beef
- they said it is called 'knuckles', pure beef steak without the fat. The real A5 (yata) wagyu, says the Manager at that time was not available and out of stock! Just so-so... Boo!

Sapa
- Mackerel. Okay sana if it wasn't too salty.:(

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Odell R.
2.0 Stars

When you enter this restaurant, you'll walk through a zen-like hallway and into some nice interiors.

And that's about it.

Their menu heavily promotes their Wagyu Steak A5 Special, which is a special grilled Wagyu sirloin. There are large photos of it. It's beautiful. I was curious so I ordered it.

"Out of stock."

What da heezy?! How can the star of your menu be not available?

They did offer an off-menu item, a 100g Wagyu A5 tenderloin steak (P1,500) so I tried that instead.

While waiting, I also ordered their flame-seared salmon pressed sushi (P360). This thing had way too much mayo and basically ruined any sort of flavor. Tasted like mayo with a soggy rice texture.

Still interested in some salmon, I ordered two pieces of salmon sushi (P120/piece). Mediocre. The fish didn't taste very fresh. The quality definitely did not match the price.

I was hoping the steak would make up for the other dishes, but it was not to be. It had a watery taste which most likely meant that it was pulled frozen and then cooked. It was nowhere near "Wagyu A5" tender. It simply didn't taste good. Once again, the quality didn't justify the price.

The interior and the service was nice.

Too bad none of the food was any good.

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Larissa E.
4.0 Stars

My parents have been in search for the best Cold Soba in Manila ever since they came back from their trip to Japan. So for our Sunday dinner out, we decided to eat in this Japanese restaurant we haven't tried before.

Apart from its location (away from all the other establishments in the Fort), the long hallway from their entrance leading to the dining area made the place feel all the more private and intimate. (Pwedeng date place! 128521) I also like the fact that you have a choice to sit at the bar, a regular table, a booth, or a private room with a sunken floor - to give you a more authentic Japanese experience.

Like most Japanese restaurants, they served complimentary hot tea while you wait for your food to arrive. And when the food came, they did not disappoint. The sushi and the cold soba were served on a bowl of crushed ice, just how it should be! 128077

They also had a couple of garnishes you can mix with your soba dip, like the fried bread crumbs you wrap tempura with, nori, leeks, and this meat I don't know the name of. Haha! (They didn't have quail eggs, though. Tsk.) The soba was good. The toppings really added flavor to the dish. 128076

And when I couldn't finish my order, I brought it home and had it for lunch the next day, and it still tasted good! - Hindi na kelangan initin pa. Straight from the ref. Haha!

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Reggie N.
5.0 Stars

Wagyu Japanese Steak. I think that pretty much sums it up. Perfectly seasoned and cooked. No need for the added sauces though they do add levels of flavor. Nice and charred outside and pink and succulent in the middle. The veggies with beef bits was perfect. I dipped it in some teppanyaki sauce which really brought out so much flavor.

The tofu and fruits and miso soup just piled on the wonderful.

Confession time. Client paid for the meal and this dish was P2000. I wasn't being a leach as he ordered for me. So no guilt. Hahaha. Very pricey. But if this is within your price range it is a must try.

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Kyle B.
5.0 Stars

Best japanese dinner I've ever had (so far!) Everything was so fresh! Price was very much worth it. 128525

Try: wagyu steak, wagyu curry, sashimi, salmon sushi

I was very happy busog after this dinnah!!!!!

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Krisella L.
4.0 Stars

My favorite "hidden gem", since most of the people I'm acquainted with have yet to try this restaurant. I used to LOVE their sashimi carpaccio (before they changed chefs). I usually hate nuts of any kind on my food, but I finish this dish within minutes upon its arrival on our table. Not that their current version is bad, actually I'd still come back for it from time to time to satisfy my cravings. The older version was just more flavorful and balanced, and you can really tell the difference if you've eaten it several times already.

Servers are all very friendly, attentive, and knowledgeable when it comes to their menu, and since my family and I are regulars here they make it a point to remember our preferences and requests. Pricey, but well worth what you'll have to pay because everything is fresh and the ingredients are very high quality. I always make it a point to satisfy my sashimi and uni cravings here, too.

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Luigi M.
4.0 Stars

Quite expensive! But really good food! Wagyu A5 was amazing! Sashimi was really fresh, salmon just melts in your mouth! Amazing! :) but service was poor! Pwede na :)

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Kim A.
4.0 Stars

Only 30 minutes after breakfast, I was savoring this yummy Seafood Udon of Toki. It was a bit costly but if you want an authentic Japanese place, Toki is the place to go at Fort. The place was really classy and the friend who took me there told me that if he wants to have a quiet chat with someone he would usually bring him there since it's near our office and food is great.

Since I have already established on my first post that I am a huge fan of noodles, I am yet again posting another noodle dish but this time with soup! It was really good! The taste and serving (plus ambience and good service) were all worth the price!

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Chabeli B.
4.0 Stars

This is now my favorite place to eat uni. Everything's a bit pricey, even for a Japanese restaurant, but the uni I just had today was so sweet, no fishy taste, so fresh and good. The other sashimi was just average, though.

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Brett L.
4.0 Stars

Food was good ! Service was excellent. Very children friendly.

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