Tokyo Tokyo

2/F Limketkai Center, Limketkai Drive, Cagayan de Oro, Misamis Oriental

Tokyo Tokyo
3.5 Stars

6 Reviewers

  • 5 stars 1
  • 4 stars 1
  • 3 stars 4
  • 2 stars 0
  • 1 star 0
  • 6 Reviews
  • 16 Recommend
  • 6 Reviewers
Fast Food

Payment Options


Price Range

₱75 - ₱225

More Business Info

Parking Lot
Take Out:
Lunch, Dinner, Dessert
Good for Groups:

Most Recent Reviews

Kishy G.
5.0 Stars


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Janet T.
3.0 Stars

I thought it was OK.

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Rampelthels L.
3.0 Stars

Not bad!

Affordable Japanese treat for everyone and it is already available in my city 128522

Tokyo tokyo opened early last year but just recently i discovered it so....Alas! Chow time.

My daughter had her favorite Tempura and Ramen and i ordered Chicken karagi with sweet sauce and California maki... Still the red ice tea is refreshing and the food we had is just OK and worth for the price we paid.

Quick and cheap Japanese food satisfaction 128077

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Mitchell M.
4.0 Stars

I liked it.

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Adenais T.
3.0 Stars

Cheapest japanese fastfood chain for me. Not bad. Pocket friendly and eat all you can rice! 128525127834128076

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3.0 Stars

Quoted from a tip I posted on Foursquare, "If I were to write something and rate on Looloo, I'd prolly give only 3 stars."

We were really hungry and indecisive about where and what to eat and all that.

Then I remembered that Tokyo Tokyo opened their very first branch in CDO a few months ago. So without second thought, I told my hubba that I miss their food; That the last time I ate in Tokyo Tokyo was days before I moved to CDO from Manila. So we went there to have [late] lunch.

When we came there, it was around 4 in the afternoon so the place was barely filled, and we were so glad probably because we're never a fan of crowded places.

Orders: Beef teriyaki (for my hubba), chicken yakitori (for myself), and yakisoba.

I was really disappointed when they told me that they don't have chicken yakitori. I'm not so sure about this, but as far as I know, Tokyo Tokyos in Metro Manila (and maybe in Cebu, too) have yakitoris. Right? 128513 Anyway, I easily moved on from that but seconds later, when I was about to tell them to remove the pork in my yakisoba, the manager kindly apologized for it isn't "yet" available in all Mindanao branches.

I was really, really craving for the two. So you can just imagine the level of my disappointment.

So I ended up having honey chicken teriyaki which I didn't really like. Haha! I mean, the chicken pops (I don't know what it's exactly called but it looked like chicken pops, or balls, or whatever) - battered and deepfried and it looked like something from KFC. Nothing so Japanese-y. And its sauce, what the hell, it tasted almost like Kikkoman.

When they served us the food, I ask the waitress for a chili oil, and she said they don't have one. I wanted to say "Ha? Sure ka? Pwede paki-check nalang muna sa kitch niyo?" but instead, I just let out a sigh of disappointment. #busted! I just don't think you can't find even a single drop of chili oil in a Japanese resto.

Do I also have to mention- before I end this- that the buttered veggies didn't taste and look so buttered at all?

I'm giving 3 stars because the manager and waits were kind and apologetic, plus the place was clean, and it wasn't crowded (at the time, LOL), and the red iced tea still tasted the same. 128523

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