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Los mejores restaurantes en Makati

Restaurante japonés
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“It is a small compound in the bustling Makati, where Filipinos can get a taste of authentic Japanese food without having to leave the country. There are 13 restaurants offering delicious servings of Japanese food that are close to the real thing. Each has an extensive menu and their own specialty”
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“This Japanese place is part of a complex called Little Tokyo. While this restaurant is not part of the inner courtyard . You can just head there after having a meal here. The courtyard usually have overpriced items but you can have a drink or dessert there. ”
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“"What to get: Ramen. Fun fact: you can feel that you’ve been transported to the Land of the Rising Sun because their servers are dressed in kimonos! You may be surprised to know that most of them know how to speak Japanese." -ph(.)phonebooky(.)com”
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“A Japanese-Korean fusion "yakiniku" (means grilled) restaurant that is located at the ground floor of this studio. They also have another one on the mezzanine floor. We love dining here and so do many of our friends and family... Delectable meat and seafood that you cook on a grill. It may be a bit pricey but it's worth it. ”
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“Great Yakiniku in the city! Another Japanese restaurant for you to explore...”
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“"What to get: Okonomiyaki. Say what? O-ko-no-mi-yaki is a Japanese pancake made from different ingredients like vegetables, meats, and seafood. They mix and cook your savory pancakes in front of you. Baseball fan? Kagura’s interiors are beautifully decorated with Japan’s Hanshin Tigers baseball team memorabilia." -ph(.)phonebooky(.)com”
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“What to get: Takoyaki and Kakigori. If you’re looking for a refreshing dessert this summer, try their Kakigori which is an iced dessert that is quite similar to our local halo-halo." -ph(.)phonebooky(.)com”
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“My husband and I go here at least once a week! We love the food! The grilled items are just to die for! Scallops and seafood and this crab fat and other crab stuff in a tiny ceramic mug that you grill is just deadly... Literally to die for! Sooo good! It's just at the ground floor of where this studio is located!”
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“Ramen is the answer, most especially for rainy nights. Their other non-ramen menu items are pretty good as well. This is also located at the ground floor. ”
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“What to get: Their eat all you can yakiniku buffet. Available Mondays-Wednesdays, 5 pm onwards at P500 per head +service charge. Your P500 can get you all the wagyu cubes that you want! Other recommended food options are their scallops, shrimps, oysters, and sausages. Make sure to visit as early as Monday because those wagyu cubes sell like candy! -ph(.)phonebooky(.)com”
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“Best Cheap Authentic Japanese Buffet Monday-Wednesday 6:00-12:00mn Wagyu Cubes, Japan Prawns, Japan Scallops, Japan Crab legs and more”
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Supermercado
“"What to get: Curry katsu rice, the ramen bowls and the Makanouchi Bento. This place is one of the most affordable joints at Little Tokyo! Most of their plates come with a bargain price of less than P200 each. The in-store Japanese supermarket sells authentic Japanese goods as well."”
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