Located in Bf homes Sucat, a small cozy neighborhood restaurant hat surprisingly serves good Japanese food. From the outside the place doesn’t look appealing. It was design more like of a mediterranean restaurant on the outside than a Japanese place.
Appetizer: Deep Fried Tuna Pieces. freebie
Cody: Freshly cooked tuna pieces, seasoned with soy sauce, lightly floured, I love that they made this dish only when we came, It was obvious it came out from the frying pan, still hot, the meat marinated nicely
Elle: Crispy tuna pieces with very minimal flavouring. Tastes much like very fresh tuna fried Japanese style.
Next dish: Ebi Ten Maki
Cody- very very good sushi rice, the tempura was of average size but fried excellently.Elle: Very crispy ebi. The crispiness compliments the softness of the sushi
Cody – this was a surprise, the sauce covering the whole dish, add a dash of togarashi and woah, the sauce was god enough to be wiped off with anything. The noodles gave a nice contrast of crispy and al dente
Elle: The noodles were fried into a cake and it was covered in a thick and nicely seasoned sauce. I liked that the noodles weren’t just simply boiled and thrown onto a plate. It was not like your regular yakisoba. This was a better version of the popular dish.
This restaurant will rival the more popular restaurants in Makati like Nanohana, restos in Little tokyo, NIhonbashitei, etc etc. WE love a great neighborhood restaurant. Too bad we dont live in the area