Tofu Agedashi PHP 185.00
Sauce Yakisoba PHP 240.00
28 years ago, I was born as Jun and Eloisa's 2nd child. And the world was never the same, for the good I hope...
Moving on on the Sauce Yakisoba, I thought immediately that it was normal. It consisted of noodles, veggies, meat, shrimp, peppers, and bean sprouts. It's wasn't swimming in butter like most Japanese restaurants do to their vegetables, this one tasted healthy and refreshing. It was simple and I believe there really is nothing more to say about this dish.
Last on the menu was the Tofu Agedashi which was served with some batter to hold it together and some ginger sauce similar to what is served with tempura. What can I say? It was really basic and I can't go one adding more sentences to what is a plan and simple tofu fry.
Over-all, the place's location is not the best as Pasong Tamo has the most notorious jeepney drivers. Parking is sufficient though and you'll find it easy once you've gotten in front of this place, getting there is the hard part.
I thought it was disappointing, simply because I had high expectations. Here's how it ranked on our scorecard.
3.5 - Food Quality is high using fresh ingredients, no aftertaste.
3.0 - Ambiance is okay, but I think it caters to no-none-sense Japanese nationals.
2.5 - Value for Money is pricey for the food you're getting. Nothing great for above average prices.
3.0 - Service is nothing special, nothing bad as well.
12 - Total