JA­PANESE set-menu din­ing

Good Housekeeping (Philippines) - - Your Kitchen -

Yayoi spe­cial­izes in teishoku, or a set meal with dishes that make up a well-bal­anced meal. From the chicken nam­ban (P395), a fried chicken cut­let sim­mered in a sweet and sour sauce topped with tar­tar sauce, to the saba shio (P425), a salt-grilled mack­erel fil­let, each teishoku is served with miso soup, a bowl of rice, and two veg­etable sides. Aside from giv­ing you the fla­vors of Ja­pan, this in­ter­na­tional restau­rant chain also gives you a taste of Ja­panese ef­fi­ciency: ipads are avail­able at ev­ery ta­ble so you can browse through the menu and or­der with a tap of a but­ton—your kids will love it!

Yayoi is lo­cated at 3/L Bldg.b, SM Mega­mall, Man­daluy­ong City. Call (632) 634-4865 for more in­for­ma­tion. Visit face­book.com/yayaoiphilip­pines, and fol­low @yay­oiph on In­sta­gram.

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