Keizo

Philippine Tatler Best Restaurants - - JAPANESE -

WHY GO

A non­de­script set­ting for an as­ton­ish­ing jour­ney into fresh­ness. Check out this Ja­panese restau­rant once and a re­solve to come back to try ev­ery­thing on the menu is well-as­sured.

TATLER TIPS

The place is quite small, and on a week­end, reser­va­tions are highly rec­om­mended. The mixed sashimi is quite pos­si­bly the clos­est one can get to the myr­iad bounty of Tsuk­iji Mar­ket, with the best of the sea­son's catch beck­on­ing din­ers to an en­rap­tured ex­pe­ri­ence. The Sap­poro oc­to­pus as rec­om­mended by the knowl­edge­able wait­staff, re­tained a head­ily sub­tle mix of brine and sweet­ness, and the uni slid down plea­sur­ably, its airy tex­ture hint­ing of sea foam.

Men­taiko with cut­tle­fish in key lime PHP 1,500–1,999 PER PER­SON

Katsu-Ni

Keizo sea­sonal mixed sashimi

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