Kim­pura

Philippine Tatler Best Restaurants - - JAPANESE -

WHY GO

The restau­rant con­tin­ues to de­light with con­sis­tently good cook­ing that has re­mained true for the last 40 years.

TATLER TIPS

A beau­ti­ful plat­ter of Matsu is a great way to start a meal— savour the good­ness of mixed sashimi con­sist­ing of hamachi, salmon, blue mar­lin, kani, ama ebi (sweet prawn), hoki­gai (sliced oc­to­pus), and saba, all flown-in from Ja­pan. The iron grid­dle-cooked tep­pa­nyaki spe­cial of U.S. black An­gus rib-eye steak and sea-fresh shelled prawns is de­lec­ta­ble. Pair it with a bowl of cha­han, Ja­pan’s la­bo­ri­ously pre­pared fried rice, to com­plete the main event. Pre­ci­sion-cut fruits care­fully ar­ranged on a pris­tine plat­ter pro­vides a re­fresh­ing end to an ex­tremely sump­tu­ous meal.

Sukiyaki PHP 1,500–1,999 PER PER­SON

All shrimp tem­pura

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