Mi­nami Saki

Philippine Tatler Best Restaurants - - JAPANESE -

WHY GO

This restau­rant will tan­ta­lise your taste buds as the chef Kim­ito Kata­giri of­fers both clas­sic and in­no­va­tive Ja­panese gas­tron­omy all amidst chic and mod­ern in­te­ri­ors.

TATLER TIPS

Start off your meal with the restau­rant’s sig­na­ture dish, the aburi sushi, lightly torched tuna, salmon, and lapu-lapu driz­zled with creamy and rich aburi sauce. Fol­low this up with the kaki pa­paya yaki, suc­cu­lently roasted Ja­panese oys­ters nes­tled on a bed of pa­paya with a flavour­ful miso sauce. The re­fresh­ing pa­paya con­trasts sur­pris­ingly well with the rich oys­ters. For en­trées, the restau­rant has a crisp and mouth­wa­ter­ing ebi tem­pura. The light bat­ter al­lows the large and juicy prawns to take cen­tre stage. For dessert, the cof­fee jelly quite lit­er­ally ar­rives smok­ing, as mist from a glass flask bel­lows out.

Cof­fee jelly PHP 1,500–1,999 PER PER­SON

Kaki pa­paya yaki

Aburi sushi

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