Tokyo Tokyo has long been one of the go-to restaurants of foodies looking for tasty yet affordable Japanese food.
In fact, I got my first taste of Tokyo Tokyo back when my food budget was dependent on my baon back during my college days. I’m sure my love for Japanese cuisine was spurred, in part, by my taste of Tokyo Tokyo’s tonkatsu and tempura that I bought from its kiosk during one of my college fairs.
Today, Tokyo Tokyo is the number one Japanese food chain, staying true to its mission of bringing Japan closer to Pinoys.
My family and I have come to look forward to a visit to a Tokyo Tokyo branch for a delicious Japanese meal.
Some of our favorites include:
Fried Gyoza (Php60 | 3pcs). Classic Japanese potstickers that are fried then served on a bed of fresh cabbage and drizzled with Teriyaki sauce.
Wagyu Katsu Bento (Php195). Wagyu beef coated in panko crumbs then deep-fried to golden and crunchy perfection and served with tonktsu sauce, vegetable misono and unlimited rice.
Beef Misono Bento (Php270). Tender beef strips seasoned with misono sauce and toasted garlic bits and red pickled radish served red iced tea, miso soup and dessert.
On the other hand, to cater to the family’s Japanese food cravings without leaving home, we can easily get platters of Tokyo Tokyo’s dishes delivered right to our doorstep.
Chicken Karaage Platter (Php160 | 6pcs). Marinated chicken pieces are lightly floured and deep-fried to a delicious golden brown, then served with soy ginger sauce.
Prawn Tempura (Php265 | 6pcs). Battered and deep-fried prawns served with tempura sauce.
With such great-tasting Japanese dishes so easily accessible, you won’t have any problem sating your Japanese food cravings.
Dine in at Tokyo Tokyo outlets or get your takeouts from its Express Stores in the metro.
For delivery, order through Tokyo Tokyo’s website, its mobile app or via GrabFood, FoodPanda or Pick.A.Roo.