Are you a fan of Japanese food too?
Thanks to its focus on fresh and seasonal ingredients, simple yet methodical preparation as well as its artful presentation, Japanese food continues to be among the most popular cuisines in the metro.
One of the premier destinations for Japanese cuisine is Hanako. With its “bang for the buck authentic Japanese food” proposition, it makes delicious Japanese dishes more accessible to foodies in the metro.
It recently opened a branch in Estancia Mall, Capitol Commons, adding a cozy space for Japanese food lovers to discover and enjoy their favorites.
California Maki (Php219). Maki made with kani, mango, cucumber and ebiko.
Salmon Cream Cheese (Php269). Maki made with salmon, cream cheese, cucumber, sesame and tempura flakes.
Ultimate Dynamite Roll (Php269). Maki made with salmon, tuna, kani, togarashi and tempura flakes.
Torched Cheese & Salmon (Php304). Sushi rice topped with marinated salmon and torched cheese.
Salmon Sashimi (Php249/5pcs | Php319/8pcs).
Tuna Sashimi (Php209/5pcs | Php294/8pcs).
Creamy Mushroom Udon (Php249). Thick udon noodles doused in a savory and creamy mushroom sauce.
Gyoza Sampler (Php179/6pcs | Php619/18pcs). Combination of classic pork, beef and chicken Japanese potstickers.
Beef Sukiyaki (Php249). A hearty nabemono (“hot pot dish”) made with sliced beef slowly simmered along with vegetables in a broth of soy sauce, sugar and mirin.
Tuna Tartare (Php249). Sushi-grade tuna chopped into tiny pieces and tossed in Japanese mayo with togarashi, tempura flakes and chopped scallion.
Ebi Tempura (Php209/3pcs | Php309/5pcs). Battered and deep-fried shrimp served with special sauce.
If you’re an avid fan of Ebi Tempura, I suggest you take advantage of its dine-in promo wherein you can enjoy unlimited tempura with a serving of gohan (steamed rice) for only Php499/person. This offer is available Mondays to Thursdays (2 hours maximum), thankfully extended until June 9, 2022.
Yasai Itame (Php154). Fresh and crisp vegetables stir-fried in a flavorful sauce.
Karaage (Php259). Marinated and lightly-floured chicken pieces and deep-fried then served with special sauce.
Chicken Teriyaki (Php294). Rice bowl topped with grilled chicken glazed with teriyaki sauce.
Gyudon (Php299). Rice bowl topped with finely sliced beef simmered in a sweet sauce with onions.
Tonkatsu (Php284). Breaded pork cutlet that’s been deep-fried then served rice and katsu sauce.
Craving for great-tasting Japanese food? Well, now you know where to go to sate your craving without having to burn a hole through your wallet.
It may be time to hie yourself over to any of these Hanako branches in the metro:
- 4th Floor, East Wing, Estancia Mall, Capitol Commons, Pasig City
- 30 Doña Soledad Ave., Better Living Subd., Brgy. Don Bosco, Parañaque City
- 83 B Mindanao Avenue, Quezon City, Bagong Pag-asa,, Quezon City (beside Car Doctor)
- 131-C Armstrong Ave., Brgy. Moonwalk, Parañaque City
- GF, SM Center Pasig, Ortigas East, Pasig City
- 2nd Floor, The Rock, Holy Spirit Drive, Brgy. Don Antonio, Quezon City
- Robinsons Townville Regalado Ext Ciudad Verde, Quezon City
You may also order online at cravehanako.ph.
To stay updated on Hanako’s offers and promos, follow it on Facebook and Instagram.
Disclosure: I attended a food tasting held at this restaurant where food items were served at no cost to the attendees.
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