Wished for a Japan tour but monetarily "disabled" (as of the moment) to go there? Well, here's what we did!
I, together with my friend-slash-blockmate, Chris, primarily wanted to have our collaborative food blog. Due to some undefined circumstances, however, it has long been delayed. Hence, this post wherein I compiled our first foodtrip adventure at Little Tokyo, an authentic Japanese place in Chino Roces Ave.
Basically our fondness for Asian food and food, in general, has brought us to invite over our blockmates who were available at the time to join us for our supposed-to-be food blog. Well, Little Tokyo mesmerized me with the authentic Japanese ambiance just right at the time that we entered that small arch with Little Tokyo embossed (or marked or whatever) on it.
We took our seats at Hana, the place known for its delicious takoyaki. I tell you, it didn't disappoint!
Nixie and I went for a stroll around the area. We found this grocery and restaurant called Yamazaki which caters Japanese cuisine with lower prices than the others. Though the price may not be that flabbergasting as the others restarurant's were, the food we ordered weren't bad as well. We ordered two bowls of noodles for the two of us and a serving of their gyoza. It was so good we hardly breathed as we walked to Ayala Station!
Noodles served at Yamazaki.
All photos shot either by yours truly or Chris Tenchavez.
For a map of Little Tokyo, see it here.
Hana Restaurant, Little Tokyo
Chino Roces Ave., Makati City
Yamazaki Ramen House and Grocery
Fernando St., Makati City