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After Sunday Mass, they all agreed to take our lunch in Paseo Sta. Rosa where we can have a lot of choices to dine in. I told them to visit Nuvali after eating and or watch movie if we still have time. Since we all love Japanese food, we then found a place to satisfy our cravings.
We visited Ryuma at Paseo de Sta. Rosa, it was such a rewarding place and they really practice Japanese culture. We removed our shoes before entering in their dining table and seated in a small chair while eating. They offered us oshiburi or the wet towel that usually offer in a visitor to make them feel better and refresh before eating.
Tokyo Tokyo is a Japanese fast food resto here in the Philippines. It is known for serving delicious Japanese dishes with free rice refill or they call in “eat-all-you-kanin” as for part of their advertisement. Service crew are also generous in stating their enthusiastic greeting in Nihingo, and I greet them back in Nihongo everytime I went there (hihi).
What I love about Tokyo Tokyo (aside from their free refill rice) is their SUMO MEALS and REMIX food package which happens to be our favorite menu everytime we dine in with them. This food menu is good for two persons, and since rice is refillable, I guess it was quiet cheap to have (hihi).
And oh!! Tokyo Tokyo is the ultimate craving restaurant of my nephew Josiah. That is why I often realize that I should not go with them when I want fries in Mc Donalds, or else there will be no free meal at all (hihi)
Everytime we go out, we are not particular on how popular the restaurant or the place was, as long as we will enjoy and satisfy after every drop. But I didn’t expect to be gratified more than I am expecting to be when I had this Asia’s Cuisine Restaurant. Blame it on to YAKIMIX (sushi.smokeless grill.restaurant).
You can choose different raw meats to grill in a smokeless manner right in front of your table. Take note, raw meats are all fresh and expensive, and served in a very well organized manner.
I love eating sushi/maki rolls, but I am quiet hooked with their different sushi maki made. Japenese foods are well presented in Yakimix, as if it was all orginally cooked in Japan.
They also have so many delicious cakes to choose from, and they were all superb. Kids can also enjoy eating in Yakimix, since they love ice cream and sweets, Yakimix do have 6 different flavors of branded ice cream that they can enjoy more with different mallows and candies for toppings.
Seasonal fruits like mango, water mellon, mellon and dragon fruits are also available in their buffet. Expensive fish are also included and they were all in fresh and clean, you can have them all in your plate.
Aside from the food presentations and ofcourse the variety of menu itself, and given the fact that Yakimix is an eat-all-you-can restaurant. I am also amazed on how they have trained their staff to become very assistive and accommodating. So far, Yakimix is my ultimate Asia’s Cuisine fave, good job!!
Yakimix is located in Mall of Asia, Greenbelt 3 and Trinoma. Opens at 11:00am-2:00pm for breakfast&lunch, and 5:30-11:00pm for dinner. You have to take your reservation first and be there 10 minutes before the opening, because I swear, there’s a lot of Yakimixters out there (hihi)