Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Going Japanese With Tokyo Tokyo

California Maki
On the house! 


Even while still in school, I have been a loyal fan of Tokyo Tokyo. I'm even assuming that's where my undying love for Japanese cuisine ignited. If you will please let me quote:

"There is no sincerer love than the love of food."

George Bernard Shaw


Nah, I wasn't paid to blog about Tokyo Tokyo, nor was I invited to feature their food. The California Maki is free since SM and Tokyo Tokyo has an  ongoing promo. Just present your SM Advantage card and you get 4 pieces of those heavenly California Maki absolutely free, but wait there's more! You also get to sumo size your red iced tea for free! (Sorry, have no idea when this promo ends and other details! I tried Googling for it but no specific details even in SM Advantage's website.)



Sumo Remix (Beef Misono with Prawn and Vegetable Tempura)
Php 255.00 or $ 5.91

BF and I have always been devoted to their Beef Misono and even though it comes with some sautéed bean sprouts and other veggies on the side, I went for more meat vs. veggie balance and opted for their tempura. I gobbled everything up except for the red pickled ginger which my stomach just can't seem to grow fond of.

Their Sumo Remix meals are for sharing, ideally for 2 people but for light eaters, this can be shared by as many as 3 people, THAT MANY. Plus with their "Eat All You Kanin" back you know you won't run out of viand and rice sooner than you think. The only sorta negative comment I can give is that their shrimp tempura looks like it consists of 25% shrimp and 75% fried tempura batter. :)




Onion Rings
Php 55.00 or  $1.28

For regular readers, I'm sure I've already expressed enough about my also undying love for onion rings. I haven't? Well then, let me tell you I love it to bits I even tried making my own version at home!

I know it's cheaper when you make it yourself but for the price, you actually get a lot of fresh onion rings still hot from frying. I love it that compared to other measly sized onion rings, you get large ones and there is indeed that crunch in every bite. Not bad eh? I just think they could improve their onion rings more by adding some bread crumbs instead of just the tempura batter they also use for shrimps and veggies for that extra crunch that makes it so addicting for me. Just my two cents here folks. 



Tokyo Tokyo

Location & Phone:

Tokyo Tokyo
SM City San Lazaro
(02) 786-2495

Tokyo Tokyo
SM Mall of Asia
(02) 556-0334

Tokyo Tokyo
SM Sucat 
(02) 820-6808

Tokyo Tokyo
SM Megamall

Tokyo Tokyo
SM Valenzuela 
(02) 294-4744

Tokyo Tokyo
Eastwood City Walk 
(02) 421-0543 to 45

Tokyo Tokyo
Greenhills Shopping Center

Tokyo Tokyo
Harrison Plaza 
(02) 893-7115

Tokyo Tokyo
Market! Market! 
(02) 886-6664

Tokyo Tokyo
Robinsons Place - Lipa

Tokyo Tokyo
Robinsons Place - Manila 
(02) 522-8909

Tokyo Tokyo
Shangri-la Plaza Mall 
(02) 687-7778

Tokyo Tokyo
SM Centerpoint 
(02) 714-2570

Tokyo Tokyo
SM City Batangas

Tokyo Tokyo
SM City Fairview

Tokyo Tokyo
SM City Manila

Tokyo Tokyo
SM City North EDSA 
(02) 926-8631

Tokyo Tokyo
Tutuban Center 
(02) 252-9542

Tokyo Tokyo
Glorietta 5 
(02) 856-2418

Tokyo Tokyo
Greenbelt 1 
(02) 893-7115

Tokyo Tokyo
Power Plant Mall 
(02) 898-1415

Tokyo Tokyo
Festival Supermall

Tokyo Tokyo
SM City Lucena 
(042) 710-5566

Tokyo Tokyo
Ayala 
(02) 750-2423

Website: Tokyo Tokyo
Delivery: None
Estimated Budget: ~P100.00/meal
Payment Methods: Cash, Visa, Mastercard, Amex
Business Hours: 10:00AM to 8:00PM Daily





Your pig out buddy,




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