Saturday, June 25, 2011

Nihonbashi Tei, Malate ♥ ♥ ♥


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I am so happy to discover that Nihonbashi Tei Makati also has a branch in Malate. The Manila branch is brighter, less crowded, has more Japanese clients, and is much closer to home. I just know we’ll be back many, many, many times.


edamame beansEdamame beans – I wish the beans were seasoned and not boiled in plain water only,
but this doesn’t really stop me from popping them nonstop into my mouth


We’re seated at a long table and everyone does his or her own ordering.


From the oldies side of the table:

Lapu-Lapu Sashimi


Agedashi Tofu


Fried Prawns




Chicken Teriyaki


Chasho Ramen


My brother is on a diet (or at least he’s TRYING to be) and orders this plate of assorted sushi:



Frances and I, on the other hand, are NOT on a diet and we order all these delicious foodsssss to share between us:

salmon sashimiSalmon Sashimi – fresh and fatty goodness


uni sashimiUni Sashimi – creamy and buttery


Toro Spicy Maki – exciting flavors and textures


Unaju – sweet and delicious, always a winner


Miso Soup


And ta-da! Japan Beef Sukiyaki!


Here’s the Japan Beef.
It may not look like much with the not-so-natural colors and freezer burns here and there, but believe me when I say these are the softest, most flavorful slices of beef I’ve had in a while here in Manila. Literally melt in your mouth. Definitely worth the P3,000 price tag.


I am so not sharing my bowl of love ♥



Nihonbashi Tei Malate: 483 Pedro Gil Street, Ermita, Manila, Philippines.
Tel: +632-708-2807

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