October 17, 2017

Hoshimatsuri Japanese Restaurant in Makati adds exciting new dishes to their menu

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  • If you’re on the hunt for a place where you can have a great time over grilled meat and a cold glass of beer, look no further than Hoshimatsuri, a Japanese restaurant located in Creekside Mall in Makati.

    Known for their torikawa (grilled chicken skin), Hoshimatsuri is the go-to place for Japanese expats in Manila who want their dose of grilled goodness after work. But aside from the usual favorites they serve, they are adding more dishes that will make you want to visit the restaurant soon.

    Here’s your first look at their new dishes:

    HIYASHI RAMEN CHUCA SALAD (Php 300). Cold ramen made up of strips of ham, cucumber, and crabsticks

    YASAI NO TAMAGOYAKI (Php 230). A Japanese omelet

    AGE NASU PONZU NO GOMA AE (Php 200). Grilled eggplant

    SUSHI NO MORIAWASE (Php 320). An assortment of tasty sushi

    Also read: Hoshimatsuri Japanese Restaurant in Makati: A must-try Yakitori restaurant

    Spicy Mayo Ebi Tempura Maki (Php 250)

    YAKIMONO SEAFOOD MORIAWASE (Php 850/10 pcs). An assortment of grilled seafood.

    Aren’t they all sumptuous? Visit Hoshimatsuri now and get to taste these Japanese dishes as if you’re in Japan!

    Watch our short video of Hoshimatsuri on YouTube! (Watch in HD)

     

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