January 30, 2017

Hanagushi in The Beacon, Makati: Taste the best Yakitori of Saga, Japan

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  • Hanagushi is where you will find the best grilled Japanese food in Manila!

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    Facade

    If you’ve been wanting to eat Japanese food aside from the usual ramen, then you have got to try their grilled items, called yakitori. Popular in Saga, Japan for offering grilled goodness, Hanagushi is here to let Filipinos taste the best of their cuisine.

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    Interior

     This Japanese restaurant found at The Beacon in Makati is starting to become a favorite among Japanese and Filipino customers because of their flavorful charcoal-grilled food of great varieties. Inside the restaurant, you will be welcomed by their Japan-inspired interior, complete with walls decorated with Japan art and low tables for those who would like to have it the Japanese way.

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    Jidori Shioyaki. Grilled Pedigree Chicken from Japan (Php 350)

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    Sushi Moriawase. 8 kinds of sushi with soup  (Php 380)

    Their Yakitori lunch set is a crowd favorite, filled with grilled items such as mushrooms, chicken, and more. Be sure to order their sushi, sashimi, tempura, and kushikatsu too, and taste their delicious and authentic Japanese food.

    Fix that yakitori craving here at Hanagushi and taste what grilled Japanese food should be like!

                 
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