January 22, 2019

YAYOI Japanese Teishoku Restaurant Opens Third Branch in BGC

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    Opened only in August 2018, the One Bonifacio High Street in Bonifacio Global City already burgeoned into a galleria with recent restaurant openings–one of which is the third branch of the ever-famous YAYOI.

    YAYOI Philippines opened its third branch in BGC

    YAYOI came to the Philippines in 2016 and is the first to bring the Japanese set-menu dining called teishoku in the country.

    Known as an everyday cuisine in Japan, teishoku is quite a satisfying and naturally healthy set meal, which is typically prepared on a tray with servings of a main dish, Japanese bowl of steamed rice, miso soup, vegetable, and pickles.

    Stylish Japanese art murals adorning the walls make the third branch more youthful in appearance

    In Japan, it is designed to meet the traditional Japanese ideal of a balanced meal.

    Wooden elements retain the traditional Japanese ambiance of the restaurant

    With the first branch opened at SM Megamall in Ortigas and the second one at SM Mall of Asia in Pasay, this original Japanese restaurant has attracted many local diners with their different yet wholesome food concept.

    And due to the high demand, YAYOI has branched out.

    VIP room

    Unlike the first two branches that completely flaunt elegant interiors, the BGC branch is more inviting, sporting playful and stylish elements adorned the walls, catering to the group of millennials.

    Though it appears as a modern and casual dining, the traditional Japanese touch and aura are retained.

    This third branch is indeed an Instagram-worthy spot

    Moreover, the BGC branch still implements the YAYOI’s signature ordering system, wherein tablets are installed on tables so diners can pick their orders and send them direct to the kitchen.

    Diners can take orders and send it direct to the kitchen through a tablet

    What makes YAYOI a clear favorite among its frequent diners is the consistency of the comfort food it offers. And if you haven’t visited this teishoku restaurant yet, now is the time to try their well-loved set meals.

    YAYOI prides itself on only using authentic ingredients curated by their own Japanese chef

    On your first visit, try these two bestsellers: the Sukiyaki Teishoku (Php 595), which includes beef hotpot with assorted vegetables stewed in sukiyaki sauce, and the Namban Teishoku (Php 395), which includes fried chicken steak topped with YAYOI dressing.

    The beef in Sukiyaki is best dipped into the half-cooked egg it comes with—finish it up with its tasty, thick noodles.

    Namban Teishoku, on the other hand, is a must-try if you fancy chicken with sweet savor.

    Sukiyaki Teishoku (Php 595)

    Namban Teishoku (Php 395)

    Meanwhile, if you are a regular YAYOI customer and want to explore other set meals, take the new Mix Tempura Teishoku (Php 395). It has lightly battered assortment of succulent seafood and vegetables served with their signature dipping sauce.

    Mix Tempura Teishoku (Php 395)

    Maximize your teishoku experience by also trying the Hitsumabushi (Php 795), which has Nagoya-style grilled eel over rice served with a side of dashi broth, and the the Mix Toji Teishoku (Php 475), which has tonkatsu, fried shrimp and sukiyaki beef simmered in special sauce and egg.

    Hitsumabushi (Php 795)

     Mix Toji Teishoku (Php 475)

    YAYOI in BGC, which sits up to 60 guests, is a place to be if you want to embrace the richness of Japanese cuisine as it also serves other Japanese staple, like ramen, sushi and gyoza that have been adored by the Filipino community.

    Also read: Japanese Teishoku Restaurant YAYOI opens its first branch in SM Megamall

    Indulge in different authentic Japanese eats at YAYOI Japanese Teishoku Restaurant located on 2F One Bonifacio High Street, 28th St. corner 5th Ave., Bonifacio Global City, Taguig. It opens Monday to Sunday, from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.

    For reservations, you may call 02-242-2792 or 0917-636-6958. For more information, visit their website and follow them on Facebook and Instagram.

                 
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