April 10, 2020

Kazunori Japanese Restaurant Now Delivers Japanese Dishes During ECQ

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  • Established in 2017, Kazunori Japanese Restaurant has been assuring its patrons only the best of Japanese cuisine with its highly extensive menu of both traditional, modern, and ingenious renditions of the cuisine—from sushi and grilled meats to rice and noodles.

    With the enhanced community quarantine extended, you do not have to worry about your Japanese cravings not being satisfied because Kazunori will let you enjoy their range of authentic Japanese dishes at home with their takeout and delivery menu.

    Kazunori’s takeout and delivery menu consist of a variety of dishes such as curry rice, sushi donburi, sashimi, nigiri, sushi roll, temaki, donburi rice, and noodles. Extra orders are also included in the menu like miso soup bento and daikon salad among others.

    Also read: Kazunori in Makati: A Tokyo-Inspired Cafe, Sushi Bar and Japanese Dining Area

    This time, they do not only deliver around Makati and BGC but also in other cities around Metro Manila.

    For customers residing in Mandaluyong, Makati, Manila, San Juan, Pasay, Pasig, and Taguig, they can deliver with a minimum spend of Php 1,500, while a minimum spend of Php 2,000 is for deliveries within areas of Parañaque, Muntinlupa, Las Piñas, and Quezon City.

    Do take note that will accept delivery orders until 5:30 p.m. only and take-out order is until 6 p.m. only.

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    For more information, you may call them at 0917-836-2695 or 02-7746-1780. You may also visit their social media page on Facebook.

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