GYUBOU YAKINIKU is an authentic Yakiniku restaurant located along Nakpil Street, Malate. Because of its authentic wagyu, this restaurant is very popular among expats. The reason behind Gubou’s popularity lies with the ingredients it uses. Not only does it use fresh wagyu but also a special sauce, which has miso and soy sauce, and rice that comes from the Chiba prefecture. So, why don`t you spend a wonderful moment eating quality meat here in Gyubou Yakiniku? From the left side: Chicken (P150), boneless short rib (P380), shrimp (P200), prime beef tongue (P300), top loin (P380), squid (P180) There are also set menus: Set A (P1, 350) short rib, rice, miso soup, and […]
Finally! The first outlet of Gyu-Kaku Japanese BBQ Restaurant is now open in the Philippines! Like in Japan, charcoal fire is used to cook the different varieties of the meat that Gyu-Kaku offers, ranging from short rib, skirt, and fatty pork. Customers can fully enjoy its wagyu, which has a soft texture and a sweet flavor, cow’s tongue, whose taste is quite scrumptious, and Gyu-Kaku’s special sauce that blends very well with almost any meat. This Japanese BBQ restaurant is the perfect destination for you if you want to eat a great amount of juicy meat, while drinking a cold beer after work.
One of the regulars of Yakiniku Sandaya is the former President Ninoy Aquino, who goes in here every month. It is said that even after his inaugural ceremony, the president went to this Japanese restaurant. The cuisine of Tokyo Yakiniku is so appetizing that you will surely feel satisfied. One of its recommended meats is the ‘King Sirloin Meat.’ Customers might get surprised with the reasonable prices of the first class Kobe beef (P1200/100g) and Black Angus Beef (P350/100g), which is used for boneless short ribs. If you felt like eating delicious Yakiniku, why not try and visit Yakiniku Sandaya?