Homare: The Bellevue Manila’s World-Class Authentic Japanese Dining Experience
The Bellevue Manila redefines the South’s Japanese dining experience as the luxurious Alabang hotel introduces Homare Japanese Restaurant and Grill.
With a name that means glory, honor, and reputation in Japanese, Homare offers a premium selection of authentic Japanese cuisine housed within a Zen-inspired restaurant.
Homare’s name is truly fitting as The Bellevue Manila aims to “glorify the exquisite taste of Japanese cuisine, to honor their culture’s traditions, and to leave its reputation untarnished by offering authentic specialties with world-class service.”
Inside, the hotel’s in-house restaurant has the capacity to seat 130 people. It also has two private rooms that can accommodate a group of 8 to 12 people and rooms with newly installed yakiniku grills.
Their menu is composed of classic Japanese set meals, healthy hot pots, Japanese noodles, sushi, sashimi, nigiri, ippin ryori, rice bowls, salads, tempura, teppanyaki, and Japanese desserts.
Media and guests were treated to some of their offerings during their opening last July 30, which was spearheaded by Bellevue Manila Managing Director Patrick Chan.
(L-R) Bellevue Bohol Managing Director Dustin Chan, Chairman Johnny Chan, Bellevue Manila Managing Director Patrick Chan, and B Hotels Managing Director Ryan Chan performing the kagami biraki during Homare’s opening
If you’re looking into trying Homare’s delectable menu, here’s a sneak peek of what they have to offer:
Start your meal right with a healthy serving of salad. You can never go wrong with the classic Kani Mango Salad (Php 150 for half / Php 280 for regular), topped with shreds of crab and slices of mango.
Kani Mango Salad (Php 150 half / Php 280 regular)
What’s a Japanese meal without sushi and sashimi? Homare has an extensive list of maki, nigiri, and sashimi freshly made for your dining pleasure. Don’t miss out on their Homare Special Roll (Php 450)!
Homare Special Roll (Php 450)
Pair it with choices of their a la carte dishes (ippin ryori) like the Unagi Kabayaki (Php 800) or grilled eel.
Unagi Kabayaki (Php 800)
Homare also has Yakiniku lunch sets available from Php 1,300 to Php 3,800 and Yakiniku dinner sets from Php 880 to Php 3,200, perfect for diners with bigger appetites.
We all know what comes after a savory meal—dessert. Matcha lovers are sure to find solace with Homare’s dessert selection. Just look at that Matcha Roll Cake (Php 450)!
Matcha Parfait (Php 250)
Cap the night off with a glass of your favorite Japanese beer and spirits. Homare’s bar has an ample amount of alcohol choices to pass the night away.
Homare Japanese Restaurant and Grill is truly the perfect destination for Southies looking for a night of authentic Japanese dining (and maybe drinking) in Alabang.
How to get here
- Homare is located on the second level of the Tower Wing of The Bellevue Manila in Alabang.
- From Alabang Town Center, ride a jeepney and alight at the Northgate Cyberzone. The Bellevue Manila is a few walks away on the right of the Northgate signage.
Images courtesy of The Bellevue Manila.