November 07, 2022

LIST: Restos in Makati You can Rent for Your Year-end Parties and Festivities

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  • Parties, reunions, and even birthday celebrations spice up our social lives, especially during the holidays! But whatever activity you plan for your event may be, there’s one essential thing you need to book first: venue. If you’re planning to host such events, choosing the perfect place for your guests is tough work.

    Fortunately, many restaurants in Makati have private rooms and spaces can be the setting for your next event. What’s great about booking these places for private parties is that they can practically help you with everything, food and drinks suggestions included! So if you are looking for great rental spaces, check out these seven Japanese restaurants in the business district where you can make reservations for your year-end parties and gatherings!

    Daimasu Japanese Ryotei Restaurant

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    Daimasu Japanese Ryotei Restaurant provides high-class Japanese cuisine with the ambiance of a “ryotei” restaurant, even though you are in Manila. The restaurant offers private rooms and counter seating in a relaxed atmosphere, where you can watch the chefs cooking in front of you. Daimasu offers a variety of dishes that make the best use of seasonal ingredients that respect Japanese cooking traditions. The restaurant’s owner said his staff value one of the most important spirits of Japan, ‘Omotenashi,’ and strive to provide the most heartfelt service to the valued clients possible. Interested parties may rent private rooms good for up to 8 (3 rooms) and 16 (1 room) persons.

    Daimasu Japanese Ryotei Restaurant is at Ground Floor, Unit A-1/2/3 Allegro Center 2264 Pasong Tamo Extension Makati. For bookings, reservations, and rates, call 02-7121-5200. Follow it on Facebook and Instagram.

    Kyo-to

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    This kaiseki restaurant, which is available to customers by reservations only, is run by Ryohei Kawamoto, who trained for 10 years at the high-class Japanese restaurant Kitcho and served as private chef at the ambassador’s residence in Manila for three and a half years from 2011. Private rooms good for up to 8 (2 rooms) and 18 (3 rooms) persons are available for rent.

    Kyo-to is located at G/F Coyiuto House, 119 C. Palanca Street, Legaspi Village, Makat. For inquiries, contact 0917-596-9697/ 8805-7742 to 43. Follow this resto on Facebook and Instagram.

    Tsukiji


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    Established in 1989, Tsukiji offers high quality Japanese cuisine using ingredients imported from Tokyo four times a week. The most popular dishes are sukiyaki, steak, and shabu-shabu made from imported Omi Wagyu. Rates start at Php 15,000 + 10% service charge for consumables (up to 2 hours); Php 5,000 + 10% service charge per hour for each succeding hour.

    Tsukiji is located at MilkyWay Building, 900 Arnaiz Ave., corner Paseo de Roxas, Makati. For inquiries and rates, contact 02-8843-4285/02-8812-2913. Follow this resto on Facebook and Instagram.

    Hatsu Hana Tei

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    This Japanese restaurant on the second floor of the Herald Suites Hotel, located across from Little Tokyo, has been serving traditional Japanese cuisine since 2002. Aside from kaiseki, sushi, and sashimi, Hatsu Hana Tei offers an extensive a la carte menu including mouth-watering meat and fish dishes. 7 private rooms–with spaces that can hold from 6-10 persons–are available for rent and can be partitioned to accommodate large parties. Interested customers may also avail tatami rooms for a change.

    Visit Hatsu Hana Tei at 2/F Herald Suites 2168 Don Chino Roces Avenue, Makati. For bookings and rates, contact 02-7759-6270 loc. 2124/0917-3169-250 0939-9383-718. Follow the brand on Facebook and Instagram.

    Kappou Nakaji

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    A restaurant that offers a wide selection of Japanese izakaya menu items such as classic Japanese appetizers, stews, rice and noodle dishes, grilled meat and seafood, hot pots, and as well as a wide selection of Japanese sake. Interested customers may rent either the entire restaurant (24 persons max) for Php 40,000 (consumable for food and drinks) or terrace (16 persons max) for Php 20,000 (consumable for food and drinks).

    Visit Kappou Nakaji at 152 Adelantado, 1F St.Gervasia Hotel, Makati. For inquiries and bookings, contact 0915-280-2288 . Follow it on Facebook and Instagram.

    Sekitori Japanese Restaurant

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    Sekitori Japanese Restaurant is popular for its Chanko Nabe, which is part of a sumo’s routine meal as it is rich is carbs while also being healthy, full of vegetables, and low in fat. Aside from this, the restaurant offers more than 150 dishes, including a monthly special menu. It has become a staple among Japanese residents in Makati as a place where you can enjoy delicious food at a reasonable price. Smoking rooms with varying maximum capacities (20-44 persons) are available for rent.

    Sekitori Japanese Restaurant is located at Little Tokyo, Chino Roces Ave., Makati. For inquiries and reservations, contact 02-8816-7608 / 02-8894-3876 / 0931-030-3566. Follow Sekitori on Facebook and Instagram.

    Kotono

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    This restaurant is popular among many Japanese as an authentic and delicious Japanese izakaya. Beef tongue roast and dishes using duck are on the signature menu. Duck Tataki, Duck Jibu-ni, a local dish of Kanazawa City, Ishikawa Prefecture, and Duck Tsukemen Soba are recommended. Rental rates depend on the number of guests (up to 40 persons) and the food to be ordered.

    Kotono is at Mezzanine, Creekside Amorsolo Bldg cor. V.A. Rufino St.,Legaspi Village Makati. For reservations and bookings, call 02-211-5775/02-255-1071/0917-170-7790. Follow it on Facebook and Instagram.

                 
               
               
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