December 07, 2019

The Kushi Bar by Tanduay in Legaspi Village: A Reinvention of Traditional Japanese Dishes

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  • By partnering with Tanduay Brands International, The Kushi Bar by Tanduay reinvents traditional Japanese dishes into one of a kind modernized versions starring ingredients that are sourced locally. New additions to the menu are sprouting from time to time, making it an interesting place for anyone who visits!

    IMAGE TKB – The Kushi Bar by Tanduay Facebook page

    What’s more, they are now offering various set meal choices, perfect for those looking for three specific qualities: satisfying, delicious, and affordable meals!

    The Mix Furai Teishoku (Php 498++), for example, is among the four new set meals they launched in November 2019 and still here to treat you for the holidays.

    The SET 2 is comprised of a Furai Sampler that includes squid, shrimp, and oyster plus miso cream cheese and garlic edamame, tempura sauce, gohan (rice), miso soup, tea, and fruits or vegetables!

    Are you guys ready?! Coz’ we are! Introducing: TKB by Tanduay SET MEALS” with 4 different SETS to choose from! Looking…

    TKB – The Kushi Bar by Tanduayさんの投稿 2019年11月11日月曜日

    Other set meals include the Kushi Yaki Teishoku (Php 398++) with kushis like pork belly, squid, chicken legs, chicken balls, and vegetables, the Chicken Nanban Teishoku (Php 498++), and the Bara Chirashi Teishoku (Php 398++) with sushi rice and a mix of seafood, vegetables, and omelette.

    Sample a wide array of Japanese bowls and plates at The Kushi Bar and partner these with some drinks mixed with Tanduay rum.

    How to get here

    • The Kushi Bar by Tanduay is located at the PNB Building along Ayala Ave. The PNB Building has paid parking for its customers. There is also a parking space just beside TKB for guests to use.
    • You can reach TKB by taking the underpass near Ayala Triangle Gardens as TKB is at the opposite side of the road from Ayala Triangle.

    This first appeared in Philippine Primer magazine’s December 2019 issue.
    Featured image grabbed from TKB – The Kushi Bar by Tanduay’s Facebook page. 

                 
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