May 03, 2017

Seryna in Little Tokyo: Japanese Gourmet Selections

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  • One of the must-visit restaurants in Little Tokyo would be Seryna known for serving different Japanese dishes as well as more gourmet selections and generous lunch bento sets.

    Inside, you can either dine at a traditional Japanese table or with modern seating to enjoy their fresh sashimi and sushi choices and sets. For variety, try their yakitori sticks with a choice of juicy grilled meats or the tasty grilled vegetables.

    When it comes to Japanese cuisine, it’s always the best idea to go to Little Tokyo. Housing various authentic Japanese cuisine restaurants, Little Tokyo has become the one-stop dining destination for all things oishii.

    Chicken Teriyaki Roll (Php 280)

    Seryna is an authentic Japanese restaurant known for serving different Japanese food such as yakitori, wagyu, and bento meals. Their popular offering, sushi, make them a favorite among the crowd as they offer nothing but fresh ingredients for a sumptuous meal.

    Their selection of sushi and sashimi has made them popular because the freshness of each of their dish speaks so much of their goal to deliver only the best-tasting ones for their customers. Must-try in Seryna would also be their tempura, coated with a crunchy batter or their wagyu cubes.

    Have fun eating the best Japanese food only in Seryna!


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