July 20, 2019

YAYOI Japanese Teishoku Restaurant in Makati Highlights Signature Rolls and Ramen Combos

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  • YAYOI is famous for bringing teishoku or Japanese set menu dining to the Philippines, and their branch in M1 Tower, Makati City adds to their promise to bring only the best.

    Apart from teishoku meals, YAYOI’s Makati branch highlights the signature rolls, which are the ideal appetizer or even a pair for your glass of sake after a long day at work.

    Their signature rolls include Spicy Salmon Roll (Php 350/whole; Php 200/half), Ebi Fry Roll (Php 295/whole; Php 180/half), California Roll (Php 250/whole; Php 150/half), and Salmon Aburi Roll (Php 395/whole; Php 225/half).

    Spicy Salmon Roll (Php 350/whole; Php 200/half), Ebi Fry Roll (Php 295/whole; Php 180/half), California Roll (Php 250/whole; Php 150/half) and, Salmon Aburi Roll (Php 395/whole; Php 225/half)

    Promising a heavy meal, their Ramen Combo (Php 592) gives you a choice between Tonkotsu Shoyu or Tantanmen, and gyoza or karaage for the side dish.

    Ramen Combo – Tonkotsu Shoyu with Gyoza (Php 592)

    Further, milk tea lovers will find it refreshing to sample YAYOI‘s own blend of milk tea (Php 110), which comes with delicious tapioca pearls.

    Yayoi Milk Tea (Php 110)

    Finally, a visit to YAYOI would not be complete without a taste of their famous teishoku.

    Teishoku is comprised of a main dish, steamed rice, miso soup, vegetables, and pickles—a set that fully describes the Japanese concept of a balanced meal.

     Mix Toji Teishoku (Php 475)

    YAYOI’s Makati branch is ideal for those who are looking to grab a bite while being enveloped in a relaxing atmosphere. It boasts a distinct look that is further elevated by the bamboo that surrounds the restaurant.

    You may also sample their delicious dishes at their branches in SM Megamall, SM Mall of Asia, and One Bonifacio High Street, BGC.

    How to get here

    • By car: From Ayala Avenue, head towards Paseo de Roxas then turn right onto Malugay. Afterward, turn left onto Buendia Ave./Sen.Gil. J. Puyat Avenue. YAYOI is located on the ground floor of M1 Tower. Parking is available at the Dela Rosa Steel Parking, which is an 8-minute walk from YAYOI through H.V. Dela Costa.
    • By public transport: From Landmark Makati, take the Makati Loop Service jeepney and drop-off at Buendia. From there, YAYOI is just a 4-minute walk via H.V. Dela Costa.
    • YAYOI Japanese Teishoku Restaurant is located in M1 Tower, Makati City. The restaurant is adjacent to the Royal Embassy of Saudi Arabia in Philippines, MyCitiHomes, and Ateneo de Manila University’s Salcedo campus.
                 
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