March 28, 2016

Yaku Japanese Grill

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  • For your charcoal-grilled cravings, visit Yaku Japanese Grill!

    Yaku started out as a restaurant that serves only Yakitori items, but now it has expanded into catering many customers with its extensive menu that serves various authentic Japanese dishes. As one of the first outlets found in The Podium ever since it opened, Yaku has always been a Japanese favorite for its variety of yakitori (Japanese barbecue).

     

    yaku

    YAKU. Yaku has an interesting Japanese interior and setting. (Photo via Yaku’s Facebook page)

     

    Yaku’s Japanese interiors will welcome you as you come in to their dimly-lit setting perfect for a relaxed dining. The place is sandwiched between Toy Kingdom and Ang Mo Kio found on the 3rd level of The Podium. Now, they serve dishes, such as tempura, sukiyaki, udon, maki, sushi, temaki, sashimi, desserts and drinks you will love.

     

    spicy salmon gunkan

    SPICY TUNA GUNKAN.  Have a taste of this spicy yet flavorful dish for only P139. (Photo by Tales from the Tummy via Zomato)

     

    If it’s hard for you to choose which among the dishes you’d like to try, it’s best to get their Yaku platter at P205 consisting of pork liempo, okra, quail eggs, chicken with leeks, and asparagus. You can never go wrong with this choice.

     

    yaku platter

    YAKU PLATTER. Have a taste of their charcoal-grilled okura (okra), usura (quail eggs), gindara, butabara (pork liempo), negima (chicken with onion leeks), and asparamaki (asparagus) for only P205. (Photo by Tales from the Tummy via Zomato)

     

    aspara bacon

    ASPARA BACON. They know how much we love bacon, so have a taste of this for only P109 per 3pcs! (Photo by Tales from the Tummy via Zomato)

     

    Have a delightful Japanese dining here at Yaku Japanese grill!

                 
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