December 20, 2017

Tendon Akimitsu at The 30th Ortigas

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  • Sometimes, you just can’t decide whether you like noodles or fried dishes more. Good thing for Japanese food lovers, there’s a place to get ramen and tempura at the same time. Ramen Nagi and Tendon Akimitsu offer their place for all you foodies of Manila!

    Mixed Tendon Set (Php 390) With tiger prawns, fish, carrot, eggplant, beans, and shiitake mushroom

    Tendon Akimitsu, which shares a space with Ramen Nagi, is a place dedicated to all those who love tendon. Tendon is a portmanteau of tempura and donburi, which literally means tempura on top of a rice bowl. Unlike its sister company Ramen Nagi, Tendon Akimitsu specializes in deep fried delicacies perfect for those rice-loving guests.

    Here, you can order ramen and tendon at the same time!

    Originally from Tokyo in Japan, Tendon Akimitsu does not disappoint when it comes to their tendon. Their head chef Tanihara Akimitsu ensures that what they serve in their restaurant is as authentic as possible—just the right amount of crisp with perfectly-cooked veggies and seafood. Their branch at 30th Mall is their second branch in Manila, with the others located at NAIA Terminal 3 and Trinoma Mall in Quezon City.

    Ebi Tendon Set (Php 420) This one consists of tiger prawns, okra, eggplant, and sweet potato.

    Hot Soba Set (Php 390) Hungry? Get this set which includes tiger prawns, soba noodles, fresh fruit, pickled cabbage, and miso soup for a hearty meal!

    Make sure to try their deep-fried dishes and enjoy tendon as if you’re in Japan!

    General Information

  • G/F Ayala Malls The 30th, Meralco Ave., Ugong, Pasig City
  • 02-246-9069
  • 11 am to 9 pm (Sun to Thurs); 11 am to 10 pm (Fri to Sat)
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