March 24, 2014

Toki Japanese Fusion and Fine Dining (CLOSED)

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  • Update: Toki is now permanently closed, effective May 16, 2017.

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    Even though you are in the Philippines, Toki can make you feel like you are in Japan. Just by entering this restaurant, you will feel relieved because of its soothing ambiance and the staffs that greet you “Irasshaimase” (welcome).

    The restaurant’s colourful meals, with delicate taste, are prepared by a master chef with 20 years experience. Every day, the chef goes to the market and purchase ingredients by himself to thoroughly check them.

    If you want to feel the 4 seasons of Japan in the southern Philippines, try out the 5 prime appetizers that have seasonal ingredients (photo 1). Each dish is carefully served, reminding us of the changing seasons in Japan.

    Moreover, acquiring a high class meat is not easy to do so even if you are in Japan but Toki was able to do so. It serves the highest ranking Japanese Black Beef (photo 2) that is actually purchased from Kyushu. Customers can enjoy this meat in various forms such as Sukiyaki, Shabu-shabu, or just simply grilled.

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