Restaurants in the Philippines
Seiji is an authentic Japanese restaurant that opened in March 2012. Customers can taste the delicate, ornate, and original French dishes cooked by Chef Seiji Kamura. Their Eel and Foie Gras Salad (P685) is this restaurant’s featured dish. Customers can also enjoy eating the Crispy Rani and Pomelo Salad (P295), which has pomelo, mango, Mizuna lettuce, and original Sesame dressing. This restaurant uses fresh ingredients for its dishes. To be able to do that, Seiji orders its vegetables, fruits, meat, and fish from Japan 3 times a week.
UPDATED as of January 15, 2019: This restaurant is CLOSED. Wafu is a Japanese restaurant that is prominent in Greenhills. Its chef studied Japanese-style dishes in Shibuya, Tokyo, which is why this restaurant can offer authentic Japanese cuisine. Wafu is very spacious. It can accommodate about 250 people. This restaurant also has a unique, impressive Lotus-shaped partition. Wafu’s wall is decorated with bottles of Japanese Sake, Shochu, and Awamori (photo 4), giving a Japanese atmosphere throughout the place. The Sushi Counter, on the other hand, has 9 seats and located on the first floor, while the 7 Teppanyaki tables are on the second floor. To keep the customers interested and […]
If you are looking for a place where you could eat affordable Italian cuisine, with a casual setting, why not go to Grappa’s? This restaurant is located on the second floor of Greenbelt 3. Thanks to Grappa’s Filipino staffs, not only customers can enjoy good food, they can also enjoy a hospitable and fun atmosphere. Furthermore, it also has a bar counter where you can enjoy a generous amount of Italian wine. Pizza is this restaurant’s recommended dish, which you can actually witness being prepared by the chef in the open kitchen. Peperonata is a pizza that has cheese, green peppers, salami, etc, and once you eat this pizza, you’ll […]