Craving for Japanese food after moving into our temporary home at a condominium complex in Quezon City, we decided to go out and eat at a Japanese restaurant in nearby SM North EDSA. It was a few minutes before the lunch hour and we decided to go to Tokyo Cafe at the 2nd floor of The Block while there were still few people eating at there. The place is usually full during lunch time and we preferred to have a relaxed meal without the crowds around us.
|Beef Kalbi set|
|Iced tea and menu|
The restaurant features the typical realistic food displays at their window for people to see. These are a good way to attract people as prospective diners see what the items on the menu look like. So far, the restaurant has been consistent with their servings quite matching the displays (walang daya), and so customers are assured of a good, satisfying meal. Still, we miss our usual Japanese food in Singapore where we have more choices of restaurants offering still more choices of our favorites. We definitely need to re-explore Metro Manila for authentic Japanese food that's okay with the budget.-