Boasting of over 200 meal choices, with Japanese, Filipino, and American culinary delights sectioned off as Saisaki, Kamayan, and Dad's accordingly.
My BF and I visited the Padre Faura branch, and loved that there were a lot of patrons, but it doesn't really feel crowded. There was a wonderful group of live musicians who roamed and gamely took in song requests from Justin Bieber's Baby to Pusong Bato. The waiters and waitresses also sang and danced with the group during a birthday song for one of the customers. Donations are also welcome. :)
I'm a big fan of Japan culture, but it stops at their culinary delights. The BF was a different story though: he loved the sushi bar and the sashimi so much that he made four trips that night for that section alone. I, on the other hand, settled for Kamayan and the decadently yummy deserts (ice cream bowls, woo!)
We also got cute stuffed toys as souvenirs, too, yay!
The only catch? Drinks are expensive. For one glass of pineapple juice and a bottomless glass of Sprite, my bill was at P360+. Something Fishy's was at just P65, I think, so I felt a little cheated about the price... unless they're also charging for water. =.=
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