Thursday, March 11

A little taste of Tokyo

2010 is turning out to be a great year for trips.  The Hubby and I are going to Pearl Farm this Holy Week and Boracay just before April ends.  But what's really getting me all super excited is our impending trip to JAPAN!  I'm a huge anything-japanese lover (ok, maybe not so much love for their porn industry hee)

I can't wait to stroll down the streets of Shinbuyu, ogle Japanese youths over at Harajuki, shop at Ginza, maybe catch a little Geisha performance over at Gion, or maybe enjoy watching fat boys with barely an underwear on sweat it out (too bad there's no sumo competition this April, I'd have to settle for the practice sessions)

We're not leaving until the 9th of April so I get my little Japanese fixes from eating Japanese food made in the Philippines in the meantime. Hee.

One of my all time favorite Japanese resto is Uramesi-Ya at Little Tokyo, Makati.  Every Tuesdays they have this awesome treat for everyone: Eat-all-you-can only for Php 500.00!  This EAYC includes all the sumptuous beefs in their menu!  Imagine! Some of their beefs cost upward Php 600.00 on their own. Truly an affordable meal then if you think about it.  The only catch is, you have to finish everything you order in 45 minutes!But with the way their food tastes, I think this should be a piece of cake.

The Hubby ordered this spicy Ramen, with a level 5 hotness.  It was pretty hot and as you can see he's already sweating it out.  The waitress then told us, that the spicyness level reaches upto the 20th. Hmm... I wonder if anyone was ever hospitalized for that.

Uramesi-ya  is located at the Little Tokyo Complex along 2277 Chino Roces Street. Makati
contact info: 813-2210

1 comment:

  1. Grrrrr... I..... NEED...... JAPANESE......FOOD......AND.......CULTURE!!!

    Thnx tho, anyways...

    "" where to buy what in Cebu - and it's true!!!! The site is pretty good, people

    just need to post a little more content..