On June 20, 2017, Misono Japanese Restaurant along Jupiter Street, Bel-Air, Makati will launch “Zooshi” All you can eat from 11 AM to 10 PM. This is another venture of businessman Robert Laurel Yupangco that handles multiple restaurants already in Metro Manila- Nanten Restaurant inside Manila Polo Club, Midori inside Alabang Country Club, Yakitori Daitokyo along Metropolitan, a Makati and Jinsei Restaurant at the Ground Floor of Vivere Hotel in Alabang.
The company is inviting all to try this unique offer with the different menu to choose from with unlimited ice tea to satisfy your thirst while having Zooshi. The cost is very affordable for Php 399.00 for kids and Php 499.00 for adults.
For more information, please contact this number 09166299381 or send email to firstname.lastname@example.org or check also the official Facebook page here https://www.facebook.com/MisonoYakitori/
Misono Japanese Restaurant is one of the leading authentic Japanese restaurants in Makati, Philippines that’s also can be used as a function area for conferences, forums, and parties.
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On May 4, 2017, at Yakitori Daitokyo Site were “Ruins” is located (Along Metropolitan Avenue, Makati) will be launch “Ruins Food Park.” It’s where your favorite mobile food vehicles will be parked together for the happy hour.
When it comes to eating out, variety is the spice of life and Filipinos loves variety whether it’s local food, Chinese, Thai, Vietnamese or even Mediterranean, we indulged. The popularity of food parks mushrooming all over the metro is a testament to that. And while there are lots of different places to eat, we can still check new ones.
Here are 3 things to expect at Ruins Food Park.
1. A variety of food.- Since there will be different companies participating, expect choices and options. We have noodles, bbq, pizza and of course, different drinks for this humid and summer season.
2. Good Music. – Ruins Food Park is part of Yakitori Daitokyo where we played different bands and singers occasionally. Meet them and there’s a jamming session, enjoy the music with your Barkada.
3. Relaxation at its finest.- This is the happy hour after work. Invite your colleagues and friends to dine in the most affordable way possible.
Join us starts on May 4, 2017, at Ruins Food Park and try the variety of dishes with good music. For more details: 02 847 0413 /8999824.
Philippine weather is unpredictable nowadays. Just like today, it was so humid in the afternoon, but before dark, a mid-heavy rain drowns.
I feel to cook for dinner. So what’s for dinner? Tinolang manok with malunggay.
Sipping the soup of my tinola will release your stress, will slowly release your sweat from the nose and face.
Create a chili fish sauce with calamansi, Hmmph. hashtag #Perfect