I recently got invited to the launch of the first Philippine franchise of Yayoi Ph. The experience was a sweet, “techie” one, what with their cool ordering system (it’s via I PAD, sooo cool!). The restaurant features simple wood, utilitarian interior. I wish the restaurant were bigger and more spacious, but that’s only because I’m a fan of big spaces. The restaurant did a good job of making use of the space they had. The layout caters to all sorts of customers: big groups, solo restaurant goers, families, and small groups.
The staff, on the other hand, are efficient, helpful,and friendly.
The restaurant serves authentic Japanese cuisine, which in my opinion, was nothing sort of excellent. This is easily one of the best Japanese restaurants I’ve tried so far, and I’ve tried a couple. I highly recommend trying out the place.
As of this writing I have tried two of their dishes. I am still daydreaming about the one I had earlier—their WAFU BURGER!
No kidding, I ate all of it! Note: Need to exercise tomorrow. Miso palang, winner na! I love the sweet-salty soy sauce that they put.
….and another picture just because I want to share how awesome it looks like. (and I love taking pictures!)
Way to go Yayoi PH. Easily one of the most memorable Japanese restaurants. Can’t wait to try more!