Tokyo Tokyo’s Newest Treat!


Japanese food is definitely in every Filipino’s list. Its distinct taste, precision and artistic design offer a complete dining experience that compliments every pinoy’s love for good food and over all dining experience. Plus points for us bloggers! (Okay I have a secret to tell.. Sometimes, most bloggers order food based on the appearance of the food. Yes. No judging please. Haha!)

Most of my friends are hooked with Japanese food particularly their very famous sushi and sashimi. On my side, I was never a fan of foods served raw. So whenever we talk Japanese, the teriyaki, tonkantsu, gyoza and ramen will always be on my top list!! These put the taste buds to work with every spoonful bursting with flavors. Since I’m a rice lover, I really prefer meals served with rice. Given that, I always go for a Japanese rice bowl or Donburi.


Donburi is the general term for Japanese dishes where meat, vegetables, or a combination of both is simmered together and then served over a bowl of rice. Compared with other dishes, this is easier to eat and is more affordable. Perfect for those who are on a budget!

Tokyo Tokyo, the leading Japanese restaurant chain in the country celebrated the Donburi Festival last January where two variants were launched namely the Cheesy Pork Katsu and Tofu Steak. A longtime staple of the chain, the Donburi line captures authentic Japanese flavor with each taste.


And since Tokyo Tokyo won’t stop creating good food for everyone, they’re introducing another variation to the line, the Teriyaki Meatballs Donburi. This dish features juicy and savory tsukune meatballs with Japanese sauce and mayo served over a bowl of hot rice. The meatballs are made with chicken seasoned with onion, salt and pepper. The misono vegetable, nitamago egg and onion leeks make this bowl extra tasty.


The Teriyaki Meatballs Donburi is priced for only P145.00!!




Head on to the nearest Tokyo Tokyo store and try the new Teriyaki Meatballs Donburi. Tag @tokyotokyophilippines on Instagram and Facebook and @TokyoTokyoPHL on Twitter.




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