Saturday, December 5

Tori Chizu Maki Treat

We’ll never get tired of Tempura Japanese Grill, if only for their Tori Chizu Maki and Curry Gomoku Yakisoba. So as Gil’s promise of his maki treat during the first Friday of his arrival, we, together with Sheng (Gil’s lil sis) headed towards their Convergy’s Bldg. branch in Makati after office. And while they’re busy scanning the menu, I tuned myself busy with my usual pitsyur pitsyur mode! *Smile*

Since no Green Mango shake was available (just ripe), I settled for their equally sour tasting Four Seasons Shake, P70, so as Sheng.
To my delight, the maki was served first while the others came shortly.
Tori Chizu Maki- P155
Deep-fried breaded chicken fillet filled with Philadelphia cream cheese, asupara (asparagus) and carrots.
I’m not a fan of maki or anything Japanese as sushi and sashimi but after I’ve tasted this Tori Chizu maki way back then, I usually look for this item in some non- Tempura Japanese Grill we’ve been to, only to find out it’s one of the resto’s exclusive specialty.

Ebi Chizu Tempura (3pcs)- P175
Curry Gomoku Yakisoba- P150

For round two, we’ve tried their most raved about Uncle Sam’s Maki, which is rolled maki with shrimp, Philadelphia cream cheese, cucumber strips topped with bacon and mayo- P185. For desserts, we’ve had two servings of coffee jelly –P60. Gil and I will never get tired of visiting this place. The foods are superb and quite affordable. We’re sure Sheng liked the experience…a lot! ^,^

Just can’t get enough? We’re yet to try Yakiniku (grill style) tomorrow at their Trinoma branch. And ssshhh…. another round of Tori Chizu maki please! Hehehe! =)

Tempura Japanese Grill
Kabuki Place Restaurant
Unit B Convergy’s Bldg.
6796 Ayala Ave. Makati City


phoebe said...

grabeh sarap namang tingnan nung maki... with cream cheese pa! labeeet!:)

mishi said...

kahit araw araw walang kaso. It's crunchy, creamy and the dip went well with the maki. Yum!Yum!! ;-)


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