Their al fresco seating makes their space seem spacious than it really is. They do have this corner for intimate gatherings. I found their interiors fresh and clean. I especially liked the grass strips and orange bull headpieces.
This roll had soft-shell crab, ebi tempura, unagi, tamago and Japanese cucumber. It was topped with some wakame seaweed, kani and mangoes. I liked the topping all on its own. As for the roll, it was just okay. I couldn’t distinguish the flavors much but what stood out for me was the topping.
How good was this? SO GOOD! After my first bite, I instantly wanted more. The ingredients here just worked. And the steak, so tender! I expected it to be a little on the hard side but it exceeded my expectations.
One could have this either in tomato cream sauce or garlic olive oil (P 354.95). And either way, I think it’s good. Since ours was the cream type, it was rightly creamy. I could taste the basil upon my first bite. It was good to pair it with the other dishes that day.
Classified as an appetizer, this was actually served last! Haha. What amazed me first was on how this was plated. They really stacked up those wings good! As for the taste, it was a mix of sweet and spicy that was just oh-so-good. The two sauces, Mandarin sauce and Oriental sauce, made this a real treat. It was crunchy on the outside and juicy on the inside.
This restaurant really served up stellar dishes. Most of our orders were good but my favorites were the Philly Cheesesteak Pizza and Buffalo Asian Wings. Service was quite good too. Perfect for family gatherings or barkada night outs, let this restaurant fire you up. 🙂
G/L Greenbelt 5, Ayala Center,
Greenbelt, Makati City