The Pantree: Komoro serves up affordable bento meals

Booking a flight to Japan is quite expensive. If you’re the type of person who waits on those ticket sales, I salute you. Personally, I hardly get discounted plane tickets. What I usually do is book them really advance so that the price wouldn’t be steep. I just couldn’t compete with those waiting for sale. As much as I miss the sights and the weather in Japan, I most especially miss their dishes. It’s just so good! One day, I was craving for some good Japanese dish. Good thing Komoro was around this food hall.

Katsu Don (P115)

Kara Age Bento (P163)

I had the latter which I absolutely loved. With that price, I got a good serving of Karaage, rice, shredded carrots and even soup. I mean, the soup was just okay. But the Karaage was really nice and crunchy. Quite juicy too! I loved how the bento was very colorful though I wish they have a reusable container since my companion and I had our dishes at the place. I was able to taste the Katsudon which was quite good too.

Right now, I’m looking at their menu and thinking of what to order next. Haha. Yeah, that’s how advance I think. All their dishes are reasonably priced, and the flavor was quite good too. I’ll definitely be back to try their other dishes. 🙂

Komoro
The Pantree Food Hall,
JCSO Building, Dela Rosa cor. Castro Street,
Legaspi Village, Makati City
Official website:  http://komoro.co/
Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/Komoro.Philippine/
Instagram:  https://www.instagram.com/komoro_japanese_dining/
Komoro Japanese Dining Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

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