Kyo-To, Legazpi Village
The restaurant itself will probably not catch your attention, but Kyo-to is definitely not one to miss especially if you love Japanese food as much as I do. The only things loud about the place are the food and of course, the chef himself Chef Kawamoto who worked for no less than the Japanese ambassador.
They say it’s authentic Kaiseki Ryori (Japanese multi course meal) but I can’t judge because I’ve never been to one. All I know is that I left happy and satisfied and barely breathing. lol 😀
Nikkei is a new restaurant at Rada street that serves Peruvian-Japanese Cuisine. I’m not really familiar with Peruvian so I didn’t know what to expect. Everything in the menu looked so interesting. Most of the ‘Japanese‘ part comes in the form of Sashimi, Maki and Sushi. There is also Kobe in the menu but at the time, it wasn’t available.
For appetizers, we tried out their Tiraditos, or the Peruvian Sashimi. Basically, they are sashimi with different sauces. The sashimi is said to be prepared by their Argentinian chef.