It was my teens who egged me to treat them here on this Typhoon Ruby day. No classes and we happened to hear December 8 mass in Don Bosco Church. Right by the corner across the church is this Pasay Branch of Nihonbashitei.
The private rooms with ceiling to floor glass windows are for smokers. Darn. Why do they get that privilege? No room at the bar so we chose a middle table instead. The menu offered many choices from sushi to sashimi, teppanyaki, shabu shabu etc.
Apo claims the salmon sushi Is fresh and tasted really good, albeit so thinly sliced. As for the california maki, it's bigger than usual and thus harder to stuff into the mouth in one piece.
Creatures of habit that we are, we ordered salmon sushi and california maki as starters. Before long, we were ordering our 'typical' Japanese lunch sets. Katsu meals for the teens and fish for moí.
Our lunch sets included miso soup, rice and a choice of hot coffee, iced coffee or dessert. Not bad for a price under P300. Including our appetizers, lunch for the 3 of us was P1,400. With the extensive menu, it looks like we'd make more trips here. 😄