As I've always mentioned in my previous blog posts, I'm not a fan of Japanese food. I'm not sure whether I just went to a not-so-good Japanese restaurant or I was just traumatized by a bad-tasting california maki a few years ago. But I'm a foodie, I got to try everything, so I went to Asian Bites to try some Japanese food.
Asian Bites is a restaurant under Robinson's Supermarket serving mainly Japanese food. It's an open area located in front of the supermarket so expect lots of people passing by. Most people eating there are usually people who had quick runs at the grocery during lunch time.
For my first visit, I ordered the Tonkatsu Bento (Php 169).
For my second visit, I got Beef Gyudon (Php 129)
We also got to try Salmon Skin Maki (Php 49 for 4 pcs) and Double California Maki (Php 85 for 4 pcs)
|Salmon Skin Maki|
|Double California Maki|
I love Asian Bites! I'll keep on coming back for the California Maki, but I'd love to try the various rice bowls and sushi on their menu.
And now I love Japanese food. :)
Asian Bites by Robinson's Supermarket
(Across Robinson's Supermarket)
EDSA corner Ortigas Avenue,
Other branches include Robinson's Place Ermita