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Tuesday, June 19, 2012

Seryna @ Little Tokyo


Foodie friends have been raving about Little Tokyo whenever we talk about Japanese food. Little Tokyo is a complex of Japanese restaurants along Chino Roces Avenue in Makati.

When PEx Gluttony Society decided to go Japanese, Little Tokyo comes into mind. So we tried one popular restaurant in the area: Seryna.

Seryna was already crowded by the time I arrived. Good thing some people in our group arrived early. (Note to self: always call for reservations).


Seryna offers really, really authentic Japanese dishes in either ala carte or in platters. For us to try more, we ordered platters.


For Sushi Moriawase, we got Matsu or Special Assorted Sushi (Php 980), which is served with clear soup.


Matsu Sushi Moriawase



The platter has sushi made of fish eggs, fish and other seafood. It was beautifully presented and sushi is simply fresh!

We also had Ebi Tempura Moriawase or Assorted Shrimp Tempura (Php 420). An order has 5 pieces of tempura, so we got 2 servings.
Ebi Tempura Moriawase

The tempura was really soft and wasn't that oily. Each piece is quite huge too. :)

We also ordered Nanaten Mori (Php 860), which has 7 kinds of Assorted Sashimi.
Nanaten Mori

Nanaten Mori is served in a stone platter with shredded radish and seaweeds. The platter has octopus, squid, tuna, salmon (to name a few). It was the freshest sashimi I've ever tasted. As I've mentioned before, I'm not into seafood, but I heartily dug in. :)

We also had Teppanyaki or hot plate grilled meat. We ordered Saikoro Steak or Cubed Steak (Php 980).


Saikoro Steak

I haven't tried a steak as pillowy soft as this Saikoro Steak. The meat was flavorful and very tender. I could easily finish a plate, or more.

I really enjoyed our Japanese experience at Seryna. It was a little pricey for me, but it really was worth it.

I'm looking forward to visiting Little Tokyo again. :)

PS. It was nice to finally meet The Pickiest Eater, who dropped by during our dinner. :) Kampai Richie! See you again soon!

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Seryna Japanese Restaurant
2277 Fernando Street,
Chino Roces Avenue,
Makati City
Contact No.8943855

32 comments:

  1. matagal ko nang gusto tong mabisita! :)

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  2. So this is what you were talking about. It is a bit pricey compared to Hana. But gosh, I would do anything to try out this resto.

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    1. I should also try Hana. Try this next time, Ile! :)

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  3. yes pricey, but food was good, company better... nice pics michymoo :)

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    1. Yes, good company as always. :) See you again soon madmader! :)

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  4. im drooling not because of the food...but those ceramic dishes are LOVE!!! *misty eyes*

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  5. I love Korean food compared to Japanese or Chinese as Korean food are healthier and cleaner. But since these foodies belongs to the "singkit" families mahal ko na din tong mga to.

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    1. Hi Jay! Hope you'll try this when you get home. :)

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  6. I love little Tokyo! :) Glad you were able to go there.

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  7. OMG! although it's kinda high priced, the Matsu or Special Assorted Sushi looks so delicious :)

    lavinajampit.blogspot.com

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  8. omg. this post made me hungry for Tempura!

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  9. I'm envious!!! I am such a big Japanese food fanatic, and Seryna has been in my bucket list for quite a while now. Hopefully I'll get to dine there. But first, I think I have to save up about 2-3k for a meal.. XD

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    1. Or maybe more if you want to try everything. :) It's best to visit in groups. :)

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  10. yummy .I like the tempura dipped in tartar sauce.I will be happy with that coz i know it will be too pricey if i ordeer a lot of foo.

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  11. Very nice photos. I've always wanted to go there.

    Rizza (beingwell)

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  12. OMG! Just looking at the pictures makes my mouth water.

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  13. been wanting to try Seryna in Little Tokyo too! Mejo pricey lang nga but like what you said, i guess it's worth it :)

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    1. It's really worth it, Berylle. Are you back in Manila? :)

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  14. I tried eating at a resto in Little Tokyo once (forgot the name but sure it's not Seryna.) And they're really good too. TOo bad it's just a little inconvenient to get there from our place in RP. =)

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    1. I actually go to Makati only when there's a food trip.hehe. The trip's worth it. :)

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  15. I'm having another Japanese cravings here! :) I want to try it there.

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  16. Namulubi tayong lahat when we visited this place :P The yakitori platter they had was ok lang, but the sushi was superb! I mean like: Holy $#!+ that's fresh :D !!!

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  17. I'm still waiting for the day that I will be able to try this place. As well as the other Jap restos in that place. Thanks for all the helpful information =)

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  18. My friend and I have been talking about going there, but we don't seem to find the time. hehe Gotta visit reeeaaaaalll soon. Thank you for the info! :)

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    1. Hi Macofnazareth!!! Hope you'll visit soon! :)

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