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Monday, November 12, 2012

Yoshi's Teppanyaki Ice Cream and More

Note: This establishment is already closed. 



After our Japanese buffet lunch at Kitsho, my friend Lovelee and I roamed Malate to look for a dessert place, but since we both weren't familiar with the place, we ended up going to Robinson's Place Midtown. We found a teppanyaki ice cream stall called Yoshi's.

Teppanyaki is originally a Japanese cooking style on an iron griddle to mix different ingredients. For ice cream, they use a cold iron griddle. I had my first teppanyaki ice cream at HEAT, EDSA Shangri-la Hotel, and I was quite amazed on how doing teppanyaki-style on ice cream makes it a lot better.

Yoshi's uses homemade ice cream for their teppanyaki and milkshake. They also have coffee drinks. Their ice cream can also be served on Belgian cones.



My friend and I ordered Premium Teppanyaki Concoctions: mine is White Cheesecake (Php 140) while hers is Oh My Oreo (Php 140).


White Cheesecake has vanilla ice cream, marshmallows, graham crackers, and cheese cupcake.

mixing the ice cream with other items
White Cheesecake Teppanyaki Ice Cream

Oh My Oreo has cookies and cream ice cream and Oreos topped with sprinkles and chocolate syrup.


Oh My Oreo Teppanyaki Ice Cream

The teppanyaki was really good! Also, I really find the messages from each cup very witty. :)


funny message on each cup

Aside from Premium Teppanyaki, Yoshi's also have Classics like Choco Overload and Banana Split and Spiked Concoctions like Irish Cream Pie for adults.

Yoshi's is an affordable yet amazing treat for ice cream lovers (like myself). I'd love to try the other flavors when I visit the area again. :)

Yoshi's menu

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Yoshi's Teppanyaki Ice Cream and More
3rd Level
Robinson's Place Midtown
Pedro Gil corner Adriatico Street,
Ermita, Manila

24 comments:

  1. interesting I should try this one:) Thank you for sharing!

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  2. This was a gastronomic day for us! From Japanese buffet to dessert in Rob Place! Well, we exercised a bit on our way here at Yoshi's! Until our next foodie adventure! So many more to try =)

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    1. Hi Lovelee! Yes, it was quite a trek. See you again soon! :)

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  3. Nice. The cheesecake has an actual chese cupcake :) But they have green tea and strawberry bananarama - can't decide!

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  4. Yum yum yum yum! Katakam takam naman. Talagang yung flavors is galing sa dinurog na mga kung ano. :)

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  5. must try this! really nice concept - how they mix it in front of you :)

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    1. Yes! Hope they'll have a create-your-own teppanyaki. :)

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  6. Cool! A new reason for T and I to visit Robinsons Midtown :)

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    1. Hope you'll visit Yoshi's soon, Drunken Pig! :)

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  7. Love the messages! :D I haven't tried Yoshi's yet but I've been seeing a lot of deals for it. Will try and buy a few vouchers for this ^^

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  8. So that's what it's called, teppanyaki. When I find myself around Ermita one of these days, I will make time to visit this store and try the white cheesecake flavor. The funny notes is a nice touch.

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  9. I haven't seen anything like this before. I never thought that the graham and the cupcake is going to be manually crushed. The preparation must be really fascinating to watch.

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    1. It was awesome to watch it turns into a teppanyaki. :)

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  10. wow, it's so interesting how they make it, and look sooo yummy!! :)

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  11. I live for ice cream! I'm craving for that white cheesecake thing now. Those funny quips are way better than fortune cookies, I must say :)

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    1. I agree. I hope you'll grab an ice cream soon. :)

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  12. Wow! That is one unique business! I def love the funny msgs in each cup :)

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  13. hmmm looks so yum <3 galing how randomly you eat out and find good places like this :)
    Rovie
    The Bargain Doll
    :)

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