What I love about my friends is that they easily give in whenever I crave for something, or maybe they just don't want to see me turn into a monster if I don't get what I want (hahaha). I was really craving for Japanese food that I visited Yoshinoya twice in a week.
Yoshinoya was named after the founder's hometown, Yoshino in Osaka Prefecture, Japan. It is an international Japanese fast-food chain serving specializing in gyudon or beef bowls.
For my first visit that week, my friend and I ordered Jumbo Plate A (Php 190), which has Beef Gyudon, Chicken Teriyaki, and mixed vegetables on top of plain rice.
|Jumbo Plate A|
For my second visit, my friend and I got the newest dishes: Tokyo Chicken Bowl (Php 149) and Tokyo Beef Bowl (Php 139). We also shared Shiitake Shu Mai (Php 59).
|Shitake Shu Mai|
Shitake Shu Mai is Japanese pork dimsum with shitake mushroom. It was soggy - maybe it stayed a little bit longer in the steamer, and it was kinda spicy.
If you want affordable, simple yet delicious Japanese beef bowls, Yoshinoya should be your destination. I have yet to try their Green Tea and Mandarin Orange ice cream.
Note: I forgot to bring my camera for my second visit to Yoshinoya, special thanks to Andrew for letting me use his camera phone. :)
EDSA corner Ortigas Avenue
Upper Ground Floor
EDSA corner Julia Vargas Avenue
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