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Turning Japanese

I never really was a fan of uncooked foods. So whenever we go to Japanese resto's I always end up ordering the Tempura, Tonkatsu or Ramens. =P But then how can you resist this..

One of the thickest Salmon Sashimi ever... Yum!

California Maki (one of Arvic's favorite)

Dynamite Roll, really delish..

The flavors just literally 'bursts' in your mouth. Yummy!

Kimono Ken

256 Tomas Morato Ave.
Cor. Sct. Fuantabella St., Q.C.

Tel # 9281228, 9292535

I'm out.


If you ever find yourself near Bonifacio High Street, (malapit sa dulo ng High Street actually, pero hindi yun Market Market end ah, yun kabila), try nyo yun Red Kimono :-)
dyosa said…
Oooh, ang kapal nga ng slice ng Salmon Sashimi. Ginutom na naman ako. :-)
Cza said…
@kristi - halu!!!!! kamusta ka na??? Sige sige.. ittry din namen jan. Pagbalik mo kain tayo ng Jap food! :)

@dyosa - grabe, nagutom din ako nung nakita ko ulit. Haha! :)
Cza said…
@goodfor2 - yumyum indeed! :D thanks for visiting! :D
andrew said…
try their teppanyaki dishes the best. their salads are to die for too. Kimono Ken quality talaga at affordable prices.

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