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Little Tokyo

After a number of failed attempts to have dinner at Little Tokyo, finally we were successful this time around. Hello Little Tokyo!


Eventhough it was the middle of the week, I was surprised to see that the place was still close to being full.


It was nice that we were with a friend who knew about the place already. So he suggested that we get a table in the middle and not inside the restaurants so we can look around and order the specialties from different stalls. I guess we can do this as long as we order something from the place we were seated at. We got a table at Riozen.


So here's the food!

My favorite food that night... Takoyaki!


I think this one's called Karakuchi (?). It's Hot and Spicy Ramen with pork, beef, chicken.


My Katsudon


Maki and lots of Sashimi


Yumyumyum! I was so focused on the eating part that I forgot to take note of the prices. Oh well.. I shall take note next time because we will definitely be back. :)

CARPE DIEM!
I'm out.

Comments

MrsLavendula said…
i love this place...just too far from where we live but you make me want to go back!
Pansitlove said…
Cza! You poked your food with chopsticks... no no!
Cza said…
@MrsLavendula You should visit it sometime soon! worth the travel :)

@Pansitlove Di na po uulit. Hehe.
docgelo said…
i miss little tokyo in makati as much as i miss the real city in japan! oh my, those were my days.
sarap ng jap food!

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