Last Sunday, our extension Bible class at Pajo was
cancelled. Because we’re already in the area, we decided to head to Herbosa and
try the Japanese carinderia there. It was recommended by friends and church
mates because the place serves authentic Japanese cuisine at a cheaper cost.
The owner was a Japanese guy who married a Filipina. Together, they manage the
Because we want to try almost everything, we ordered
one each and just sampled each of the dishes. We had a bowl of beef ramen,
katsudon, katsu, gyoza, okonomiyaki and canton yakisoba. We cleaned our palates with free
service water. Hahaha! All in all, we spent PhP 535. And yep, I forgot to try
their ebi tempura. I will definitely go back.
|Half of Team Pajo. Next time, complete na daw. Haha!|
|Prepping the food at a makeshift kitchen stall. |
|Here's their version of tonkatsu. The side salad's quite creamy; sauce was great. The pork was just right. :)|
|Katsudon! Yum. I got hungry again. T_T|
|Canton Yakisoba. Brother ate it all, I never got to taste it. T_T|
|Gyoza. Hoarded it because they're good. :)|
|Beef Ramen! Wasn't able to try it too because Gly hoarded it. Haha!|
|Okonomiyaki. Better than Tokyo Bubble Tea's, in my opinion. Brother and I fought until the last slice. Haha!|
Ah, so you wanna go there. Hmmm. If you’re coming from
Tayuman, head over to Puregold Pritil. From there, ride jeepneys with
Sangandaan- Divisoria routes. Tell the driver you’ll go down at Herbosa Street.
It’s on the other side, so cross. Look for Suzuki Japanese Karenderya. If you
can’t get my instructions, I might as well go there with you. Hahaha! Joke.
|And I'm done! Definitely coming back to try their ebi tempura. :D|
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