Houses of Yakitori

Oishinbo Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

Yakitori is probably one of the best foods to pair with a bottle or can of beer during night out with friends and colleagues.

YellowTravelingboots once again hunts the Metro to search for the best yakitori houses.

Little Tokyo at Pasong Tamo

This is a small replica of a “Japan village” in the heart of Makati where different types of Japanese restaurants are operating. One of it is “Oishinbo” which offers different types of delectable yakitori.

They are open for lunch at 10:30 AM – 2:30 PM and 5:30 to 11:00 PM.

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Negima at 80+PHP per stick

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Bacon wrapped asparagus at 90 PHP. Super yummy for its affordable price!

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Salmon Sashimi at 390 PHP

Nanbantei

Another great yakitori place is at the 3/F of Greenbelt 3 mall. You have the option to try their individual yakitori sticks but you can try different options if you will get their platter. Be sure to order their “Yakitori Special” if you are a first timer.

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Grilled corn included on a platter of yakitori

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Yakitori Special at 850 PHP. The platter has 21 sticks of yakitori that includes: Tebasaki, Negima, Tsukune, Kawa, Bonjiri, Hatsu, and Leba.

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Beef Yakiniku at 180 PHP. The beef was cooked very well that it’s melting in my mouth!

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…and to cap off your dining experience in this place, don’t forget to pair your yakitori platter with a bottle of beer!

For those planning to have yakitori on their party, you may contact them for their party packages at (02) 757-4130.

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