Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Food Trip: Tokyo Cafe

I know you've heard about Tokyo Cafe or saw some of their branches in the mall. 

I first saw Tokyo Cafe at SM North. I thought their food were expensive so I didn't bother to ask my hubby or friends to try there. Yeah I know, na judge ko na agad just because the place looks neat and mahal, hehe :D
Well, after a series of peeking inside (alam mo yun, yung everytime dadaanan mo sya chine-check out mo kung ok nga-haha! :D), I finally tried Tokyo Cafe. 
Here's what I found out: It's not [that] expensive pala, you get your money's worth and super yummy ang food nila! Yay! 

**TOKYO CAFE is the only Japanese style family restaurant that offers Western dishes with that distinct Japanese touch and prides itself with genuine Japanese hospitality and service.

Took photos of their menu so you can see their price list :)

Even from the menu mouth watering na!!

Super neat ang place. It's clean and loved the ambiance

Carbonara! Creamy pasta with mozzarella cheese, bacon and mushroom 

I'm not sure but I think this is a chicken cutlet with potato salad

Tokyo boneless chicken. This was a total hit! Been to Tokyo Cafe for 4x and hindi nawawala sa order ito :)

Chicken ala Pobre

Another food trip for Shopgirl Jen and Tokyo Cafe really hit the spot-my tummy spot, haha! :D Tried their mango crepe (no picture :( devoured it in seconds lang, haha!) and been always craving for it. 
Can't wait to try their other menu and have new favorites from Tokyo Cafe!

Try them yourself, love! It's a perfect place for great dates! :))
For updates, follow them on Facebook and look for their branch nearest you.

**From their Facebook page
*all pictures from me
Disclaimer: Food Trip of Shopgirl Jen is not sponsored. This is not a food review. It's simply sharing my experience/fondness/love for food :))

Happy eating!

Shopgirl Jen

1 comment:

Sam Lanuza said...

Yee I love the burger steak in Wafu Sauce... :)