Japanese food has been one of the favorite dishes among Filipinos. That's why a lot of japanese restaurant can be seen popping up in the metro and other provinces.
Aside for having branches in Taguig and Makati, if you're in the Quezon City area, I have good news for you! After 19 months of operation, Isaribi Japanese Restaurant launches its newest branch in Tomas Morato (at the back of Zirkoh), Quezon City. Yaaay!
Isaribi Japanese Restaurant invited me to their opening and had a great time tasting everything on the menu. Japanese craving satisfied, indeed.
The exact location of Isaribi Japanese Restaurant is at 113 Belfrant Parking Building, Scout Lozano.
I love the interior and wine wall decor.
I took the liberty of taking photos of their menu so I can share with you their price range. Not bad, right? Given that they are fresh from Japan! Everything on the menu are reasonably priced japanese authentic food.
Fresh fish like salmon, tuna and other sea food products are guaranteed fresh at much affordable price
And to truly enjoy your time at Isaribi Japanese Restaurant, they're also offering unlimited rice promo during lunch hour.
Lovelove this Kani salad especially the japanese mayo. Wishing I can bring home a bottle of their mayo, haha!
House specialties are sushi, sashimj, yakiniku, wagyu beef and grilled sea foods. You can also enjoy around 100 varieties of japanese liquor. Isaribi's wagyu beef is imported from Japan and guaranteed fresh, delicious, and tender.
One of the juiciest wagyu beef I've ever tasted! Craving for this right now!!!
Since I was pregnant last year, my OB advised me not to eat raw salmon and tuna. That's why I was drooling over these when they put the Assorted Sashimi Boat on the table. Imagine 10 kinds of sashimi? Happy tummy!
You can also make/cook your own Takoyaki or ask the server to do it for you.
Isaribi Japanese Restaurant is open from 11am to 1 in the morning to satisfy your japanese craving during lunch time, dinner and snacks.
They also have a function room if you want to celebrate privately. It can accommodate 20 to 30 persons, for simple birthday celebrations or executive meetings.
An Isaribi is light or lamp that japanese fishermen use in fishing. And like a lamp, Isaribi Japanese Restaurant also gibes light to filipinos who are seeking authentic japanese cuisines.
For reservations and inquiries, you may call them at 4415302.
Thank you Isaribi Japanese Restaurant for having me. Expect me to come back and satisfy my japanese craving with my family. :)