If you’re looking for ramen in San Juan, you’ll definitely think of Oyasumi Ramen. Oyasumi in Japanese means “Good night”. Surely, it’s the best description for this restaurant for after eating here, you’ll be so full you’ll want to sleep right there and then.
An awesome gyoza place has entered Metro Manila! Food specialty shops are all the rage in Japan. Specialty shops mean that they give more effort in a particular dish than most general restaurants.
For weeks, I’ve craved sushi and sashimi. I even watched this video of comparing sushi places in LA which only made me crave sushi all the more. I’ve heard that there was a sushi place quite near me and I was determined to try it. Hence, Yuujin was the next foodie destination for me.
I love Japanese food, but cooking is sometimes a pain. I had made a few dishes that require little effort and maximum yummy goodness. Here is my easy lazy method of making Zaru Soba.
This delicious tray of goodness is less that Php 300. It’s unbelievably good.
Must try. Restaurant is located at Panay Ave. Tok-yu Sushi Bar.