Japanese restaurants are few and far between in Manila's gaming and entertainment district. If the diner has a hankering for high-end Nippon cuisine, this is worth trying.
- For diners with an overflowing billfold, the restaurant has an extensive selection of seafood imported directly from the Tsukiji market.
- For diners who don't want to think, the grilled beef and fish of the day set menu is a good option. It comes with a wafu salad which is nice and piquant, grade A sashimi, mouth-watering rib-eye, shrimp tempura, and fish. The miso soup and tempura sauce come very light, so feel free to infuse it with your favourite condiments.
- The tempting sakura macaroon with vanilla and raspberry sorbet is a sight to behold and to taste.