Savor summer’s fresh bounty at Kitsho

Noodles are an all-time favorite, especially Kitsho’s Yakisoba dish

After nights of cold, the summer breeze has started to waft all over the Metro. And with it is the promise of sun-drenched adventures and fun-filled days ahead. Flowers have started popping out, colorful blooms and farm fields are brimming with produce.

Your favorite split is given a new twist with grilled banana instead

Seascapes are teeming with fresh catch and fisherfolk are having a field day. All of these bountiful resources gather in Kitsho’s kitchen as executive chef Keita Kamimoto whips up the tastiest Japanese dishes this side of town.

Diners can either enjoy the dishes a la carte or have them all through a buffet selection. Should you prefer the latter choice, you’ll be amazed to know that your choices will be prepared only as you order them, whether as a single dish or an array of choices. Simply tell the staff what you want and Chef Keita, together with his F &’B team, will prepare them all for you.

This delectable pork dish is perfectly seasoned with gentle zing of ginger

You can start your gustatory experience with shrimp or squid tempura then follow it up with Tuna Teppan. Balance your meal with some sautéed vegetables and piping hot bowls of savory miso soup.

When appetites start to get whetted, sample some yakisoba dishes with Tori Momo Karage (fried chicken), on the side. Meat lovers would love the Buta Shokayagi dish, that’s pork meat sautéed in ginger. But the choices don’t end here, simply browse through the buffet menu and order every dish that your appetite craves for. They will be prepared fresh and savor them all, right off the flame; rather than getting them cold from a food station.

Capping every Kitsho meal is an array of sweet ending options. Take your pick from either Grilled Banana or, should you want something new and eye-catching, you may opt for either the parfait-colored Rainbow Delight Cake or the Japanese macha halo-halo, for some twist to the favorite summer quencher.

Lunch buffet is served at P 1,356/person with unlimited iced tea, while the dinner buffet is offered at P 1,568/person with one round of red/white wine or beer. All meal prices are inclusive of VAT and service charge.

Pinoys love fried chicken and once diners get to taste Kitsho’s chicken, they’ll surely crave for more

This merry month of March, diners who come in small or big groups get to enjoy Kitsho’s 5 + 1 promo wherein one guest dines for free for every five paying diners in their company.

Summer’s bountiful farm produce and fresh catch are starting to fill our marketplaces and you’ll get to savor all of Nature’s freshest at Kitsho.

Kitsho Japanese Restaurant and Sake Bar is operated and managed by MCK Millennium Food, Inc.  and is conveniently located at the ground level of Hotel Jen Manila, right across the sprawling CCP Complex along Roxas Boulevard’s sunset strip on the historic Manila Bay area.

For reservations, simply get in touch with the restaurant’s trunk-line no. (02) 994-36-23 or Ms. Malou Manzano through telephone number (02) 877-63-79 . You may also check out Kitsho’s social media pages



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