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Japan Fudo Street

Japan Fudo Street

My family and I already had lunch at another Japan restaurant but my parents weren't satisfied with their food. As we were going around the mall for window shopping and to checkout what establishment were already open. On level 4, we saw Ayala Mall's newly opened section called Japan Town. Their plan is to basically open Japan related establishments in this level (watch out for their Korea Town as well, if I remember it correctly it's on Level 2). 

These are the restaurants and arcade that are Tsujiri, Hokkaido Takoyaki, Timezone and at the end of the hall is Japan Fudo Street. It was then decided that we will have dinner there the same day. After walking around the mall and not seeing much since there's only a few stores available. We head back to grab an early dinner.  

Once you enter the resto, you can see  the simplicity of their design with Japanese inspired pieces on the wall and how they structured each stalls like the ones in Japan. It had more or less 20 tables available that you can bring your family and friends along. 

They also sell Japanese products.

Food court style with inspired by Japanese culture

On every table

Ok, you don't have to go to each stall to check out what they offer. They provide their menu with all of the dishes they offer. We picked out the following: 


Ramen Shrimp Tempura (Php 350)


Bento Unagi Sashimi (Php 380)


My mother ordered this and she was really happy for the price she got salad, miso soup, rice and 2 pickled sides. The presentation was notable too. 


California Roll (Php 145)

This was my order cause I was still full from what I ate (huge gyudon rice bowl). Usual California maki I tried they normally put more veggies or mango to fill the maki. I was surprised the middle portion was mostly kani and salad. I liked it, not bad for the price. 


Grilled Squid (Php 80) and Baby Octopus (Php 130) 

The grilled squid was bland could have added more sauce or seasoning. The baby squid was an interesting yakitori item. The sauce worked well with it cause it's pretty difficult to add flavor to some seafood ingredients.


Takoyaki (Php 120) 

They didn't scrimp on fish flakes but when you get to try Japan's takoyaki. You still look for that huge chunk of octopus in the middle. It had only had small chunk inside, taste wise it was ok.

We enjoyed our visit most especially my parents because the food was great and the price wasn't that expensive. We are planning to go back to try their other dishes. 

LOCATION: 
Japan Fudo Street
Level 4 Ayala Mall Vertis North

Japan Fūdo Street Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

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