Nanbantei of Tokyo was a pretty cozy Japanese restaurant in Greenbelt 3. Since I went there by myself, I sat next to the area where the "Sushi chef" makes the sushi so I could watch. I visited the resto on a sunny Saturday solo. My fellow Explorer, +Ma.Elissa Pagulayan had a prior thingy and I can't reschedule. :P
Thanks to +Deal Grocer I got to eat here at a discount.
I ordered 3 items from their menu:
I tried their California Maki, Kani Salad and Pork Garlic Yakitori.
Also got a brewed coffee just to wake myself up. :D
The servers were really friendly.
I loved the free appetizer: sticks of cucumber, carrot, and singkamas with a special bean curd dip.
I didn't get to take a photo of the appetizer coz I ate it immediately.
Kani salad and Cali maki were awesome.
It was really cold in my spot, and they can't change the temp of the air con.
The pork garlic yakitori was reaaally salty.
A little bit expensive Japanese food.
The price for the food is good enough to cover for the cozy space and the delicious food, save for the pork yakitori. They should hold the salt a bit. Total bill was 614 including service charge. Only paid 114 for the excess value of the voucher. Also something to note, I couldn't finish everything. I had to take out the rest of the maki and the yakitori. :D
Visited March 1, 2014
3/F Greenbelt 3, Esperanza St
Ayala Center, Makati