Delicious. Everything they served were simply tasty and very light. From sushi to tempura, Kobe beef and teriyaki souce. Won't miss in my next trip in Manila.
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Came as a large group and took advantage of a 700 peso all you can eat a la cattle menu. Serving time wasn't speedy but the food quality was good. I had the Salmon and lots of Spicy Tuna and California Maki rolls. I had to be basically rolled out of the restaurant!
Don't be put off by the seemingly expensive interior, their price range is normal BGC rates - (between Php 300 - 600 each) if you go for their ramen or sushi/sashimi. There are pricier items as well, but also something for those who are looking at eating with a smaller budget. The service was impeccable, with their staff unobtrusive but... More
We came here as a group of eight business colleagues hoping to get some good quality food as it's a difficult thing to achieve around here. For convenience sake, we chose the all you can eat banquet and whilst I'm not a fan of all you can eat as generally the quality of the food suffers, this was completely different.... More
Travelled from Paranaque to eat their gyudon. Only 1 order available & this was at 12 noon & there was no one else but us at that point. So I gave my daughter the gyudon which we both were craving for and decided to choose something else for myself. I asked for their Wasabi oyster - not available then I... More
It was such a perfect night with friends, with prefect food on table. The sushis were undeniably tasty and gives you satisfaction from the very beginning till you're finished. Never fail me to appreciate the Japanese food. All time fave! Till next time..
I used to go to Geisha all the time and used to recommend it to people looking for a great Japanesse mean in Manila however I have noticed over the last several months that it appears to be empty in comparison and when I have tried the food on certain days I understand why. Freshness has never been a problem... More
Stopped by for lunch and tried various dishes including the salmon roll, sashimi, and tuna roll for starters. Good standard sushi rolls. Had a Chilean sea bass and wasabi chicken for the mains. The Chilean sea bass though well cooked was a very small portion of fish. The wasabi chicken was nicely cooked though the chicken itself was simply fried... More
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