Little Tokyo Series – Shinjuku Japanese Cuisine

I never knew I’d meet someone who could make me cry the first time I met them. That is until I went to Shinjuku and got introduced to Beef Loin Teppanyaki. I swear; this is the first time that I tasted something and it brought tears to my eyes. It was the best tasting, melts in your mouth beef loin that I’ve had ever. I honestly can’t get enough of it, I almost totally forgot about all the other food in front of me. Okay, enough of that mouthwatering, yummy Beef Loin Teppanyaki.

So about those other items we had, we ordered the Tuna Sashimi for appetizer. It didn’t disappoint as well, they were served fresh and it melted in our mouths as well. Don’t you just love it when food effortlessly melts in your mouth?

Shinjuku boasts of its Gyoza, which are Japanese Fried Pork Dumplings. Gyoza are actually of Chinese origin but became popular in Japan.

The Gyoza in Shijuku is good, but I don’t really find it the “best Gyoza” in town. But then, that’s just me, I still think they should be boasting about those Beef Loin Teppanyaki.

Shinjuku is also famous for their Ramen. You have a choice if you want your ramen spicy or mildly spicy. We tried the Gekikara Ramen which is a Miso based soup ramen with a special spicy sauce, which you can request to be mild if you can’t take too much spiciness, with seasoned pork and vegetables.

The next time you feel like going Japanese, head over to Little Tokyo along Arnaiz Street in Makati and try Shinjuku Ramen House and don’t forget to order Beef Loin Tepanyaki.

Shinjuku Japanese Cuisine
2277 Chino Roces Avenue – Pasong Tamo , Makati