Monday, February 12, 2007

Super Seryna



I think I'm getting more and more picky when it comes to Japanese food. It used to be that I could eat just any old piece of raw fish. I still can, actually but I've learned to appreciate the finer stuff.

What's great about Seryna is that each piece of sashimi I've tried so far has been fresh beyond reproach. I also enjoyed the Tako-su (octopus and seaweed in vinegar), sushi platter, assorted yakimono, and the kaizen. Sitting at the sushi bar, I could see that there were many dishes that I didn't recognize, and that got me really excited. And if there's an item that you don't see on the menu, just ask for it and they'll probably whip it up. Oh, and I heard they have fresh wasabi.

Seryna is located along the outside perimeter of Little Tokyo. It's clean, nicely decorated, and a bit expensive. A meal for one can cost around Php 1,200.00. But if you go lunchtime, you can get these really filling rice or noodle meals for just Php 250.00.

Tel.: 894-3855. It's right across Plaza Fair/McDonalds.

10 comments:

Ituloy AngSulong said...

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Rowi said...

This is my first visit to your site and I ad a good laugh reading your posts! Your "reviews" and comments smack of a certain UP humor, or maybe I'm imagining it.

I like your take on good food that could be had cheap, and in Makati at that or at least its periphery.

Keep it up and keep it going!

bogchief said...

Thanks, Rowi, but either you're imagining the UP humor or we're affecting it, whatever "it" is. I don't think any of us have ever been part of the UP school system (miguel?). We do like the Diliman campus and can be found there from time to time playing disc or eating isaw and ice cream.

karabau said...

Dein nagUP si Miguel. Pero ako, oo! For a photography workshop sa film center. For 1 whole week. Ang saya! At ang lapit sa Chocolate Kiss Cafe. Which serves yummy caesar salad, chicken ala kiev and moist devil's food cake with white marshmallow icing. Mmmmm! Comfort food.

joey said...

A friend just recommended this place to me also...I must check it out! Love Japanese, especially sushi...especially sushi at the bar :)

math said...

Sorry but where is this Plaza Fair/McDonald's you mentioned? Not sure if it's in Makati Cinema Square?

bogchief said...

Yes, Makati Cinema Square. It's right beside one of the Little Tokyo entrances.

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