Where do you go for Japanese food?

@mimiang (3777)
August 1, 2012 1:01pm CST
I love Japanese dishes. My favorite is sukiyakidon. I get it from Tokyo Tokyo.However, I feel that it is better to eat Japanese food from restaurants that serve them in buffet style because in fixed amount of money, you could get as much food as you like.
4 responses
• United States
1 Aug 12
Oh me too, i love Tokyo Tokyo. We usually eat at Tokyo Tokyo, Tempura Japanese Grill in MOA and also in Tokyo Lobby Japanese Restaurant in LA.
@mimiang (3777)
• Philippines
6 Aug 12
Sukiyakidon - This is sukiyakidon
I wish I could go whee you had been. I love japanese food
• Philippines
8 Jan 13
Japanese cuisines are far expensive here in my place, most especially authentic and Japanese restaurants, so to beat the price, I normally go over the cheapest and that’s fast-food. As mentioned by the other commenters, by far the most inexpensive and cheapest Japanese food that I normally go if I am craving for Japanese dish is from TOKYO-TOKYO, they offer a pretty good reasonable price in terms of serving their clients with authentic Japanese food. What I love at TOKYO-TOKYO, is that they serve a combo meal which is really good for your budget money, most likely Bento Meals are great because you get more food for the price of one. Not to mention a free drink as well.
• Philippines
22 Nov 12
I also get my Japanese food from Tokyo Tokyo as well. California Maki is my favorite Japanese dish. Also, Karate Kid serves decent Japanese dishes and I've tried them twice.
@khhhaaaat (112)
• Philippines
8 Oct 12
Since you said buffet, Yakimix and Vikings come to mind. I go for Little Tokyo in the Pasong Tamo, Makati Area instead. They're like a chain of mini-shops which specializes in every japanese food you could think of. Plus they are authentic. Some of the shops are headed by japanese chefs and the owners are japanese themselves. You can dine inside the shops or dine out alfresco style that looks somewhat like a zen garden. Do try the takoyaki from hana and the okonomiyaki from kagura. Also try the Miso Ramen from choto stop.