Saturday, October 18, 2014

Tokyo Joe: The Newest Casual Japanese Restaurant in Town

A new Japanese fast food restaurant just opened in Spark Place along P. Tuazon, Cubao, Quezon City. It's not at all like the common fastfood restos around that serve chicken and burgers. Tokyo Joe is a casual Japanese restaurant which serves the Gyudon, the 100-year old Japanese recipe of rice topping, also known as the Beef Bowl Misono, with the option to enjoy complimentary items like drinks, California Maki, Age Gyoza, or other sidings  to go with it.

There are three upgrades available for a Donburi, Bento or Ramen:

1) Maki upgrade (PHP 65) - California, Beef, Chicken, Salmon or Super California Maki with regular iced tea

2) Sides upgrade (PHP 75) - 3-piece Gyoza, Yakimeshi, Ika Ring, Kani Salad or Fish Fingers and regular iced tea

3) Combo upgrade (PHP 125) - California Maki and 3-piece Gyoza, California Maki and Kani Salad, or Yakimeshi and 3-piece Gyoza with regular iced tea

Tokyo Joe's Beef Bowl Misono

Beef Misono and Tempura

Tokyo Joe is also run by the owners of another Japanese Restaurant that me and my family love - Rai Rai Ken, assuring us about the quality of food they are serving. I've tasted and loved their Beef Bowl Misono, way better than another famous Japanese fast food restaurant.

Photo opp with Tokyo Joe's owner Mr. Joey Garcia

Mr. Joey Garcia and the official mascot of Tokyo Joe with my wife and other bloggers

The new Japanese food chain was re-born in March of 2012 in Cebu City. Just a few months after, they opened five branches in Metro Cebu alone, followed by another branch in Gaisano Mall Davao in August 2013. To date, they are set to open more branches in major cities in the Philippines; at least five new locations before the year ends.

Tokyo Joe 
Instagram: #tokyojoebeefbowl or #tokyojoe
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stacy | said...

Better than yoshinoya?

Anonymous said...

Food is awesome, but bad customer service, wish they can improved on the well being of their customers and understand the importance of communication.