Chef Hiro welcomes celebrants to Kitsho

Take a break from your usual celebrations and indulge in an all-you-can-eat weekend delight as Chef Mizumoto “Hiro” Masahiro, welcomes celebrants to Kitsho for the entire month of July. 

Enjoy an authentic Japanese buffet spread all weekends of this month during lunch and dinner hours when you celebrate important milestones—like birthdays, anniversaries, debuts, wedding pre-nuptials, baptisms, and matrimonial engagements—with family and friends.

To sweeten the deal, for every group of five guests, the 6th enjoys the a la carte buffet for free. Plus, every P500 spent on meals gets a free soft serve ice cream. Lunch is at P1,100++ and dinner at P1,250++, inclusive of bottomless iced tea.

Kitsho offers a wide selection of Japanese fare, perfect for any kind of celebrations 

Savor a wide spread of 30 a la carte items accompanied with a bunch of appetizers (mabo tofu, yakisoba, mabo nasu, sauteed vegetables, nagasaki saraudon and gyoza), seafood items (tuna/salmon teppan, shrimp/oyster/squid/white fish fry, salmon croquette, shrimp/squid tempura and shrimp with chili sauce), assorted sushi and sashimi, meat items (beef/pork teppan, tonkatsu, meat croquette, chicken katsu, pork saute with ginger, chicken teriyaki, katsuni and fried chicken), as well as a US prime beef sukiyaki station. And for private reservations for a group above 20, a special buffet set-up can be arranged any day of the week.

Chef Hiro is pretty confident about the food served at the restaurant. “The Embassy of Japan brings guests here frequently. If my taste isn’t authentic, they won’t be coming back as often,” enthused Chef Hiro.

Chef Mizumoto ‘Hiro’ Masahiro invites July celebrants to Kitsho
“You have to try our Salmon Sushi, I covered its crispy skin with tempura batter. You’ll simply taste a different texture than what you’re used to. Also try our meat dish of US Rib Eye that we cut into thin strips then wrapped them with Japanese mustard. Our tenderloin has fat layers in it which make them tastier. If I have the ingredients to a dish that’s not in the menu, then I’ll prepare it for guests who request it,” shares the Japanese chef. 

Kitsho is open from Monday to Sunday for lunch (11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.) and dinner (6 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.).

Kitsho Authentic Japanese restaurant is located at the ground level of Hotel Jen Manila. For inquiries and advance reservations, call the resto’s hotline via tel. no. (02) 994-36-23 or (02) 795-8888 extension 2312.

Topics: Chef Mizumoto “Hiro” Masahiro , Kitsho , Japanese buffet

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