Sushi for breakfast

Japanese restaurant Kitsho will be opening its doors to breakfast diners starting December. 

The well-loved restaurant, known for serving authentic and wide range of Japanese fare, begins its dining schedule at 9:00 a.m. and ends at 12 midnight. 

chef Keita Kamimoto
Kitsho’s new executive chef Keita Kamimoto
Gourmets and gourmands can choose from either comfort food for breakfast or a traditional Japanese meal of grilled fish (yakimono), such as Sake Shoychi (salmon) or Japanese Saba (mackerel) with miso soup and rice. 

Those who prefer sandwiches over rice meals may opt for either the club house, teriyaki sandwich, German franks, ham French roast, or bacon and egg. Meat lovers can go for the sautéed beef teppan plate while pasta lovers may opt for Kitsho’s version of the Neapolitana. 

Chicken teriyaki sandwich
Chicken teriyaki is given a new twist as a sandwich meal.
Breakfast at Kitsho comes with unlimited serving of piping hot premium brewed coffee.

Executive chef Keita Kamimoto’s delectable sushi can also be enjoyed for breakfast. Diners can choose from kimchi rolls with its tangy swirls of Korean spice, or the irresistibly tasty unagi (eel) roll. 

Japanese restaurant Kitsho
Japanese restaurant Kitsho now serves its dishes, such as (from left) unagi (eel) sushi, salmon rolls with ebi tempura filling, and tuna sandwich, for breakfast.
While Chef Keita can prepare all Japanese dishes, sushi and sashimi making is his forte. The new executive chef brings to Kitsho an impressive culinary experience of preparing superb Japanese food. His extensive training, which started at 17 in Hiroshima’s Suishin Chef School and continued in Sweden, Germany, Norway, China, and Equatorial Guinea, shows in every dish he creates in the kitchen.

Kitsho is located on the ground floor of Hotel Jen Manila, right across the CCP Complex along Roxas Boulevard. Call (02) 795-8888 local 2312 or 924-3623 for inquiries and reservations.

Topics: Japanese restaurant , Kitsho , Sushi , breakfast , Japanese meal , Hotel Jen Manila
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