CRAVING the exquisite flavors of Japan? Look no further than Botejyu, where authenticity meets innovation under one roof.
With roots dating back to 1946 in Osaka, Japan, this beloved brand has been serving traditional and innovative Japanese cuisine for over seven decades.
Notably, it pioneered “modern-yaki,” a delectable fusion of yakisoba and okonomiyaki, and boasts an extensive menu to cater to every discerning palate.
As Botejyu continues to expand globally, the Philippines welcomed its 70th store in Robinsons Antipolo. This sprawling culinary haven, the newest and largest branch in the Botejyu family, can accommodate up to 188 guests. Step into an ambiance reminiscent of Japan, where warm wooden interiors harmonize traditional Japanese minimalism with modern aesthetics.
The restaurant’s serene yet sophisticated atmosphere is perfect for gatherings with family, friends, or business meetings over lunch.
Additionally, the Robinsons Antipolo branch boasts its very own VIP dining room, available for reservations, making it an ideal choice for private events and special occasions – just in time for the upcoming holiday season.
Spotted at the opening were celebrities Jairus Aquino and Marco Gallo, who served as the program hosts, Jehramae Trangia, Michael Keith, Andrew Muhlach, Sheree Bautista, Katya Santos, Maui Taylor, Jean Kiley, Josef Elizalde, Frost Sandoval, Mikaella Raz, Lara Morena, Benz Sangalang, and Angelica Hart.
With the tagline “Sama-sama. Salo-salo,” Botejyu, a valued member of the Viva Group of Companies, invites diners to join in a special celebration of 77 years of authentic Japanese culinary culture in the heart of Antipolo. Aiming to open its 100th store in the Philippines, Botejyu further establishes itself as a cherished purveyor of Japanese cuisine in the region.
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