Third Post. Yabu’s Katsudon Experience.
WHAT’S ON THE MENU: Dining at Yabu
November 3, 2012. This is the day Jonnie and I first dined at Yabu, whose only branch then is located in SM Megamall. To this date, SM Mall of Asia and Robinson’s Magnolia opened its doors for Yabu as well. It was highly recommended by my Civil Law 1 Review professor, Atty. Domingo Z. Legaspi.
You can expect to be queing in line for this restaurant as more often than not, the place is packed with people who wants to try what the restaurant offers and people who are considered regulars already.
Yabu specializes in katsudon dishes (as you can see in the picture above). The food I have ordered in their menu so far are simply delicious and fulfilling.
Hire (100g) Set
Rosu (90g) Set
Chicken Katsu (90g) Set
By the way, all sets comes with an unlimited servings of japanese rice and cabbage, a bowl of fruit, miso soup and japanese pickles.
It’s really fun dining at Yabu, considering the fact you have to do this to make your sauce…
Sesame seed master
After you pulverize the sesame seeds, just pour over it the tonkatsu sauce and you’ll have the perfect dip for your katsu.
Price-wise, I believe that their menu’s price range is just right. For their menu offerings and its respective prices, you may want to check out www.munchpunch.com.
In the branches I have visited (SM Megamall and SM Mall of Asia), I must say that customer service offered by the staff are consistently commendable. The managers always take their time to ask their guests about their dining exprience. Kudos toYabu’s staff! May you never fail to forget this practice that most established food stores are currently committing.
Overall, I would always come back and dine to my heart’s content at Yabu.
Verdict: Highly Recommended
Ambiance: Not that noisy as compared to other restaurants; Great for hanging-out with family, friends and colleagues; Limited dining space.
Customer Service: Very Satisfactory to Outstanding
Till the next post! 😘