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Japanese cuisine wasn’t really a thing in Marikina before- until the likes of Tamagoya Noodle House and Crazy Katsu, among many others, gave accessibility to the city residents and built the trend. However, they are but specialty restaurants only serving one main type of dish, and not really the authentic kind that offers a wide variety of authentic Japanese food.
Prices are pretty affordable if we’re to factor in how classy Seifuku is both aesthetically and gastronomically. For what to order, you’ll be given a menu consisting of 11 pages of food categories to choose from- sashimi, sushi, ippin ryouri, agemono, tempura, ramen, udon, soba, donburi, robata, salad, soup, bento, yakiniku, sukiyaki and a variety of drinks. And while you wait for your order, you’ll be given a veggie-tako-salmon appetizer. AND YES, you can also request for FREE JAPANESE HOUSE TEA! BANZAI!
Overall, I’d give an average of 9/10 to everything we ordered. There’s one thing though- the Katsu Curry was salty. We pointed this out to the waiter and said they will inform the chef and have a look into it. Well, the next time we went there, my sister ordered Katsu Curry and yes, it was better and not salty anymore.
And without further ado, here are the food pictures!