Kasai Yakori? Fire or Ice? At Tokyo Tokyo, you can have both...
Tokyo Tokyo, the Philippines' leading Japanese restaurant chain, launches two new dishes to satisfy your Japanese flavor fix...
Quality, value and abundance, a formula that has worked so well for Tokyo Tokyo since it first opened in 1985, continues to be at the very core of Tokyo Tokyo's corporate philosophy offering diners a modern, mainstream approach to Japanese cuisine. Today, Tokyo Tokyo has more than 50 stores in its expanding network, serving their all-time bestsellers like Prawn Tempura, Beef Misono, and Pork Tonkatsu along with their new line of ramen dishes and innovative Japanese-inspired hamburgers. The list of Tokyo Tokyo favorites continues to grow with the addition of two new and contrasting dishes, like fire and ice, to their menu.
Before the new Fire and Ice-inspired dishes were presented, we were served some of Tokyo Tokyo's classic favorites, including California Maki and Wasabi Fries along with Tokyo Tokyo's signature Red Ice Tea.
And now for Tokyo Tokyo's Fire and Ice...Tokyo Tokyo's new Cheese Tonkatsu Bento is a surprising twist to their Pork Tonkatsu meal with the addition of creamy cheese. Tokyo Tokyo's Pork Tonkatsu has long been a favorite, and now loyal diners have the option of trying their favorite with a creamy cheese twist. The new Cheese Tonkatsu Bento has thicker, juicier pork slices made rich with cheese, and comes with freshly shredded cabbage with a special roasted sesame dressing plus all the rice you can eat. Quality, value and abundance...all in a fiery hot new dish from Tokyo Tokyo.
We've seen the Fire part, and now comes the Ice part. Just in time for summer, Tokyo Tokyo launches its new line of iced treats, Snow Ice, in three delectable flavors for a perfect ending to any meal at Tokyo Tokyo. Inspired by the classic Japanese Festival offering, the Kakigori, a shaved ice delicacy mixed with various flavored syrups, Tokyo Tokyo goes a step further with its unique take with three cool variants. Tokyo Tokyo's new Snow Ice line features a bed of vanilla-flavored ice with a smooth and light consistency like fallen snow or ice cream, sweetened with milk and refreshing toppings. The Halo-Halo Snow Ice is a twist on the classic Filipino dessert with lavish servings of ube, nata, leche flan, and a sprinkle of crunchy corn flakes. Unlike the usual shaved ice, Tokyo Tokyo's new Snow Ice has a finer and smoother texture that pairs well with the generous toppings.
The Choco Sensation features moist and chewy brownie chunks with sweet mini-marshmallows and a generous helping of hot fudge sauce. For chocoholics, this is definitely a must-try. And with summer creeping in, you can cool down with a bowl of one of three Snow Ice favors.
Craving for fruits? Try Tokyo Tokyo's Mango Peach Medley with juicy slices of tangy peach and tart mango for a burst of cool tropical flavors. The new Snow Ice is a perfect complement to Tokyo Tokyo's popular offerings or as a standalone snack, now available at select stores this month and in all stores nationwide by April 2014. Tokyo Tokyo's Fire and Ice, hot eats and iced treats...more winners from Tokyo Tokyo.
Over the years, Tokyo Tokyo has proven time and time again that quality, value and abundance remains relevant through the years. And by constantly innovating and offering inspired new dishes following these core values, Tokyo Tokyo's future continues to shine like the rising sun.
Tokyo Tokyo is located at Net Lima Building, 4th Avenue corner 26th Street, Fort Bonifacio, Taguig City.
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