Nanbantei of Tokyo's authentic yakitori and cold beer. Better yet, pair it with some of Nanbantei's new signature cocktails.
Why not try something different, and enjoy an all new experience at Nanbantei of Tokyo with five new and unique cocktails...
Have some of Nanbantei of Tokyo's authentic yakitori, and give it a fresh spin with the new line of cocktails. Classic cocktails infused with a distinct Asian twist, each colorful concoction pairs well with Nanbantei's authentic yakitori (see more of Nanbantei's wide range and new and authentic yakitori creations here at http://dude4food.blogspot.com/2014/05/nanbantei-of-tokyo-launches-new.html). Nanbantei's refreshing Gin Basil (P 125), a cool blend of Tanqueray Gin, sweet and sour mix, fresh basil, and simple syrup topped with a fizzy Sprite. Smooth, fresh and clean flavors, the minty and subtle peppery notes of the basil add a refreshing layer of flavor.
Fresh Rita (P 150), a classic Margarita with premium Cuervo 1800, Agave syrup, fresh lime juice, sweet and sour mix, and garnished with a lime wedge. The sweet and sour blend is comfortingly familiar, and pairs well with the delicate flavors of Nanbantei's yakitori.
Japanese Mojito (P 175), another classic cocktail with a distinct Asian twist, blended with Ichiko Sochu, fresh calamansi juice, simple syrup, and soda water, with ooba leaves instead of mint for that Japanese twist, garnished with a lime wedge and topped with Sprite. The perfect cocktail to beat the summer heat, with the ooba leaves adding refreshing citrus and minty notes.
Hibiscus Mojito (P 150), a unique concoction with Bacardi White, mojito mint, sweet hibiscus syrup, mint leaves, fresh lime juice, soda water, and garnished with a lime wedge. The classic mojito gets a sweet twist with the infusion of hibiscus syrup, just perfect with Nanbantei's pork and seafood yakitori.
And finally, the soothing Malibu Midori (P 125), with Midori Melon Liqueur, Malibu Rum, Bacardi White, sweet and sour mix, tart pineapple juice, and lemon wedge garnish. A personal favorite, with a vibrant green hue to match its equally refreshing flavor. Sweet and tart, with a pleasant kick.
A late afternoon snack with yakitori and cocktails becomes your personal happy hour, or a great start before any meal at Nanbantei.
Enjoy your cocktails with Nanbantei's signature yakitori dishes, like the Hatsu (P 80), lightly grilled chicken heart...
...Kawa (P 75), crisp and juicy chicken skin simply seasoned with salt and lightly grilled to perfection...
...or the unique Leba Maki (P 150), chicken liver wrapped with bacon, combining the distinct flavor and texture of liver with the sharp notes of the crisp and salty bacon.
And as you enjoy more cocktails, why not go for Nanbantei's bestseller, Tori Karaage (P 200), crispy breaded chicken with ponzu sauce...
...and the unique Yaki Onigiri (P 85 per piece), grilled riceballs with nori. The grilled riceballs combine the crispy and soft textures of rice in every bite, flavored with a sweet sauce. Grab a piece of the sticky grilled rice and wrap it in nori for a new flavor experience. And have another cocktail.
Sample all five new and refreshing cocktails to start your meal at Nanbantei of Tokyo, and enjoy your very own happy hour...Kampai!
Nanbantei of Tokyo is located at Bonifacio High Street Central, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City or call 621-3224 for inquiries.
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