Japanese cuisine has been widely known all over the world because of how delicious it tastes, there are a lot of Japanese restaurants that have been mushrooming our country since many years ago offering authentic Japanese cuisine but are you looking for an authentic Japanese restaurant that serves delicious Japanese foods without spending too much? Look no more, I got you on this. I recently discovered a place that has everything that you are looking for. Have you heard about Ginza Japanese Restaurant? If not and you’re interested then stay with me here. The Ginza Japanese Restaurant menu offers a variety of delicious dishes that you and your friends and family will surely enjoy, in this article we are going to get to know Ginza Japanese Restaurant and of course their best sellers and prices. I’m pretty excited about this so if you’re ready let go!
Below, you’ll find the updated list of Ginza Japanese Restaurant menu prices.
|Menu Items||Price (PHP)|
|Miso Shiru Soup||180|
|Miso Clam Soup||220|
|Japanese Mushroom Consomme||260|
|Kani Kureson Salad||450|
Robata - Beef
|Gyuniku Aspara Maki||180|
Robata - Chicken
Robata - Seafood
Robata - Pork
Robata - Vegetable
|3 Kinds Mushroom||180|
Sashimi - Local
Sashimi - Imported
|Regular Sashimi Platter||1900|
|Premium Sashimi Platter||7000|
Nigiri Sushi Imported
Nigiri Sushi Local
Nigiri Sushi Combination
|A5 Wagyu Aburi||1500|
|5 Kinds 5||880|
|Grilled Wagyu Yakiniku||3000|
|Steak Wrapped Tofu||520|
|Tori Katsu Curry||480|
Seafood - Oysters
|Nihon Kaki Motoyaki||480|
|Nihon Kaki Furai||680|
|Fresh Sanriku Oysters (3pcs)||880|
|Sanriku Kaki Motoyaki||880|
|Trio Of Sanriku Oysters||880|
Seafood - Gindara
|Japanese Black Cod||820|
Seafood - Shake
Seafood - Shellfish
Seafood - Prawns
Seafood - Hamachi
|Japanese Yellow Tail 100g||600|
Tempura - Seafood
Tempura - Vegetables
|Ebi Yasai Kakiage||420|
|Assorted Mushroom Tempura||650|
Noodles - Soba
|Hiyashi Cha Soba||380|
|Hiyashi Ten Zaru Soba||450|
Noodles - Udon
|Ginza Sumiyaki Udon||850|
|Gyuniku Inaniwa Udon||550|
Noodles - Nabemono
|Stone Pot Garlic Rice (With Shrimp)||400|
Rice - Onigiri
|3 Kinds Onigiri||450|
Rice - Kamemashi
Donburi - Seafood
Donburi - Beef
Donburi - Chicken
Donburi - Pork
Water Or Tea
About Ginza Japanese Restaurant
Japan has a lot of offerings, Japanese Restaurants food culture, and different locations Japan has been a favorite place to go by travelers and adventurers. However, due to the recent pandemic that took place a lot of travelers in our country can’t go outside anymore. Fortunately, there’s a new izakaya that will surely satisfy your Japanese food cravings, and by just trying their foods it’s like you travel back to Japan. Ginza Japanese Restaurant is a Japanese Bar and Restaurant that they named after a famous shopping district in Tokyo.
Their location is actually hidden inside a furniture shop somewhere. There’s an alleyway that you need to pass and plush interiors that you might notice as you go to their place. Ginza Japanese Restaurant is new to the industry, they just recently opened and are currently on a dry run. According to their General Manager Ginza’s partnership with the furniture store is actually perfect since they are looking for walk-in customers which Ginza customers are.
It’s like going around the showroom and we will call if you’re food is done and ready to be served or the other way around like if you’re visiting to go get furniture you can also visit Ginza to grab a beer or any refreshments or actually dine in as well. It’s actually a synergy between the two businesses. This place has slowly but surely gained popularity because of the foods that they are serving and actually taking care of the quality of the goods that they serve for their customer’s satisfaction.
Ginza Japanese Restaurant Menu Best Sellers
Here are samples of Ginza’s must-try items that you should try on their menu.
Ginza Sunomono – Ginza Sunomono is a kind of salad that is made from a thinly sliced cucumber and then topped with some slices of tako which are translated to be an octopus and shime saba or mackerel. If you’re thinking that’s enough it also has shredded kani or crabmeat on top before it is drizzled with their vinaigrette.
The vinaigrette is citrusy but not too sour just perfect with all the seafood in this dish. Ginza sunomono is a refreshing appetizer on their menu before starting your Japanese food journey on the list of delicious items that they offer. It’s fresh and light perfect with anything, this one is a must-try as well.
Nihon Kaki Motoyaki – The Nihon kaki motoyaki version of Ginza Japanese Restaurant menu is basically a torched Japanese oyster that they topped with a mixture of miso mayo. The oyster is perfectly cooked and not all rubbery texture or chewy plus the mayo adds more creaminess and richness to this dish.
They also offer other preparation for this dish because aside from having the oyster torched you can also request it to be deep fried as well or freshly eaten on the half shell. Their Nihon Kaki Motoyaki taste really delicious plus the freshness of the oyster made this so clean to the taste without any odd flavors or aftertaste. Creamy, light, and also a must-try item on their menu.
5 Kinds Aburi – Ginza offers 5 kinds of aburi. This item has tuna, flame-seared salmon, hamachi or yellowtail, lapu-lapu, and unagi which is eel. This sampler has 5 items that let you get a little taste of their specialty sushis so you can determine which of these items is your favorite. Aside from that Ginza also uses vinegar from Japan for their sushi rice which is high quality and will surely give you a satisfying taste. If you can’t decide which one to order then you should try their 5 kinds aburi.
Shinjuku Futomaki – The Shinjuku futomaki version of Ginza is great for sharing, the serving size is quite huge so you and your companion can enjoy this specific kind of item on their menu. This item has a combination of ripe mango, prawn tempura, egg, and crunchy kani salad topping. It’s quite similar to California maki the only difference is that this has added egg and shrimp. And if you’re not into raw foods no worries there is nothing raw in this dish so it’s recommended for everyone. I truly enjoyed this item, to be honest, this tastes delicious.
The Appetizer menu of Ginza Japanese Restaurant has 5 delicious options to choose from. First, they have their Agedashi Tofu which is a Deep-fried tofu with bonito flakes, this also has a light sweet soy broth. They also have Chawanmushi which is a steamed egg custard that is really silky with chicken, shrimp plus ginko nut. Aside from those they also have Edamame which is a Steamed whole green soybeans. Gyoza which is quite popular can also be found on this menu and tontoro which is a thinly sliced pork nape.
Ginza has 3 salad options to choose from, The first is their Toyosu Salad which is made with Assorted sashimi slices on top of a bed of greens then it is also served with a wasabi and soy vinaigrette. They also have Ginza Sunomono, which is actually a cucumber salad that is tossed in a vinaigrette and then topped with tako, ika, saba, kani, and ebi. Last but not least is their Kani Kureson Salad, this one is a fresh watercress topped with shredded crabstick. They also serve this with Japanese mayo.
Ginza Japanese Restaurant Menu Delivery
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Where is Ginza’s located?
Ginza Japanese Restaurant is located at 2307 Chino Roces Ave. in Makati City.
What is Ginza’s contact number?
You can contact Ginza at 09175744692 or 09176212171.
Does Ginza Japanese Restaurant have a Facebook page?
Yes. Ginza Japanese Restaurant actually has a Facebook page, if you want to be updated on their latest promotions.
What are Ginza’s business hours?
Ginza Japanese Restaurant is open on Sundays to Thursdays from 11:00 in the morning until 10:30 p.m. and on Fridays to Saturdays from 11:00 a.m. until 12:00 a.m.
Is this place halal-certified?
No. Ginza Japanese Restaurant is a non-halal-certified restaurant that offers pork dishes and alcoholic beverages.
Great place good food and nice atmosphere is what Ginza Japanese Restaurant has to offer. This place is a definition of calmness or maybe just that day that we visited their place. The Ginza Japanese Restaurant menu offers a wide variety of Japanese favorites from classic to innovative and newly created dishes. The place is really good and clean I like how comfortable and cozy their place is. Their crews are polite and nice I don’t have any complaints about them they are quite friendly too. This place offers great quality food that is really hard to resist and miss out on. Nice place to go if you’re seeking a good Japanese restaurant. Highly recommended.
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