Looking for a Japanese restaurant with a twist? Did I get an idea, why not recommend a place that not only offers Japanese cuisine but also Peruvian cuisine and Japanese-Peruvian fusion dishes? Sounds interesting right? Nikkei Nama Bar is a place that offers a lot of different delicious dishes which yes Japanese Peruvian cuisine. If you are interested in our topic for today we are going to get to know this place more and we will take a closer look at their menu and best sellers, and of course, the prices of the foods that they are offering so that if after this article and it happens that I actually convinced you on trying this place at least you’ll have an idea about the place. Let’s start!
Below, you’ll find the updated list of Nikkei Nama Bar menu prices.
|Menu Items||Price (PHP)|
Traditional Japanese Sashimi
Traditional Japanese Nigiri
Traditional Japanese Makis
Traditional Japanese Chirashi Sushi
Traditional Japanese Chirashi Bara
Nikkei Cuisine - Small Plates
|Spicy Fried Cashews||265|
|Calamares With Potato Strips||450|
Nikkei Cuisine - Sushi Rolls (5pcs/10pcs)
|Tuna Mango Roll||220/430|
|Miso Salmon Roll||220/430|
|Smoked Salmon Roll||210|
|Spicy Tuna Roll||210/415|
|Unagi Asparagus Roll||335/660|
|Soft Shell Crab Roll||300/595|
Nikkei Cuisine - Mains
|Char Siu Bao (Chifa Bao)||340|
From Our Robata Grill
|Chicken Yakitori Platter||480|
|Iberico Pork Ribs||550|
|Ikayaki (Grilled Squid)||595|
|Pollo Saltado Donburi||380|
|Salmon Belly Bowl||475|
|Blackened Salmon Bowl||660|
|Seared Skirt Steak Bowl||795|
|Ikayaki (Grilled Squid) Bowl||595|
Nikkei Cuisine - Ceviche
|Salmon (Shake) Bento||595|
|Peruvian Robata Bento||595|
|Chicken Yakitori Bento||550|
Nikkei Cuisine - Extras
Nikkei Cuisine - Desserts
|House-Made Ice Cream Combination||350|
|House-Made Ice Cream Ginger||110|
|House-Made Ice Cream Wasabi||110|
|House-Made Ice Cream Sesame||110|
|House-Made Ice Cream Matcha||180|
Beverages - Coffee
|Drip Pour Over 12oz||165|
|18 Hr Cold Process Iced Coffee 16oz||150|
Iced Espresso Beverages
|Iced Salted Caramel Latte||220|
|Iced Peruvian Mocha||220|
|Iced Vanilla Latte||220|
Beverages - Specialty Drinks
|Strawberry Basil Lemonade||160|
Beverages - Iced Teas
|Passion Berry Black||125|
|Organic Nikkei Green||125|
|Passion Fruit Tisane||125|
|Bergamot Black Iced Tea||125|
Beverages - Loose Leaf
|Japan Sencha Tea||145|
|Japan Coconut Ginger Green||145|
|Eve's Rose Petals Herbal Tea||145|
|Organic Lavender Earl Grey||145|
|Passion Fruit Tisane||145|
Beverages - Other Items
|Evian Mineral Water||135|
|Coke Regular, Coke Light, Coke Zero, Sprite||80|
|Sleepless In Shinjuku||295|
|Spicy Sake Martin||295|
|Ruby Sake Soda||295|
|Ume Old Fashioned||495|
|Shiso Elderflower Gimlet||495|
|Tiger Crystal Light||150|
|Draft Beer - Sapporo||180|
|Mars Iwai Blend||350|
|Chita Suntory Whisky||680|
|Nikka Premium Blend 12||750|
|Nikka Taketsuru 21||2700|
|Nikka Yoichi 15||1850|
Whisky - Single Malt
|Kavalan Solist Sherry Cask||720|
Spirits - Vodka
|Beluga Noble Russian Vodka||450|
Spirits - Gin
|St George Botanivore||450|
Spirits - Brandy
Spirits - Cognac
Spirits - Tequila
Spirits - Rum
|Pyrat Xo Reserve Rum||350|
|Don Papa 7yrs||260|
|Havana Club 3 Yrs||120|
Spirits - Whiskey
|Johnnie Walker Gold||350|
Spirits - Liqueurs
|Bailey's Irish Cream||180|
|Ozeki Karatamba (Hyogo)||650/2500|
|Hakushika Ginjo Namachozo||850|
|Gekkeikan Nigori (Kyoto)||950|
|Gekkeikan Horin Junmaidaiginjo (Kyoto)||1625|
|Den En Barley Gold Label Shochu||200/1895|
|Soleca Reserva Sauvignon Blanc||250/1200|
|Vitral Reserva Chardonnay||1350|
|Brancott Estate Sauvignon Blanc||1350|
|Finca Las Moras Sauvignon Blanc||220/995|
|Matua Sauvignon Blanc||1200|
|Finca Las Moras Malbec||220/995|
|Campo Viejo Tempranillo||320/1350|
|Poggio Della Quercia Sangiovese Rubicone||995|
|Rothbury Estate Shiraz Cabernet||995|
|Vitral Reserva Syrah||1350|
|George Wyndham Bin 444 Cabernet Sauvignon||1350|
|George Wyndham Bin 888 Cabernet Merlot||1350|
|Pebble Lane Pinot Noir||1995|
|Terrazas Delos Andes Reserva Malbec||1995|
|Brancott Estate Pinot Noir||1995|
|Genesis Sauvignon Blanc||220/995|
|Genesis Sauvignon Blanc||220/995|
About Nikkei Nama Bar
Peru is a place with a lot of dishes influenced by different cultures from different parts of the world, one of those is Japan. Nikkei Nama Bar is a place that serves Japanese-Peruvian fusion dishes and culinary cultures. Nikkei Nama Bar is located in Bonifacio Global City or BGC, they also have branches in Rada Street, Makati, and Ortigas.
They continue to introduce Peruvian Japanese dishes for those who love to explore their appetite. Nikkei actually has a diverse meaning, it’s like what the Peruvians call Japanese migrants in their country. And since there are a lot of Japanese living in Peru they started to adapt the cooking style of the country and that’s when the Japanese Peruvian cuisine was born. This Japanese Peruvian cuisine over the years has evolved and that’s what Nikkei Nama Bar highlights.
Meanwhile, the word nama in nikkei nama means fresh representing the light ingredients that the restaurant uses. First opened their restaurant in 2018, Nikkei Nama Bar is trying their best to give new flavors to their patrons and they are only serving dishes that you can find on their specific branch.
Nikkei Nama Bar Menu Best Sellers
List below are some samples of Nikkei Nama Bar best selling items on their menu.
Iberico Pork Ribs – This one is a must-order, delicious! Iberico pork ribs are roasted in a charcoal oven giving them a smokey flavor. The pork ribs are actually marinated into a miso paste, oyster sauce, and hoisin, with okra and corn. The meat is really tender and easy to chew, it also has a sweet taste. One of the popular items on their menu.
Blackened Salmon Bowl – Blackened salmon bowl is something that you shouldn’t miss if you’re planning on visiting Nikkei Nama Bar. This has salmon, peanuts, Tokyo slaw, Tamago, and nori tempura. The salmon is actually coated with togarashi and has a balanced savory with peppery flavor. This is perfect as a main course. So, if you are looking for something delicious this is the one that you are looking for.
Ceviche Mixto – Ceviche Mixto of Nikkei Nama Bar is made with generous crab meat, chili, cilantro, dalandan leche de tigre, onion, cherry tomato, peanuts, cancha, lettuce, and potato chips. This will surely catch the eye of those healthy eaters customers since this is way nutritious. This is also a Peruvian popular dish, so if you’re a health consideration or just trying to eat healthy this one is for you.
Soft Shell Crab Roll – The soft shell crab roll menu of Nikkei Nama Bar is a sushi dish that is made with soft shell crab tempura, sesame seeds, cucumber, and yuzu. This also has lightly torched mango on top for added flavor. This one tastes amazing and is a must-try if you don’t want to miss out on something good.
Iced Espresso Beverages
Just when you thought that Nikkei Nama Bar only serves Japanese cuisine and alcoholic beverages they also have iced espresso beverages. On this menu they have an Iced Salted Caramel Latte, this one is an Espresso mixed over their house caramel and some textured milk on top with a sprinkle of sea salt.
They also have Iced Peruvian Mocha, This is an Espresso with Peruvian dark chocolate and textured milk. They also have an Iced Latte, made with Espresso and textured milk then topped with foam. Lastly is their Iced Vanilla Latte, which is an Espresso poured over their house Madagascar Vanilla with textured milk and then topped with foam.
Nikkei Cuisine Ceviche
Nikkei Cuisine Ceviche menu offers 3 delicious items to choose from. The first one is their Classic, this one is actually made with Whitefish, Cilantro, rocoto, red onions, Canchita, and glazed sweet potatoes. They also have Nikkei Ceviche, a dish is tuna with red chili, tamarind leche de tigre, onion, cilantro, calamari, and glazed sweet potato. Lastly their Ceviche Mixto, this one is a mix of everything like leche de tigre, lettuce, whitefish, prawns, cilantro, squid, onion, chili, cancha, and glazed sweet potato.
Nikkei Nama Bar Menu Delivery
Upon checking if you want to order your favorite Nikkei Nama Bar dishes you may order at Foodpanda, Grab, and Pickaroo. However, if you’re location is not serviceable by those third-party channels you may call directly their branch for delivery.
Nikkei Nama Bar (BGC): 0966 533 7573
Nikkei Social Media Pages
Follow them on social media, and you’ll unlock a gateway to exclusive delights, creative fusion, and unforgettable experiences. So, don’t just follow; savor the flavors, savor the moments, and savor the journey with Nikkei Nama Bar!
Where is Nikkei Nama Bar located?
Nikkei Nama Bar is located at 2nd flor One Bonifacio High, 28th street BGC, Taguig.
What are Nikkei Nama Bar’s contact numbers?
You may contact Nikkei Nama Bar at (02)77539212 or 09665337573
What are Nikkei Nama Bar’s business hours?
Nikkei Nama Bar is open from 11:00 in the morning until 10:00 pm
Does Nikkei Nama Bar have social media pages?
Yes. Check out the links on the Social Media Pages section for Nikkei Nama Bar social media pages.
How many branches does Nikkei Nama Bar have?
Nikkei Nama Bar has 3 branches, one in Rockwell, another one in Legaspi village Makati, and lastly their Podium branch in Mandaluyong.
Great place to go if you’re looking for a Japanese restaurant that offers Japanese cuisine and Nikkei which is a Peruvian dish with a big Japanese influence. Nikkei Nama Bar menu offers a wide selection of delicious and fusion dishes plus they also have alcoholic drinks to enjoy anytime. This place looks so good plus the ambience of their place is cozy and customer friendly. The crew is nice and fast, I honestly can’t complain about them, such friendly people. Highly recommended for everyone who loves to discover delicious foods while enjoying a great night.
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