Pasta Bowls, Happy Hour Promos, Japanese And Korean Sizzlers To Stave Off This Week’s Dire Typhoon Warnings
TRUFA PASTA BAR
Planters Bldg., Esteban Street, Legaspi Village, Makati, (02) 771-2581; Paseo Parkview Suites, Valero Street, Salcedo Village, Makati, (0917) 804-5011
Trufa Pasta Bar interior
Combining the dining scenes in Barcelona and Manila, Trufa Pasta Bar aims to give an indulgent experience to its customers, spoiling them with every bite. Besides personalizing your own pasta bowls and offering a good value menu, Trufa, which mean truffle in Spanish, also has a happy hour promo that happens daily from 4 pm to 8 pm with 20% off on all cocktails, wines, and beer!
Cheers to the weekend!
Photos courtesy of Trufa Pasta Bar’s official Facebook page
258 Tomas Morato Avenue, South Triangle, Diliman, Quezon City
The Royale Hilda Wagyu Platter
Yoshimeatsu proudly serves a fusion of Japanese and Korean cuisine with dishes that are great for sharing! Aside from unlimited yakiniku or grilled meat, they also offer unlimited tempura and maki.
Unlimited maki and tempura
Photo courtesy of Yoshimeatsu’s official Facebook page
GAJA KOREAN KITCHEN
2F 8445 Kalayaan Avenue, Poblacion, Makati
Korean cuisine does not always mean Samgyeopsal. So Gaja Korean Kitchen aims to show its customers the beauty and complexity of traditional Korean food with a modern twist.
Its colorful upgrade of the classic rice dish Bibimbap is called Ribimbap, boasting juicy USDA rib eye, fresh mushrooms, and other mixed vegetables topped over hot white rice and served with sweet homemade gochujang butter. Another classic, Galbi-Jim uses 48-hour sous vide Kitayama Wagyu short ribs.
Photos courtesy of Monique F. Suzara