Yoshinoya Reopens at SM Mall of Asia (Pasay City, Metro Manila)

Ribbon cutting of the newest Yoshinoya store at SM Mall of Asia

Yoshinoya finally brings back Japan’s famous beef bowl to SM Mall of Asia. Like their SM Megamall branch, which underwent renovation late last year, Yoshinoya SM Mall of Asia retained their signature orange, white and green color combination. The store looks sleeker and classier than ever.

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Yoshinoya Century Pacific Inc. President Timothy James G. Yang assists friends from the Japanese Embassy and SM Mall of Asia in lighting their candles for the store blessing

Hosts from UNTV’s Rise & Shine graced the Yoshinoya store opening

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We were able to try their popular dishes, such as the Kani Shumai, the Shiitake Mushroom shumai, their warm bowl of Beef Misono, and a Tiramisu to cap off lunch.

Kani Shumai and Shiitake Mushroom shumai

 

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Flavorful and tender Beef Misono for lunch

Yoshinoya’s Tiramisu hit the sweet spot

A fun-filled store opening with cosplayers and unlimited photobooth set up welcomed friends from the media and dining customers. Everyone was thrilled about the store’s reopening and in no time, the place was packed with guests looking forward to their warm bowl of Japan’s famous Gyudon bowl.

Do drop by Yoshinoya’s newest branch at SM Mall of Asia for your favorite Japanese dishes at prices you’ll love.-HANA

Yoshinoya Restaurant
Unit 107, Ground Floor
North Wing, SM Mall of Asia
Pasay City, Philippines

3 comments to Yoshinoya Reopens at SM Mall of Asia (Pasay City, Metro Manila)

  • Aegeane Brioso  says:

    And it made me really hungry… again! Love the photos, it adds attraction on the food! Nagmumuka lalaong yummy and mouth-watering. I love love love it! Would love to try their gyudon. :)

  • Liezel Salem  says:

    you really love Japanese Food.. hehehehe :D i want to try this Shiitake Mushroom shumai .. SHUMAI or SIOMAI? anu po talaga..

    • dollhana  says:

      Yoshinoya named it Shumai para maiba daw :P Or maybe it’s there Japanese version of the Chinese siomai :)

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