- Restaurant specialises in authentic Japanese cuisine and A5 wagyu dishes.
- Shabu shabu meal features ingredients sourced locally as well as from Japan.
- Located in Bonifacio Global City in Taguig City.
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- Premium wagyu shabu shabu meal for 1 person for P1499 instead of P2500
Toki Japanese Restaurant
Named one of the best restaurants in the Philippines by the Philippine Tatler for five consecutive years, Toki carries its reputation with a muted grace and quiet elegance. Helmed by Chef Takayuki Takahashi, the kitchens of Toki source the freshest ingredients in the Philippines to transform into authentic Japanese cuisine with a contemporary flair. Their menu features a host of wagyu dishes, from simple grilled wagyu sirloin to flame-seared wagyu beef sushi, assorted sashimi and sushi, as well as a teppanyaki selection of seafood, more wagyu, lapu-lapu, and more.
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We also ordered a plate of Wagyu A5 steak (200 grams) for P3,000. My only shot was too blurry so just take a look at the picture below. It was one of the best steaks I’ve ever eaten or maybe I just haven’t been eating Wagyu A5 steak. It was worth every peso and I want to go back to eat an order just by myself. The beef was incredibly tender and aromatic. – February 28, 2014
Sukiyaki with egg, the beef was really soft and I loved that it was not salty like sukiyaki served in local Filipino restaurants. This sukiyaki was really good, the tofu was cooked beautifully and I loved the small mushrooms or Shimeji (シメジ) in it. – September 21, 2014