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Ebi (shrimp)tempura has remained an all-time favorite amongst Filipino diners.


April is seafood month at Kitsho, not only because of the abundance of fresh catch but also because it makes special notice to Christiandom’s observance of the Lenten season.

Seafood lovers would surely delight in the many seafood options that the a la carte menu proffers, especially for those who intend to go on a buffet binge. However, there will be no buffet spread as everything diners would want to sample are cooked just as they are ordered; so they arrive at your dining tables freshly-cooked and just off the flame. So simply tell the waiting staff what dishes you want to savor and sample, and executive chef Keita Kamimoto and his F&B team will gladly prepare them for you.


Executives and yuppies will find Kitsho’s set meal (valued at Php750) a real value for money treat!


Seafood lovers will relish this delectable plate of sauteed poire of white fish with Japanese sauce.

The lunch buffet is priced at Php1,356 and comes with unlimited iced tea, while the dinner buffet is priced at Php1,568 with one round of red/white wine or beer. All meal prices, including the set meals, are inclusive of VAT and service charge. Moreover, every five paying diners on the a la crate buffet could bring an extra guest for free.



This mouth-watering Gobo & Pumpkin salad is a great way to start your meal.


Those who want to sample a complete meal, instead of a buffet option, could easily go for the set meal. Priced at a great value-for-money deal of Php750 that would make your pockets smile, the set meal consists of a steaming hot bowl of miso soup, a mouthwatering plate of green salad, a bowl of Japanese rice, a main course choice of either white fish (sauteed or grilled) or shrimp (tempura or grilled), and a sweet ending of pumpkin carrot jello bars. Yuppies and executives, who are usually in a hurry, would love this great proposition in value and taste.



White fish is given a modern-day grill twist at Kitsho’s yakimono options.


Kitsho Japanese Restaurant & Sake Bar is managed and operated by MCK Millennium Food, Inc. and is conveniently located at the ground level of Hotel Jen Manila, right across the sprawling CCP Complex along Roxas Boulevard’s sunset strip on the historic side of Manila Bay.

For reservations, simply get in touch with the restaurant’s trunk-line no. (02) 994-36-23 or Ms. Malou Manzano through telephone no. (02) 877-63-79 . You may also check out Kitsho’s social media pages KITSHO FB|| KITSHO instagram|| KITSHO twitter  for more details.

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