Tempura Japanese Grill


Hanging out with friends is good stuff! Looking for a place to eat when hanging out with friends is a bit tricky… After the usual chit-chat and a small debate, It is now time to eat. After choosing from several options and being bombarded with sales talks from Crustasia and Brazil! Brazil! People… We have decided to eat Japanese! :p

Ayoko ng Sales Talk!!!

I have been to Tempura Japanese Grill in Alabang Town Center several times but this is the first time I will be blogging about it. The place serve delicious and yet reasonably priced Japanese food, both rice meals and Grilled foods are great! :p I am not a fan of raw Japanese stuff… and sushi… and maki… just the fried stuff :p

Tempura Japanese Grill in ATC is located along the cinema lane, right beside northpark.

Tempura at ATC

Temoura Japanese Grill

One of the main feature of this restaurant is the Table Grill (No extra charge). They serve you the marinated meats and you will be the one to grill the meats. It is a fun experience and a nice way to bond and enjoy the company of your family and friends. Normally you should use chopsticks when grillin’ however since were not that talented… we use thongs instead :p Pathetic! :p

Table Grill

Inside the Grill

Gas Powered..

LPG tsk, tsk!

Cooking Time!

Chicken! :p

DOnE!

The place does not feel like “Japanese” that much. It is more like a fancy fast food store or a Shabu-Shabu house. The tables were nice and clean, the waiters were attentive and very friendly, the noise level is tolerable, but the service could be faster. the food took a while before being served. But hey, if you are with friends, not starving, and not paying attention, you would hardly notice the service is a bit slow :p

Nagpapanggap na Marunong :p

Posing! :p

Pare Nakabalot pa ang Props Mo! Bwahahaha! :p

Pili Na! Bilis! :p

Caution :p

Plain and Simple

Busy-Busihan

Bar/Counter 

Hot Stuff!

The food here is Superb! Not actually comparable to gourmet or authentic Japanese restaurants but at least at par or better than the usual like Teriyaki Boy or Rai Rai Ken or Saisaki, and not to mention, cheaper! No Hidden charges, what you see on the menu is what you pay!

 

Tori Yakiniku P195

Tori Teri Don P175

Barbqued chicken served on top of rice with Japanese sauce :p

Mmmm...

Banana-Nut Shake P65 and Iced Tea P55

Banana-Nut shake? Yes!! It is for real, fresh bananas and fresh nuts! Crunchy nuts! You get the Idea… :p Taste ok but I’m not into it :p

Mango Shake P65

All time Favorite Ripe Mango Shake…

Oyakudon P140

Oyakudon! My all time favorite Japanese Rice Bowl Meal. Although on second thought, there was this small Japanese Restaurant in La Salle Dasma called Jatayna’s Japanese Food. They serve this dish called Torikuwayaki. It was chicken balls, fried and served with spicy secret sauce… It was so good! I could eat it everyday! AS IN! But apparently, I can’t seem to find a similar dish in other Japanese restaurants… It must be a unique dish that they created. I really Miss that Dish!!! I went back last year but to my luck, they ran out of chicken balls! :p Oh so Sad…! :p Will have to try again soon! :p

Soo Good! :p

Tofu Teppanyaki P120

I don’t eat Tofu… but according to Paow.. this one was good as well.

Gyudon P195

Another Great rice Meal! Hefty serving!

Sarap! :p

Chahan Rice P45 

Chahan Rice = Fried Rice… I think :p But this one is much flavorful.

hot off the Grill!

 

All of these… for Just.. :p

So Sulit!

 

Tempura’s Menu…

Tempura Menu Front  Tempura Menu Back 

 

Thanks for Reading! Watch out For More! :p

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By: Dennis Christian Angulo

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7 comments:

  1. ravimirabeljr at gmail dot com2:58 PM, March 23, 2009

    reunion?
    XD

    great to "see" you guys.
    Happy Tripping!

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  2. Di naman... Kain lang.. Di kasi dumating yung iba :p

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  3. oishiii~~~ looks really delicious by just looking at those pictures. thanks for sharing those mouth-watering pictures haha.

    naghahanap kasi ako ng resto na pwedeng mag grill ng food dun sa table just like sa mga napanood kong japanese and korean dramas, gusto ko maexperience kasi haha.

    plano ko rin kasi itreat ung family ko this december. I'm thinking if sa Healthy Shabu-shabu ko ba sila itreat... or sa tempura japanese grill. mukhang masarap din kasi dito wahhh!!

    do they allow take-outs lols kung di maubos ung mga food? hmm... tsaka ung yakiniku category, pang maramihan na un right? like for 4 persons?
    weee~ i can't wait!! thanks kuya dencio!

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  4. Oishi Sheryl! thanks for Dropping By! :) Pede naman take out, pero yung yakiniku, medyo di ata kasya sa 4 people yun, max na siguro 2 :)

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  5. @Kuya Dencio okay kuya, thanks for reminding me hehe. naku, malaking tulong talaga ung menu na binigay mo...iniscan mo pa ata? LOL

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  6. Wow, your post about tempura starve me and tempted me to visit their store. I agree, the food here is really great, staff are friendly and whoa the price is AFFORDABLE..

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  7. Hi Dennis, Daryll here. We've met in Bloggers event by Azrael C. on Thunderbird Resorts, hope you remember.
    I believe they have now the service charge, I just recently been in Tempura Trinoma, food was okey while the service needs improvement.
    http://foodamn.blogspot.com/2011/07/tempura-japanese-grill-trinoma.html

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