Mr. Kurosawa in Eastwood Mall
Budget : ~Php300-500
Duration : ~1-2 hours
Bummers : none
Nomnom Rating : 4/5
After typhoon Falcon went out of the Philippine Area of Responsibility, we were able to go out of the house and have a great dinner time at Mr. Kurosawa. Mr. Kurosawa is a Euro-Japanese restaurant located at the G/F of Eastwood Mall. I believe this is co-owned by Mr. Marvin Agustin.
Mr. Kurosawa has a very relaxing ambiance. It is perfect place to chill with friends like when just the storm has just subsided.
It is decorated with Japanese inspired images from the ceiling to the walls with hints of European design.
Here are my partners in crime conquering the menu of Mr. Kurosawa.
We had a feast at Mr. Kurosawa. For starters, we had Chicken Shuriken (Php308). It is a salad of greens topped with grilled chicken teriyaki strips and breaded prawns.
Then, we had pizza – the Four Cheese Yamamoto (Php289). This thin crust pizza had a pesto base with four cheese namely mozzarella, che-vital, provolone, and parmesan. Bits of jalapeno pepper were added to give that spicy kick. It is garnished with nori strips.
For the main course, we had Beef Yakiniku (Php248), Chicken Teriyaki (Php268), and Unagidon (Php328). Beef Yakiniku is a rice bowl topped with soft pieces of beef with onion and bell pepper. Chicken Teriyaki came with a side of salad and wasabi sauce. Unagidon is also a rice bowl topped with soy-glazed strips of eel and scrambled egg.
For dessert, we had the Best of Both Worlds (Php368). It is a large bowl of different flavors of ice cream – coffee, chocolate, vanilla, strawberry, and mango. It had chocolate bars, candies, and bananas as toppings.
We also bumped these two lovebirds at Mr. Kurosawa.
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