In partnership with one of USA’s top Korean fried chicken brand known as Mad for Chicken, Clucky’s has recently opened its doors in one of the towers of Rockwell Business Center. With it’s orange theme, Clucky’s offers a distinct ambiance that sets it apart from your usual chicken joint. It takes pride in serving chicken coated with and made for tastier by the Mad for Chicken sauce, which uses authentic Korean ingredients in concocting such.
It was a fortunate opportunity to get invited to try the popular dishes of Clucky’s. With a few of my fellow foodies, Clucky’s introduced us to a restaurant that specialize on Korean fried chicken and also other Korean dishes such as kimchi rice and bulgogi rice.
It was an intimate bloggers’ dinner, and what better way to whet our appetites but to serve as with light and hearty salads. We started out trying the House Salad (PhP 119) and Spicy Crabmeat Salad (PhP 159).
The house salad is a party of grapes and ripe mangoes that lie on top of a bed of sliced and diced lettuce. It is drizzled with vinaigrette-like dressing. The spicy crabmeat salad has perfectly seasoned and well-plated crabmeat on a bed of lettuce.
Spicy Crabmeat Salad
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It’s really sweeter the second time around. Yabu: The House of Katsu opens its second restaurant at the newly opened super chic mall known as Robinson’s Magnolia. It was a great opportunity to get first bite at their katsus in their second home, and be part of the media launch/pre-opening party filled with overflowing katsu and sake.
Yabu Opens at Rob Magnolia
Along with the management of Yabu, celebrities, and bloggers, we all raised our sake glasses and wished Yabu to fill more tummies with crunchy and tasty katsu on this side of the city.
Yabu Co-owner Mr. Nakamura and Chef Kazuya Takeda Raises Sake Glasses to Yabu
Yabu is overflowing with sake. And Yabu is fun inside and out. Not only because of the food but also because of the awesome guys who prepare them. Can you spot the photobombers?
The Sake Bar at Yabu – Spot the Photobombers
The pre-opening party was really exclusive and it really feels awesome to be part of the guest list. Once seated, menu was given and since the Grand Opening was the day after, a specific menu was laid out for the pre-opening party.
Yabu’s Menu During the Pre-Opening Party
I am no stranger to Yabu so seeing this on my table made me smile. Yeah, I am really here at the pre-opening party. Yup, this is true. And here in front of me are the sauces and dressings I can use to make my katsu meal more interesting.
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