Tokyo Tokyo is one of the Philippines’ most popular Japanese-style restaurants. They’ve got ramen, sushi, bento boxes, wagyu burgers, and plenty more tasty options.
Here is the latest Tokyo Tokyo menu with prices in the Philippines:
|Chicken Pepper Donburi||₱100.00|
|Beef Pepper Donburi||₱155.00|
|Chicken Oyakodon Donburin||₱100.00|
|Pork Katsudon Donburi||₱100.00|
|Beef Yakiniku Wagyu Rice||₱180.00|
|Chicken Teriyaki Wagyu Rice||₱180.00|
|Tempura Wagyu Rice||₱180.00|
|Mt. Katsu Bento||₱200.00|
|Beef Yakiniku Bento||₱180.00|
|Beef Misono Bento||₱180.00|
|Best Chicken Teriyaki Bento||₱180.00|
|Chicken Karaage Bento||₱175.00|
|3pc Prawn Tempura Bento||₱180.00|
|Big Chicken Katsu Original Bento||₱180.00|
|Big Chicken Katsu Teriyaki Bento||₱190.00|
|Honey Chicken Teriyaki Bento||₱135.00|
|Pork Tonkatsu Bento||₱175.00|
|Prawn and Veggie Tempura Bento||₱170.00|
|Prawn and Kani Tempura Bento||₱190.00|
|Wagyu Cubes Bento||₱195.00|
|Chicken-Nomiyaki Sumo Meal||₱395.00|
|Mt. Katsu Sumo Meal||₱390.00|
|Big Chicken Katsu Sumo Meal||₱385.00|
|Pork Tonkatsu & Beef Misono Sumo Meal||₱330.00|
|Prawn Tempura & Chicken Karaage Sumo Meal||₱330.00|
|Chicken-nomiyaki, 4pc. Classic Prawn Tempura, Beef Misono Platter, Yakisoba for Sharing, 4 rice and 4 cups Signature Red Iced Tea||₱770.00|
|Beef Pepper Ramen||₱210.00|
|Sriracha Beef Ramen||₱210.00|
|Braised Pork Ramen||₱180.00|
|Spicy Chicken Ramen||₱180.00|
|Spicy Sisig Ramen||₱210.00|
|Karaage To-Go Cup||₱145.00|
|Gyoza To-Go Cup||₱135.00|
|Tempura To-Go Cup||₱155.00|
|Rising Sun Wagyu Burger||₱185.00|
|Double Wagyu Cheeseburger||₱245.00|
|Chicken Teriyaki Burger||₱180.00|
|Samurai Karaage Makirrito||₱110.00|
|California Tempura Makirrito||₱110.00|
|California Maki 4pcs||₱70.00|
|California Maki 8pcs||₱110.00|
|Corn and Kani Salad||₱75.00|
|Kani Mango Salad||₱75.00|
|Nori Wasabi Fries||₱45.00|
Desserts & Drinks
|Strawberries & Cream||₱65.00|
|Halo-Halo Snow Ice||₱100.00|
|Triple Chocolate Snow Ice||₱100.00|
|Mango Butterscotch Snow Ice||₱100.00|
Food On Tokyo Tokyo Menu
Tokyo Tokyo is the pioneering Japanese fast food chain in the Philippines, serving up some of the Land of the Rising Sun’s most popular dishes in casual and relaxed restaurant environments. From light bites to full meals, there’s something for appetites of all sizes.
If you’re craving a Japanese snack, you can take your pick from the Tokyo Tokyo menu. You’ll find Wagyu burgers, makirritos—or sushi burritos—and to-go cup combinations, which feature bite-size servings of either Fried Chicken Karaage, Fried Gyoza, or Prawn and Kani Tempura, plus onion rings or nori wasabi fries, and Tokyo Tokyo’s signature Red Iced Tea.
Rice meals, also called Donburi, are some of Tokyo Tokyo’s best sellers. These are bowls of steamed white rice or flavorful Japanese fried rice with a variety of delicious toppings ranging from prawn tempura, to chicken pepper, to pork katsudon. Or you might try a traditional Bento meal, where generous servings of rice, vegetable misono, and fish, meat or poultry are presented in iconic Bento boxes.
Sumo meals are big enough to share between two people, or just one person with a huge appetite. These are similar to Bento meals, but much larger. They come with your choice of two of Tokyo Tokyo’s signature dishes such as Chicken Teriyaki or Beef Yakiniku, two servings of Japanese rice, and two servings of Red Iced Tea.
The Imperial Feast on the Tokyo Tokyo menu is good for up to four diners. This option includes a tempura platter, a beef misono platter, yakisoba noodles, chicken katsu topped with a large okonomiyaki pancake, rice, and Red Iced Tea.
Add side dishes such as California maki, steamed gyoza, and miso soup, and end the meal on a sweet note with desserts like almond jelly, mango pannacotta, and halo-halo snow ice.
New Items At Tokyo Tokyo
Elements of Japanese and Filipino cuisine come together in Tokyo Tokyo’s Spicy Sisig Ramen. This is pulled pork sisig, crunchy chicharon, nitamago egg, ramen noodles, and fresh vegetables in a bowl of rich, hot tonkotsu broth.
The Unagi-Style Bangus is another example of Japanese-Filipino fusion food on the Tokyo Tokyo menu. Boneless milkfish or bangus is grilled to perfection, topped with crunchy minced garlic and leek slices, glazed with smoky unagi sauce, and served with vegetable misono and all the rice you can eat.
The Wagyu rice series is a welcome addition to Tokyo Tokyo’s line of Donburi bowls. Japanese fried rice is made more mouth-watering with bits of premium Wagyu beef, making it the perfect base for the restaurant’s signature toppings.
Another noteworthy addition to the menu at Tokyo Tokyo is the Wagyu Cubes Bento meal, three sticks of moist and tender beef Wagyu steak cubes, plus vegetables and unlimited servings of rice.
Tokyo Tokyo Popular Ramen
The Braised Pork Ramen is Tokyo Tokyo’s most traditional ramen dish and among its most popular.
The Spicy Chicken Ramen, Beef Pepper Ramen, Sriracha Beef Ramen, and Seafood Ramen are also big hits. All come in big bowls filled with hearty tonkotsu broth, authentic ramen noodles, a medley of fresh vegetables such as shredded cabbage and leeks, along with nitamago egg and a sheet of nori.
Do Other Filipinos Like The Tokyo Tokyo Menu?
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Looking for something light but full of flavour? Say hello to the new Salmon & Cheese Maki, Tokyo Tokyo’s newest sushi roll and your next favourite healthy snack! The Salmon & Cheese Maki is filled with a creamy and delectable Salmon salad with Sriracha sauce and Japanese mayo, complemented with fresh lettuce and slices of cream cheese, all rolled in sushi rice and nori wrapper and coated with crunchy tempura crumbs. Choose to go light without sacrificing flavour with the new Salmon & Cheese Maki! See you at the Tokyo Tokyo branch nearest you! ©️ #lightroom #lightroompresets #maki #tokyotokyo
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About Tokyo Tokyo Philippines
Tokyo Tokyo opened its first Philippine restaurant in what was once the Quad Car Park—today’s Glorietta shopping center—in Makati City in April 1985.
From the start, the flavorful Japanese dishes and unlimited rice available on the Tokyo Tokyo menu drew crowds seeking delicious yet budget-friendly meals. Tokyo Tokyo opened its doors to franchising, and with 65 stores throughout the Philippines, it ranks as the country’s largest network of Japanese restaurants.
Just recently, they revamped one of their biggest restaurants to provide a fresh look and feel to diners enjoying their food.
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