When one of my uncles came for a visit here in the Philippines, we decided to eat in this place since it was the most accessible at the time and the food samples/decorations that you can see from the outside will really attract customers.
Though I remember waiting for long before our food has been served, I really liked what we ate. I got myself a chicken sandwich and fries and they were really delicious, considering that it didn't even cost us more than 200 bucks for that. I didn't even get to finish all the sandwiches (they serve it in three, all filled with chicken chunks) because our table was near the air-conditioner, and I was freezing. I also got myself Mango Shake which was equally yummy.
One thing I didn't like about the restaurant, though, is that the place is so small. It's so hard to move, especially when one has a big group of friends with him.
But definitely, I'll go back to there!
Uhm for this place I would say it's fair enough. Not that good compare to other fine dining restaurant or etc. But basically they have a very affordable price of decent meals. Basically it's on the person how he would appreciate it. I love every food that was ordered by me friend though I was unsure of what it's called. Place is okay, price okay, service could do a little more and basically foods can be improve. overall is good :)
I was able to try this restaurant for 2 times... first I was with my special someone and then second was with a friend... the food was great... service was nice... cosy place... overall i just love the restaurant... not so expensive but they serve quality food
We ate at Tokyo Cafe because the pictures in their menu and crepe displays outside the restau are so mouth-watering. I must say, the food is so good just how good they showed it in pictures! We expected the dishes to be expensive but we were surprised to see the prices to be really affordable.
fusion restaurant... the menu includes dishes like hamburg steak, etc. which are also offered in sizzling pepper steak and pepper lunch. they also have a variety of pasta choices. i loved their mango chicken salad. so yummy! it had big chunks of chicken, mangoes, grapes and tomatoes. the caesar dressing was a bit peppery, though. their version of chicken cordon bleu is a bit disappointing. they serve it with marinara sauce instead of the usual cream sauce. however, the breading was so thick, i couldn't taste the chicken anymore. plus, the marinara sauce is bland. the seafood mix fry was just ok. again, the breading is so thick that in the middle of the meal, i wanted to puke. it's that feeling of fullness without much satisfaction. i liked the tartar sauce that goes with the seafood fry, though. not sure if i'd come back, though. maybe, to try their crepe creations. just maybe.
Tokyo Cafe is a restaurant which specializes in crepes. Outside the establishment, an array of crepes made of plastic are used for decoration. It's not really a restaurant which can boast about traditional Japanese food. There are quite a lot of dishes which are fusion such as the ebiko pasta, tapa, hamburg steak etc etc. I was quite confused when I first ate here because the choices do not mesh well with the name and theme of the restaurant. Anyway we ordered the Tomato Garlic Shrimp pasta (219php). It was very nice, The pasta was al dente and also the shrimp. We also ordered the Tokyo caesar salad(113php) which tasted like the normal caesar salad. We've also ordered the Hamburg steak (175php) which tasted exactly like Jollibee. We also tried the Tokyo boneless chicken i think (175php) which was chicken with rosemary. It was nice the chicken was well cooked and seasoned well. I didn't taste a dish that I didn't like. The service was bad. People don't easily come to your table and food doesn't arrive fast. The serving size of the rice is tiny and very expensive though I cannot remember the price. All in all it's not your typical Japanese restaurant, the crepes are good but not as good as crepes and creams, but the food is good for the price and I will definitely come back here, if only to try their other dishes.