Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Yujiin, San Juan

Rainy days make for best times to eat! Don't you just love the rain at the backdrop while you share good food and conversation? I most definitely do =)

Looking for a place to eat sans having to fuss over traffic and parking, we decide to go to Yujiin Japanese Restaurant, along Wilson Street, San Juan. We were a bit unsure of whether do dine here or at Omakase. Both of us last visited this place, quite a long time ago, so we don't know what to expect.

The place was still ok. It had a simple and home feel.

Complimentary sweet-spicy dilis....

Miso Soup Php
Nice to warm our tummies on a rainy day.

Agedashi Tofu Php 120.00

Sashimi Moriawase Php 360.00
Fresh squid, shake, ebi, maguro and kani sashimi.

Seafood Teppanyaki Php 300.00
Shrimps, tuna, salmon and squid in steak sauce.

Over all, our food was yummy and fresh. Nothing notable, but quite enjoyable =)

Yujiin
#221 Wilson St.,
Greenhills, San Juan

Tel # (632) 727-5291/386-2028

8 comments:

e lin said...

Hello Jen,

The food looks delicious! I was hoping to use your picture of the moringa (malungay) rice for a project, would that be okay? Thanks :)

Midge said...

I love agedashi tofu! It's such a comforting treat and it's perfect with a hot bowl of steamed rice on a cold day.

Jen Tan said...

hello e lin..sure you may use my malunggay rice pic =) for what project may I ask?

Jen Tan said...

midge..I couldn't agree with you more. I could just have some agedashi tofu+hot steamed rice ---and am good! =) I love tofu and soy products in general! hahaha

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