Treat the man of the house to Nanbantei this father's day




NANBANTEI OF TOKYO LAUNCHES MOUTH WATERING YAKITORIS AND COCKTAILS





I've never had Yakitori elsewhere, but all the various meats I tried like gyu-tan, buta negi and others tastes heavenly good at Nanbantei of Tokyo. The yakitoris served were on sea salt based as I have tasted each and every dish on a stick. I assure you they never use monosodium glutamate. All of the skewered goodness were grilled to perfection and really tasty and bursts with flavor. I had an excellent experience with Nanbantei with all the dishes they have offered.  The japanese mojito cocktail which are garnished with “ooba” leaves,  Ichiko Sochu, fresh calamansi juice, green tea, syrup and soda water, compliments the taste of my Gyu-Tan. You should try their coffee jelly after a hearty meal, green tea or avocado ice cream, the best they offer for desserts. This father's day give your old man the best treat of yakitoris by bringing him to Nanbantei of Tokyo he will surely appreciate the gesture.





NANBANTEI OF TOKYO, the popular yakitori-ya, recently launched novel and uniquely-flavored yakitori dishes that go well with fresh,  new cocktails.



So, if you are tired of the same old vodka, beer or whiskey nights, it’s time to sip Nanbantei’s premium cocktails and savor them side by side with the luscious flavors of skewered fare you’d love to sink your teeth into.

SUCCULENT SALAD AND NEW BITES OFF A STICK

            In Japan, yakitori originally means “grilled chicken.”  But at Nanbantei of Tokyo, there are so much more to feast on than  just your favorite fowl.  Bites of flavorful yakitori dishes include beef, pork and chicken, seafood and vegetables—all combined with a variety of fresh ingredients, then served hot off the grill. Moreover, Nanbantei now offers fresh salads to tease (and please) your palate.

            Start your meal with the light and refreshing Shiitake Mushroom Salad.  Mushroom lovers will revel in this stand-out dish made of fresh lettuce, robust-flavored shitake mushrooms, fresh tomatoes, carrots and radish topped with onion leeks.  This simple, no-fuss salad is served with sesame dressing on the side to better enjoy its hearty flavor.

Shiitake Mushroom Salad


Once you’re ready for some stick sensations, savor  three new unique yakitori specials. Do you sometimes find yourself craving for meat and seafood? At Nanbantei of Tokyo, you can have both in one sitting.

Tempura

 The new Shrimp with Bacon yakitori includes two sticks of three plump and sweet shrimps wrapped in slivers of mouth-watering bacon strips. It’s a match made in  food heaven!


For the more adventurous foodies, the Gyu-Tan is spot on. The Japanese word for cow which is ‘gyu’ is combined with ‘tan’ to mean tongue becomes gyutan, or ox’s tongue, a specialty skewer in Japan. Sliced just right to the bite, this dish is garlic-infused and is perfectly grilled.

Gyu-Tan

Buta Negi, on the other hand, are  skewers of onion leeks wrapped with succulent pork slices. These hot bites are definitely worth a try.

Buta Negi


Tori karaage

KAMPAI

Nanbantei of Tokyo takes Japanese drinks seriously and adds a colorful spin to its signature spirits.
If your winding down routine means a bottle of beer, a glass of wine or a shot of that customary whiskey, it’s time to try something fun, innovative and truly Japanese. Nanbantei of Tokyo presents new cocktails which have premium ingredients and impressive presentations.



One is the Hibiscus Mojito, a refreshing drink that combines mojito mint, Bacardi White, hibiscus syrup, mint leaves, fresh lime juice, lime wedge garnish and topped with soda water. If you want something more gentle and delicate, sip into the new flavor of Malibu Midori, a merry mix of Midori Melon Liqueur, Malibu Rum, Bacardi White, sweet and sour mix and pineapple juice.  If you like the fruity blend of citrus and the flavor of rum, this tropical drink is a great way to sweeten any day.


Nanbantei puts a twist on the Cuban classic favorite and uses Ichiko Sochu, fresh calamansi juice, simple syrup and soda water to create a delightful concoction called the Japanese Mojito. The use ooba leaves instead of mint makes it a delightful and delicious deviation from the typical mojito.
Herbs like basil, on the other hand, make for a spanking new spin to the Gin Basil. Nanbantei of Tokyo combine Tanqueray Gin, sweet and sour mix, fresh basil, simple syrup and Sprite to come up with this fizzy drink.

And finally, the elegant, subtle flavor of the Fresh Rita.  Margarita enthusiasts will love this perfect blend of Cuervo 1800, Agave syrup, fresh lime juice and sweet and sour mix, topped with a lemon wedge garnish.

Nanbantei of Tokyo’s unique new dishes and four new cocktails are a testimony to Japan’s ingenious spirit by taking classic creations and infusing them with distinctive Asian tweaks you can taste with  each bite …with each sip.

They also serve the best desserts in town, like coffee jelly with vanilla ice cream, avocado ice cream and green tea ice cream.

Coffe jelly vanilla ice cream, Avocado and Green tea ice cream,



P888 GOOD FOR 3
Here’s another great news! Dining with friends becomes more enjoyable with Nanbantei of Tokyo’s  special offer featuring  dishes Good For Three for only P888!


Choose from three sets:    Samurai Set A has three orders each of Tebasaki, Poteto Maki, Negima, Aspara Maki, Pork Yakiniku and  Ebi Tempura.
  Set B includes three orders each of  Leba Maki, Beef Garlic Yaki,  Pork Garlic Yaki, Beef Yakiniku, Shake Kushi Yaki and Kani Salad while Set C is comprised of  three orders each of  Bonjiri, Tebasaki, Sakana Maki, Tsukune, Shiso Maki and Tori Karaage.


All sets include three orders each of Miso Soup and Gohan.  These are all great deals that are generous in serving and definitely satisfying!

Enjoy unique new flavors and five (5) fresh cocktails at Nanbantei of Tokyo in Greenbelt 3, 3/F Ayala Center, Makati City  (Tel.No. 757.4131) and at the Bonifacio High Street Central, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City (Tel No. 621.3224)  Like them on FB Nanbantei of Tokyo Philippines, follow them on Instagram.

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