Hubby and I went out on a date with my younger brother,
Jones, and his fiancee, Tippi, last Saturday.
My brother brought us to Gyumon restaurant in Mile Long, Makati (same row as Sango Burger).
It was pretty full...
... so we were lead upstairs to their "sister" restaurant, which serves almost the same food as Gyumon.
Jones' and Tippi's fave is the Gyu San Ten (3 kinds of beef), P850;
but the resto upstairs didn't have that in their menu.
So we ordered something similar, with it being priced a little big higher.
Isn't this cow adorable? :) There was one placed in every booth.
For starters, we were served a complimentary plate of shredded cabbage with sesame dressing. YUM!!!
The boys had softdrinks, while the girls had complimentary house iced tea ;)
Let the grilling begin!
The boys did the cooking...
The condiments ;) We love their staple sauce, mixed with minced garlic.
Tip: dip the cooked beef in the garlic sauce, and dip it after with sesame oil ;P
Our bill? A little over P1, 400. Not bad for imported beef and delicious Japanese rice ;)
FYI, "gyu" means beef, so the resto's specialty is beef—obviously!
How about you? Have you tried it?
Let me know what you think ;)