#FoodieFreak : Date Night at Jozu Kin

After a couple of weeks of seven to eight/nine workdays, the wifey and I were pretty stressed out… and what better way to unwind than to share a meal together. We missed our TGIF Breakfast* since we woke up a little later than usual so we decided to have dinner out instead.

Luckily for us, we were able to avoid the Friday rush during Xmas season. Thanks to the variety of restaurants to pick near our offices. Tonight, we decided to try out this Japanese place, Jozu Kin.

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Here’s what we ordered:

Gomoku Ramen
Gomoku Ramen

They did not have a lot of choices for ramen so I went ahead and ordered this one. Nothing fancy about it but I still enjoyed it. Then again, the rainy weather probably added to the experience.

Ushi Ebi Tempura
Ushi Ebi Tempura
Ushi Ebi Tempura
Ushi Ebi Tempura - Close Up

I really enjoyed this one. The prawns were huge and the breading was really good, not the flaky type I sometimes get. We also enjoyed the presentation. The fan-looking thing seen on the top picture was actually edible 🙂

 

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Total Damage : Php 660.00

The Bill
Gomoku Ramen : Php 310.00
Ushi Ebi Tempura : Php 350.00
Total : Php 660.00

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Jozu Kin is located at Unit ES Lot 2 Forbestown Center, Burgos Circle. Call them at (632) 403.18.75.

 

*This was taken Dec 2, 2011.

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