With 250 branches all over the world, you know that Yayoi Japanese Teishoku Restaurant isn’t just your average, garden-variety Japanese restaurant. It specializes in teishoku — well-balanced meals that consist of steamed rice, miso soup, a main dish of your choice, vegetables and pickles — which is a popular everyday cuisine served in most restaurants in Japan.
Yayoi’s Manila branch gives a totally different experience to Filipino foodies because of its electronic self-service ordering system. At every seat, there’s a tablet waiting for you to view each of the restaurant’s authentic Japanese dishes and place your orders.
Yayoi welcomes all kinds of diners — couples, groups, and individuals — who seek the finest local flavors at affordable prices. If you’ve been putting off that gastronomic trip to Japan for a while now, it’s here where you can satisfy the gaping hole in your life.