Kaizen Davao: Japanese street dining

Kaizen Davao: Japanese street dining

- in Food, News
@Ferina Santos
The queue outside Kaizen on a Saturday night. Photo by Kenny Macrohon

I’ve been so intrigued about why people actually line up and wait to be seated in Kaizen. It took me quite a while to finally get my tastebuds christened with their food. Having recently opened last February 2017, I think I wasn’t not too late in giving their food a try.

I made sure I wasn’t dying of hunger when I went there last Saturday with a couple of friends. We arrived at about 7:00p.m. and there was already a queue outside. Immediately, a friendly staff member greeted us and asked for our names so she could add us to the list.

A few minutes later we were asked for our orders and then offered hot tea. Their staff were really friendly and looked like they were truly happy to be there. This made our dining experience really better because bad service certainly trumps good food.

The food didn’t take that long to be served. We were still able to chat for a few minutes when they served our first order, Vegetable Tempura which costs P159.

Then we had the Curry Katsu Rice (Pork) for P159, Kaizen Roll for P189, and Mt. Apo Japanese Roll for P379 (if my memory serves me well).

Check out the photos below and see if you can resist taking a trip down there to try!

Kaizen Roll




Mt. Apo Roll


The Kaizen Roll, Mt. Apo Roll, Pork Curry, and Sushi


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