Tenya Lokal: Tenya Philippines’ Farm-to-Table Menu

My first taste of tempura at Tenya was on 2015 when they opened their first branch in SM Megamall. After that, Tenya has been our default resto whenever we crave for Japanese food especially their tempura. I really like Tenya’s simple menu yet so Oishi or delicious, the secret is that they use the freshest ingredients from Japan.

Fast forward to today and Tenya, Japan’s number one Tempura Tendon chain, seeks out new ways to partner with local food producers in their restaurants in the Philippines, with the launch of their farm-to-table initiative, dubbed Tenya Lokal.

Tenya Lokal Menu

Through this initiative, Tenya wishes to provide an immediate solution to the nation’s farmers and fisherfolk, who have experienced a sharp reduction in the sales of their products as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.

With the launch of Tenya Lokal, the tempura tendon restaurant has provided a ready revenue stream for the nation’s farmers and fisherfolk, eliminating the middlemen and ensuring that only the highest quality produce arrives on diners’ plates.

I got to sample Tenya’s farm-to-table menu last July 16. I’m happy to report that because the ingredients are sourced locally, prices are also reasonable. You will still taste world-class dishes prepared by Japanese chefs using the best of Filipino ingredients.

Tenya Lokal Menu

Locally raised chicken was used in Tenya’s Chicken Karaage, for the Ebi Ten Don, the vegetables used were locally sourced.

Tenya Lokal Menu

As Tenya gives back to the communities of farmers and fisherfolks, let us also support Tenya by giving them a visit and try out their newest menu offerings.

Visit their stores at SM Megamall, Market! Market!, SM Southmall, ASEANA City, Festival Mall, Paseo de Magallanes, Tiendesitas, Ayala Malls Circuit, and Timog Avenue. Tenya is also on Grabfood, Foodpanda and Pickaroo, you can also order through their FB messenger and website at www.tenya.com.ph.

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