Tokyo Tokyo is one of the restaurants that is close to my heart because this is where we eat during special occasions back when Jeff and I were still in college. Special occasion means monthsary hihi… I remember the Sumo Meal at that time costs Php 199 only. Today, Tokyo Tokyo is the Philippines’ leading Japanese restaurant chain and it continues to innovate with their delicious Japanese food.
I got invited to an autumn affair last week together with my kumares to launch their newest offerings in time for the holidays.
Tokyo Tokyo’s Sumo2Share meal includes generous servings of two dishes of your choice, unlimited rice and two glasses of drinks.
You can combine any 2 of the following Japanese favorites: Beef Misono, Pork Tonkatsu, Prawn and Vegetable Tempura, Honey Chicken Teriyaki, and Chicken Karaage.
New Snow Ice Flavors
Snow Ice is a unique item only available at Tokyo Tokyo. It is inspired by the Kakigori, a classic Japanese festival offering of shaved ice mixed with various flavored syrups. This is the first time to try the Snow Ice, I never tasted any dessert like this from other places. So I was really surprised how refreshing and delicious Tokyo Tokyo’s Snow Ice. It’s like I’ve been missing a lot in the dessert department all these years.
Original snow ice flavors are Halo Halo, Mango Peach Medley, and Choco Sensation. That afternoon, they introduced two new flavors, Mud Pie and Mango Float.
Mango Float has fresh mango bits and crushed graham on a bed of creamy vanilla shaved ice, topped with condensed milk, chocolate syrup and a cherry.
The Mud Pie is my favorite! I think I can eat this huge bowl all by myself. Creamy vanilla shaved ice with condensed milk and chocolate syrup, crushed oreos and marshmallows are the star of this dessert.
Avoid the stress that the holiday brings. Make your Christmas parties convenient and worry-free by bringing these party trays from Tokyo Tokyo. Each party trays are good for 8 to 10 persons.
If you prefer individual meals, Tokyo Tokyo has Bento Go meals. They also offer catering services, just book through their website, www.tokyotokyo.ph.
If you’re curious to whom I shared my #Sumo2Share meal, it’s with none other than Daniel Matsunaga…