After a long day of exploring the nearby cities at the south, we found ourselves running through the rain in a cold evening towards a Japanese restaurant in Tagaytay City to satisfy our cravings. Aozora Japanese Cafe + Bistro got us more than satisfied. To go in details, here’s an honest review of Aozora Japanese Restaurant.
|The Dragon Maki. Will truly never get enough of it! Love it in all sides!
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I personally love the Spicy Curry Ramen. Who would’ve thought how perfect would the spicy taste of the curry be when matched with the ramen? It has chunks of tender beef in it. The soup itself and the spicy curry taste made the night warm for us.
There’s actually more to try in the menu but these got us so full. They got Appetizers with the Tofu Steak as what the Chef highly recommends, Salad, Sahimi, Sushi, Maki, Grilled and Fried stuff, Rice meals, Ramen, Yakitori, Donburi, Sake, Tea, Shakes and Deserts. These are prepared by their very own Japanese Chef who prepare authentic and organic Japanese food to the customers.
Branches and Contact Details
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209 SVD Road cor. Tagaytay Main Road, Tolentino West, Tagaytay
This is located across Country Suites, in front of Eco Containers Hotel
Contact number: +63 936 980 9656
Purok 157, Tagaytay-Calamba Main Road, Sungay East, Tagaytay City
This is situated in front of Southride Village
Contact number: +63 977 683 7353
The Country Club at Tagaytay Highlands
Contact number: +63 975 048 5157
The first two locations are accessible via tricycle from Olivarez plaza. Hail for a yellow tricycle (bokyo) from the plaza and just tell the driver to drop drop you off Aozora mentioning the landmarks. Fare is more or less Php 25.00 per ride. These are all open from 9:00 AM to 10:00 PM.
My first visit will definitely not be the last! I would want to try more of it as I loved the ones I have already tried. How about you, would you give this a try to shall you visit Tagaytay City?