Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Karate Kid kicks in another branch in Cubao

KARATE KID, a very popular Japanese-American which is now winning the hearts of many Filipino food-cravers just added another branch in Farmers, Cubao. Karate-Kid is a quick service restaurant that fuses authentic Japanese cuisine with some All-American dishes in a fast-food style that is quick and easy.

Last July 4, 2012, members of the media and guests were gathered to grace the grand opening of its latest branch in Farmers, Cubao. Farmers plaza, a notable landmark in the heart of Cubao area is the main access route for commuters coming from stations going to Marikina and to the rest of Metro Manila.

The combination of two food-cultures east and west appeals to the constant food preference of the everyday consumers. Karate Kid’s EVP Raymond Yap shares to the media how the restaurant able to cater to dinners discerning taste by offering good quality meals that are freshly-cooked and very affordable to the everyday Filipino commuters. Since pinoys are rice eaters, it also offers rice-all-you-can and bottomless Kido Punch Tea, which is Karate Kid’s signature drink.

Now, Japanese dinners can get authentic Japanese food a lot faster on the table without too much waiting. They offer the usual Japanese fave like, katsudon, ramen, California Maki, Tuna sashimi, Tepanyaki in chicken, beef and seafood variants, takoyaki, gyoza and ebi tempura. You can get them all fresh and hot.

For those who are quite familiar with the dishes of Karate Kid, you can always enjoy their culinary creations the mixes Japanese exotic ingredients and some American elements. The Japanese pasta is of course an all-time favorite; with its oriental makeover of meat sauce spaghetti in combination with mouthwatering Japanese beef patty. The creamy white sauce on the other hand is also underwent a innovative transformation by putting Japanese cream chicken pasta.

For the budget wise dinners, the 99er meals are also Karate Kid’s blockbuster dishes. This also comes with refillable rice. A meal that is truly value-for-money treat. 

After visiting Karate Kid Farmers Plaza, you can also visit their other branches in 22 malls all over the Philippines. And Also, please do watch the opening of another two new branches in Chinatown Plaza in Binondo and one in Bulacan State University. 

Note: First photo courtesy of Juan Manila Express

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