August 4, 2011

Matsuri Japanese Buffet at Tomas Morato

Matsuri is a Japanese Buffet restaurant along Tomas Morato. They offer ala carte buffet so you don't have to stand up and fall in line. Just wave your hand and order all you want. Matsuri (чен) is the Japanese word for a festival or holiday. Suitable name for a Japanese buffet restaurant. They have the slogan "Order all you can, Eat all you can. "
Matsuri Japanese Buffet Restaurant
Matsuri is the new restaurant that replaced Jozu Japanese Grill & Sushi Bar. Same building but different restaurant. The interior and exterior didn't change much.
Interior of Matsuri
The food tasted good but they really have few choices on their buffet menu. Ala Carte buffets are very convenient which I prefer over the regular buffets. I suggest ordering lots of beef and tempura to exceed the Php595 you paid. Overall I loved the food, specially the beef cuts and the Philadelphia Roll. Only had a problem with their Chicken Teriyaki which tasted burnt. Here are some of the food on the buffet:
Bacon with Asparagus
Tasty Beef Cuts
Chicken Teriyaki
Noodle Soup
Tempura
Tofu
Not sure if this is the Crazy Maki
Philadelphia Roll

Matsuri Japanese Buffet Price per Person:
Matsuri Menu
Monday to Friday (Lunch) Php495
Monday to Friday (Dinner) Php595
Saturday to Sunday (Lunch and Dinner) Php595


How to get to Matsuri Japanese Restaurant:
Formerly Jozu Japanese restaurant. Located at 233 Tomas Morato cor. E. Lopez Jr., Near ABS-CBN Compound, Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines

Matsuri Japanese Restaurant Contact Information:
(632) 376-6351

What time does Matsuri Open:
Open daily from 11:00 am - 2:00 pm and 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

May oysters ba sila?

Keith said...

Didn't notice.. Baka wala..:)

Anonymous said...

No oysters.