September 28, 2015 | The City Roamer

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Choi Garden Megamall for Yummy Cantonese Dishes

Choi Garden Megamall

Visit Choi Garden Megamall for yummy Cantonese dishes. That’s exactly what I did, not just once, but twice. And we’re planning to go back for more. If you’re familiar with Choi Garden Greenhills, this is the same restaurant that has made a huge following from both the Chinese and Filipino diners. I have to admit that I haven’t been frequenting the Greenhills, San Juan area, and so, I was missing out a lot. It’s a good thing I was introduced to this restaurant early this month. SM Megamall is not just a shopping, but a dining destination because of the numerous restaurants in the mall. But if you’re looking for authentic Cantonese dishes, Choi Garden is it. Even my family gave a nod of approval, not just for the food, but also the ambiance and the price. On my first visit, I was offered their “Make Your Own Shabu Shabu” ...

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Rosanjin Japanese Restaurant is a Breath of Fresh Air

Rosanjin Restaurant SM Megamall

Rosanjin Japanese Restaurant is a breath of fresh air. You might find that a strong declaration, but honestly, it is. I had the chance to attend the food tasting hosted by the restaurant early this month expecting nothing much. I’ve been to different restaurants offering Japanese cuisine, but they all serve the same thing – sushi, tempura, ramen, California Maki, etc. Rosanjin offers the same dishes on their menu, but that’s not all. The manner of serving the dishes that I have never seen before makes it all worthwhile. Established in 2014, Rosanjin Japanese Restaurant specializes in “Tobanyaki” – a modern style teppanyaki, and “Kaminabe,” traditional Japanese hot pot cooked using Japanese paper. This is a reflection of tradition and innovation, apt for a modern Japanese restaurant. It also gives customers a new dining experience. “Tobanyaki” is a traditional art of cooking in Japan. It uses earthenware called “Toban” made ...

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