WHERE IN METRO MANILA: Milk tea and ramen at KIKU

After my review class, I asked my friends to have our dinner and try something new. That time, I was craving for a milk tea. Then, we found this new place in Espana Boulevard cor Galicia St. in Sampaloc, Manila.

Since they launch the restaurant last February 5, many students wanted to try their dishes. And I am one of them. Luckily, we were able to find a seat for all of us.

Displayed in their menu are the prices with yen sign. Michael asked if we have to convert it to peso. LOL! But don't get confused. The price is actually in peso.

Kiku is a Japanese-inspired restaurant offering a large variety of ramen, dumplings, milk tea and katsu.

Let's take a look at their menu.

Their bestsellers are their ramen - Kiku (P65), Prince (P75) and Emperor (P85).

Donburi (rice toppings) Menu includes Yasai Itame (P55), mixed vegetables; Tofu Itame (P65), vegetables with tofu; Niku Itame (P70), pork; Chicken Teriyaki (P75), Pork Teriyaki (P75). A Donburi set is served with soup.

Kiku offers a variety of fruit tea (P55-P70), milk tea (P60-P70) and Yakult mix (P65-P70).

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It also serves katsu (P70-P98), tempura (P70-P99), 6-piece maki (P35-P55), 6-piece dimsum and dumplings (P35-P45) and salad (P25-P45).

We were not satisfied with the taste of the Emperor and its rice toppings but we appreciate its large amount of servings.
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