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10 Kid-friendly Restaurants for your 2013 GraduateMark your child's milestone with a hearty meal, and you might just discover a new favorite! Check out our list for suggestions.
It’s graduation season once again, and you want to give your little one a treat he / she deserves. If you’re looking for a new place to dine, check out these epicurean havens whose yummy kiddie menus will whet not just your child’s appetite, but yours, as well.
1. YabuADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
Join the katsu craze and let your kids appreciate it, too! A home-grown restaurant that serves authentic Japanese fare, Yabu offers signature dishes prepared meticulously -- from the use of Koshihikari, the finest Japanese rice, to the exact time the pork should be removed from the bubbling oil for that crispy but tender katsu perfection.
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• Kids Katsu Set Meals
The set consists of a portion of katsu (choice of pork, chicken or fish) served with potato croquette, edamame, Japanese rice cabbage and a bowl of fruit.
• Menchi Katsu Set
A delicious mix of minced premium beef and pork covered in crunchy panko filled with oozing creamy cheese.
• Original Rosu Katsudon
This is authentic katsudon made the Yabu way -- delicious cutlets dipped in egg and dredged in fresh panko, served over a bowl of steamed Japanese rice and covered with special Yabu sauce and beaten eggs.
Average price per person: Php 300-600
Yabu has branches at SM Megamall, Robinsons Magnolia, and SM Mall of Asia. Photos courtesy of Yabu House of KatsuADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW1 of 5 NEXT
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