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Chef Hiro whips up scrumptious delicacies that dads love to feast on!

Father’s Day is a celebration honoring fathers as well as celebrating fatherhood, paternal bonds, and the influence of fathers in society; complementing the commemoration of Mother’s Day in May.

In many countries, Father’s Day is celebrated in the the third Sunday of June – which falls on the 17th this year – among them the United States of America, Canada, the United Kingdom, France, India, China, Japan, South Africa, and the Philippines.

Fresh catch assures diners of the most delectable sashimi & suhi selection.

At Kitsho, treat Dad to the juiciest Wagyu or US beef steak or any of the other delectable Teppanyaki options like the King Salmon. But before that, make sure he has sampled any of the sashimi specials, as well as a few options from the extensive sushi selection. If he is a tuna lover, he could opt for either the Maguro or Chutoro concoctions. And since his special day is a time for bonding, food sharing is on top of his list. Never worry ‘coz you can easily browse through the many options in the Yakimono (grilled), hot pots, and/or ramen selections.

Seafood lovers would love Kitsho’s many options -Salmon Teppan

Moreover, if Dad wants to celebrate on a weekend, he gets to bring in another guest for free for every set of five diners at the smorgasbord. Lunch buffet is at P1,232/pax (VAT inclusive) while the dinner buffet is at P1,400/pax (VAT inclusive).

Ebi Chilli Sauce Every Kitsho dish is meticulously prepared.

If Dad opts to celebrate on a weekday, any reservation of his with fifteen (15) or more guests will entitle them to a buffet spread set up. And to sweeten the deal, dads get to enjoy a complimentary glass of either draft beer or wine, with his meal, any day in June.

Have your fill of rolled sushi at Kitsho’s weekend buffet spread Futomaki

Food stores and/or establishments who plan on having a Japanese selection on their menu, or want to have an extensive list of Japanese options on their food list may seek the help of Executive Chef Mizumoto “Hiro” Masahiro. Chef Hiro would gladly assist them on this concern. For particulars on food consultancy and advice, simply send him an email via masahiro1964mizumoto@live.jp.

Mabotofu is given a new twist in this yummy concoction

Kitsho authentic Japanese restaurant and sake bar is owned and operated by MCK Millennium Food, Inc. and is conveniently located at the ground floor of Hotel Jen Manila, right across the sprawling CCP Complex, along Roxas Boulevard’s sunset strip on the historic Manila Bay.

Grilled-Banana Dining at Kitsho always has a sweet ending!

For reservations, simply call their hotline number: (02) 994-36-23 or (02) 795-8888 extension 2312  . You may also check out Kitsho’s social media pages on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

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