On June 16, Kitsho celebrates Father’s Day with the rest of the world. At Kitsho, fathers get to dine for free, if accompanied by three family members dining on the a la carte buffet. There will be no buffet spread but diners still get to enjoy all the dishes they wish to sample. All they have to do is tell the waiting staff what dishes they would like to relish, and executive chef Keita Kamimoto and his F & B team would gladly prepare everything, fresh from the kitchen.
For diners who don’t wish to go on a smorgasbord spree, Kitsho has concocted a special menu for the family that’s comprised of soup, appetizer, a main dish, and dessert. Fathers also get to enjoy a complimentary glass of beer or, if he wishes to enjoy more than a glass, he can simply opt for unlimited draft beer at Php 380 (inclusive of VAT and service charge).
The special Father’s Day set menu is valued at Php 2488 (inclusive of VAT and service charge) and is good for four dining guests. Families would greatly enjoy this sumptuous offering that’s priced to give each one a big smile.
Father’s Day in the Philippines, like Mother’s Day, is a special family holiday celebrated year in and year out; being one of the highlights in every social calendar. It’s not only a time to celebrate fatherhood, but also a special time for families to bond anew, especially if some members live far from the family home.
Kitsho Japanese Restaurant and Sake Bar is operated and managed by MCK Millennium Food, Inc. and is conveniently located at the ground floor of Hotel Jen Manila, across the sprawling CCP Complex, along Roxas Boulevard’s sunset strip in the historic Manila Bay area.
For reservations, simply get in touch with the restaurant’s trunk-line no. (02) 994-36-23 or