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You call and Kikufuji Izakaya delivers—literally

You call and Kikufuji Izakaya delivers—literally

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Although many restaurants already accept dine-in customers, it’s still best not to take any chances—especially given the current health crisis. So if you’re craving a good Japanese meal, Kikufuji Izakaya got you as it finally launched its delivery service.

You can now directly order from their only branch in Little Tokyo, Makati just by calling.

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You can also pay in two ways: via BPI bank transfer or your rider (since it isn’t available in any food delivery apps, you can opt for the “pabili” option from your preferred food delivery partner).

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Confirm your order by sending a proof of payment through Viber. 

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Established in 1995, the restaurant is known for its sushi, salmon sashimi, ebi tempura, Wagyu skewers and a few other authentic Japanese dishes.

 

Header photo courtesy by Gett Baladad

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Writer: KLEO CATIENZA

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