Tazukuri - sweet and spicy fried dilis
U and I were at The Podium one Sunday night and we noticed Yaku, a Japanese grill on level 3. We haven't eaten here before so we decided to try them out.
While waiting for our order, we were served tazukuri for appetizer. I love tazukuri--I even asked for another serving to take home, and it was on the house.:p We had a heavy late afternoon snack and not really hungry. We had Gyuniko no Yasaimaki and Spicy Shake Maki. Gyuniko no Yasaimaki is a yakimono dish--the beef was grilled, not raw. These were great with beer.:p
Spicy Shake Maki - Salmon with spices, herbs & mayo
Gyuniko no Yasaimaki - Spring onions wrapped in beef,
with yakitori sauce
Sorry for the blurry photos--I was using my cel phone camera.
Posted for Food Friday hosted by Maiylah
i haven't tried that beef dish, yet. you're making me crave for Japanese food! lol...
...they serve those tazukuri as appetizers? yummmm...good idea about asking for another serving to take home... :)
Now I;m hankering for maki!grh
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i want to try the last one yung beef and spring onions
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looks really delicious and you made me crave for some japanese foods now...anyway, wishing you a great weekend! :)
Those spring onions wrapped in beef look so good! Mmmm..Nagugutom na ko!
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Oh my goodness this dish looks good. Hubby would definitely drool when he says this he loves anything Japanese dish. The first photo is the "bulinao" or anchovies? I missed that dish. And the last photo haven't seen that here in our favorite Japanese resto. ^_^
Yum, they do sound great with beer. Lovely meal =)
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