We couldn’t get a reservation at Inagiku, Shangri-La Makati’s Japanese restaurant so we decided to try Senju at Edsa Shangri-La.
Just like Inagiku, Senju had a wide variety of sushi, sashimi and cold salads. They were good too but not as creative and fabulous as the ones at Inagiku.
This was my favorite sushi.
marinated seared tuna
Ebi Kyu Wakame Sumonomo
kani, potato salad, chuka idako (marinated baby octopus)
The main course revolved around the teppanyaki table. The food was cooked fresh and transferred to the chafing dishes.
Shake (fish), Wagyu (beef), Ebi (shirmp), Tori (chicken) Teppanyaki
tempura, tori & gindara teriyaki, yakimeshi
I was so full from the sushi and some fish and beef that I never got to try the ramen.
ramen soup, made to order
Ice cream ‘cooked’ on a frozen teppanyaki table with toppings mixed in seemed to be a standard offering in buffets nowadays.
ice cream teppanyaki bar
Japanese taho, green tea, coffee jelly
Overall the buffet was satisfactory. I still prefer Inagiku more.
Lunch buffet is available on Sundays for P1,809.00 net. Kids below 12 years old pay half price.
Edsa Shangri-La Hotel
Mezzanine Level, Tower Wing
1 Garden Way, Ortigas Centre
Mandaluyong City 1650, Philippines
telephone: (632) 633 8888 ext. 2738/2739