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Nanbantei of Tokyo Opens in Alabang Town Center

Yakitori lovers can now celebrate especially those residing in the South of Metro. Nanbantei of Tokyo opens its latest branch in Alabang Town Center and aims to provide guests with an authentic yakitori experience.


“We have actually gotten a lot of requests to open further south. We see our opening here as the perfect opportunity to spread the yakitori culture to our guests in Alabang, Paranaque, Muntinlupa, Laguna, and Cavite,” says Laine Vallar, Nanbantei’s Senior Manager. 

This new branch with a seating capacity of 90 guests boasts of a mix of classic and modern interiors, as well as a space for al fresco dining which is perfect for the young professionals, businessmen, families, or simply anyone who just loves yakitori or grilled food. 


“We make it a point to stay focused and maintain our core cuisine while coming out with new ones,” continues Vallar. “For instance, our mouth-watering yakitori is best enjoyed with our hand-crafted cocktails.” Read more about Nanbantei's cocktail drinks here -- Mojito drinks at Nanbantei of Tokyo.

“We strive to maintain the authenticity of service and food preparation required by the franchise, and apply internationally accepted food handling and safety procedures,” Vallar added.

From the fresh earth tones of its other branches, Nanbantei of Tokyo Alabang sports a modern look with its grey tones, modish droplights melding with the dominant colors of Japan. The individual organic-inspired chairs for four are made more vibrant by effervescent red and orange hues. Comfortable couch seating is embellished with red Sakura blossom prints. The overall look is tied in by light wood and a dash of grey to depict the industrial and modern, combined with a fresh and young Japanese vibe.

Watch Instagram video here ---> Nanbantei of Tokyo


Opens daily from 11am onwards, Nanbanetei of Tokyo in Alabang Town Center offers guests an authentic Japanese yakitori experience. 















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