Skillet Japanese Café and Bistro – Foods unlike no other

We’ve all been into different kinds of restaurants and other fine dining establishments in our lives. Different foods, variety of tastes and some has the common looks. It is definitely not an easy task for a restaurant to add their own distinctive brand on their foods but the Skillet Japanese Café and Bistro just pulled it off on a higher level – nailed it to be exact!

The Skillet Japanese Café and Bistro launched last March 2016 at Mandaue. A restaurant of distinctiveness in every detail – from the place to the food to the beverages- everything just tastes so good. A Japanese restaurant that offers European foods with a Japanese twist. Yes, that’s how unique they are in terms of food.

I was with Mr. Carlo Olano of Kalami Cebu, Jomar Lipon of Laaganko.com, Ms. Mars Espera, the reigning Ms. Cebu Gabriele Raine Baljak and the Owner herself, Ms. Kate Tiffany Yu.

The place is very cozy. When you get inside, you will immediately notice the paintings on the wall. It is not just an ordinary painting. It was painted by Aito Kitazaki, a Japanese artist who is also a friend of the Chef, Mr. Masaki Tsuji. Should I say the meaning of the painting? You better find it out for yourself and be amazed just like what I have felt when I discovered the meaning..

Now, brace yourselves, you will see heaven with the food photos below (These are some of the dishes served for us during that night):

Fish Sarciedo

Fish Sarciedo
Fish Sarciedo

Aside from the onion leaves, what I like about this food is that it tastes like an egg omelet. I am not a fan of fish foods because I hate small bones but this food made me ate this without hassle because it’s boneless and it does not taste like a fish.

Stewed Hamburg Steak

Stewed Hamburg Steak
Stewed Hamburg Steak

It tastes like a steak, but there’s something within this food that made it a special steak. It doesn’t taste that much like the common steak we always see on restaurants and it has a Japan-like feels. The Japanese twist made it stand out from the rest.

Crab Spaghetti

Crab Spaghetti
Crab Spaghetti

I am not a fan of crab dishes because I don’t like the hassle of getting the meat inside the crab, although crab meat is delicious but the hassle is just a no-no for me. This one is different, the crab you see is considered just a design, I guess. All the crab meat is already mixed with the spaghetti, so there’s no hassle in eating it. It smells so good and I ate it with pride.

Sweet Potato Chips

Sweet Potato Chips
Sweet Potato Chips

Yes, it doesn’t taste sweet at first because it taste a bit bitter but the time it slowly crashes and swallowed, there is actually an after-taste – the sweet flavor will then be felt in your mouth. I don’t know what sorcery it is but I was amazed, it was indeed delicious. I realized how the bitter + sweet charisma would feel that good in my throat.

Tortilla Salad

Tortilla Salad
Tortilla Salad

The triangular chips, or I am not sure how it is called, or it might be the tortilla is unexplainable. I haven’t tasted this kind of flavor to me. And it feels so good with the tongue. The veggies are what I’m up to because veggies are love.

Salmon with Dashi Soup

Salmon with Dashi Soup
Salmon with Dashi Soup

Every part of it is very savoring. The aroma of the soup hits hard until the bones. It satisfies every part of your taste buds. Perfect combination, indeed.

Jar Salad

Jar Salad
Jar Salad

This is the last dish I ate before the dessert. I was captivated by the mix of the raw and colorful vegetables and fruits.

Dew Droplet Cake

Dew Droplet Cake
Dew Droplet Cake

Finally, after months of waiting and attempted to try the dessert, I was able to taste this legendary dessert. Every swallow feels so refreshing. Plus the powder that’s somehow I can personally say like a “polvoron” but is way more delicious than that. I never thought that the jelly ha a taste. I was expecting it to taste like water. But it went out of my expectations.

Dessert Ramen

Dessert Ramen
Dessert Ramen

In line with the Dew Droplet Cake, This is somehow I can call Skillet’s version of halo-halo. This is also made with a jelly strips with the same texture with the Dew Droplet Cake. This is also the most challenging dessert I have tried in my entire life. If you order this one, be sure to be prepared with the challenge – no spoon and fork, just pure chopsticks. Good luck! Haha!

Those foods are just few of the foods we have tasked during the media dinner. More of those foods if you visit them now. There are still variety of foods to choose from!

Skillet Japanese Café and bistro offers different set of promotions every month and want to know what the next promotion for the month of March? I don’t know either since the theme of the next promotions they offer are always a surprise. I wonder what would be the next dish they will launch.

Let’s stay tuned for more updates by liking and following their Facebook Page, Skillet Japanese Café and Bistro. You may also personally visit them at Norkis Cyber Park A.S fortuna Street  Mandaue City and experience a whole-new level of dining experience. You may also contact them on their phone number (032) 417 2805.

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Wellbein Borja

A self-proclaimed mobile photographer. An aspiring blogger. A startup entrepreneur. An optimistic person. #mypersonalsnaps #puzzlemyworld #pergazine (Instagram: @wellbeinb | Twitter: @wellbeinb)

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