Japanese-inspired Dinner Date at Akira, The Art of Sushi and Teppanyaki

Akira Burgos Circle

After attending the gala night of Mga Anino ng Kahapon last week, Daddy A and I went on a late night dinner date at Akira, The Art of Sushi and Teppanyaki in Burgos Circle. You see, Daddy A recently developed this obsession for finding the best ramen within the metro. 😀 So, when we walked by Akira, he eventually persuaded me to try it out (because I wanted to eat steak then).

We ordered a plate of Akira California Roll[1] for our appetizer. We are huge fans of california rolls and this one is one of the best we’ve tried.

For Daddy A’s main meal, he ordered a bowl of Wagyu Tonkatsu Ramen[2]. We give this one four thumbs up. It is, by far, the yummiest ramen I’ve tried. This says a lot because I am not a fan of ramen — I find it malansa, you know what I mean? In fact, I’ve always wondered why Daddy A is so crazy for it!

Akira Burgos Circle

I, on the other hand, ordered Bento Ebi Tempura[3], which is A FEAST, for my main meal. If Daddy A is crazy for ramen, well, I am crazy for ebi tempura! I just wish the bento had more Ebi Tempura, though. Other than that, it was perfect since it has sushi, salad, chicken and fruits.

They have lots of dishes that I would like to try so I am definitely coming back to Akira for another meal!

Have you tried eating at Akira already? What’s your favorite dish?

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Kimberley Reyes

Kimberley Reyes is an Online Business Manager for entrepreneurs who are ready to get off the hamster wheel and step into their CEO shoes. On top of helping her clients get organized and scale their businesses, she is also happily busy raising her five kids with her firefighter husband.

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