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The date was June 12, 2012 and we had three (3) occasions on hand. It was my mom’s **th birthday, 114th  commemoration of Philippine independence and our 1-year 9th month anniversary. We decided to celebrate it at Hap Chan Tea House here in Las Pinas City.

We were first served with the usual complimentary tea (which I forgot to take a shot, sorry!). I had a bad case of ingestion the day before – the tea help ease it out. For our drinks, we had the following –

My mom – her favorite iced lemon tea

 Diana had an iced lemonade

and I had a mango shake…

Our menu consists of the following…

For the dessert, we had…

(served steamed!)

and we had to have a take out (yummy!)…

My mom was happy and loved the food (us too!). The staff was nice and friendly (thanks!).

To visit the official website, click here

To check the menu, you may click here

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It was learnt that by end of May, two of Diana’s college friends is leaving for Singapore to pursue their career. To celebrate this much anticipated event , a get together was organize last 26th of May 2012. Diana suggested in having dinner on Yabu: The House of Katsu at SM Megamall.

After choosing from the menu, a small bowl will be served ,in it, which seemed like heated (burnt) dry sesame seeds. It’s customary to create your own sauce.

Catching up while waiting – the restaurant itself was simple, spacious and elegant. A great place to dine in.

Diana ordered the Chicen Katsu (3/4 inch thick chicken breast fillet, serving choices: Chicken 90g, 120g and 180g).

I ordered the Seafood Katsu Set (Black tiger prawn, scallop, cream Dory, oyster, squid).

*The meal was great! It comes with fruits, vegetables, unlimited rice and cabbage.  A heavy meal with sides that are light and healthy.

Time to eat!!!

Looking forward to dropping by hear again! O_o

To check the official website click here

Yabu: House of Katsu, SM Megamall
2/F, SM Megamall, Julia Vargas Ave
Mandaluyong City, Metro Manila
Philippines
(02) 576-3900

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