I notice that I’ve been enjoying and exploring food around my area for the past few months. Last Monday, we decided to try Kenji Tei of BF Paranaque. We’ve been curious of that restaurant because of it small dinning area.
Kenji Tei is great for a small place; with “Modern Zen” design, it’s different from other Japanese restaurants.
I got Beef Gyudon for my self and my pal got Shoyu Ramen since he’s craving for ramen for days. We also got Cheese Gyoza (deep fried gyoza with cream cheese dip). Pretty excited about this because its gonna be our first time to try Gyoza to be dipped into cream cheese!
Beef Gyudon (Beef with Onions)
Shoyu Ramen (Soy Based Soup with Chashu Pork)
Cheese Gyoza (Deep Fried Gyoza with Cream Cheese Dip)
I can classify Kenji Tei as a semi-fine dine restaurant. “Semi” because food pricing is kinda expensive (but worth it for the tummy) but the service is pretty fast.
Kenji Tei is located along President’s Avenue, near the old BF Paranaque 7-11, right beside Flawless.
Thanks for Kenji Tei staffs! They gave me a terrific japanese dinner!