New Japanese Restaurant in Quezon City | Isaribi

When I was in the province of Quezon, I always hear stories about "Mangigilaw" - people catching fish at night with a torch or lamp. I thought of the practice symbolic and reflective and literally practical. That's what comes to my mind when I visit Isaribi Restaurant's New Branch in Quezon City.

Isaribi is a Japanese restaurant that can also be found in Makati and Taguig. Its name derived from an ancient Japanese poem meaning "Fishing Fire". Isaribi on its original verse emphasizes the experience of sudden enlightenment, which is what this restaurant is doing with Filipinos who seeks authentic Japanese cuisine. 

Fresh fish like Salmon, tuna and other seafood products are what Isaribi takes pride of their menu at much affordable price. The new branch in Quezon City offers unlimited rice promo during lunch which I know we Pinoys love. The restaurant also has a function room that can accommodate 20 to 30 persons good for intimate celebrations or office meetings. Some of the house specialties are Sushi (A MUST TRY!), Sashimi, Yakinuku, authentic Wagyu Beef and Grilled Seafood.

Isaribi restaurant is open from 11 am to 1 am. For reservation and inquiries, you may call 441-5302.



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