With the strong presence of Japanese restaurants in the Philippines, Filipinos have a developed taste for authentic Japanese cuisine. And with this, Bellevue Manila creates a more enticing food scene as it rebrands its Japanese dining outlet, Hatsune, to Homare Japanese Restaurant and Grill.
Homare is the Japanese word for glory, honor, and reputation. The name signifies Bellevue’s mission to glorify the exquisite taste of Japanese cuisine by offering high quality and premium ingredients, to honor their culture and traditions, and to leave its reputation untarnished by providing authentic specialties with world-class service.
The new name comes with a new and improved menu featuring a vast selection including classic Japanese set meals, Teishoku and Gozen. Healthy hot pots, fresh vegetables, meat complementing the rich stock along with Soba and Udon. A selection of Sashimi and varieties of Sushi, Nigiri, and Ippin Ryori will fill your love for rice and choices of Donburimono rice bowls couple it with crowd-favorite crispy golden Tempura and tender Teppanyaki.
The Zen-inspired restaurant has a total seating capacity of 130 diners with the main dining hall accommodating over 100 diners and two private rooms for groups of 8 and 12. Guests can enjoy a different barbecue experience with the newly installed Yakiniku rooms with charcoal grills.
Homare offers fresh Japanese A5 wagyu meat flown in from Japan regularly, and seasoned only very lightly with salt and pepper. The restaurant also offers U.S. Prime and Australian meat as well as Brazilian and Argentinian cuts that will become a regular offering soon.
Homare Japanese Restaurant and Grill is open daily from 11 am to 2 pm for lunch, and 6 pm to 10 pm for dinner. For their latest promotions, visit their Facebook and Instagram accounts @bellevuemanila, or call (2) 771 8181 to reserve a table.