March 11, 2019

Motto Motto All Day Japanese

My twin kids won Mr. and Ms. MandSci 2019 last February 15. We've celebrated it with people close us in different ways. Julia and Rafael brought pasta (which I cooked), cake and juice in their respective class. I treated Percia and Emma in a restaurant. And we've fed most family and friends at home.

It's been a month now and yet we've forgotten to treat the real winners - Julia and Rafael. So last Sunday off we went at Motto Motto in Serendra for our family celebration.

Motto Motto is the newest Raintree Group's Japanese restaurant, partnered with Piglet's Nobuhide Andoh. Their other collaborations are Chotto Matte and Izakaya Sensu. Some of Chotto Matte's rolls are actually part of Motto Motto's menu.

We went on a Sunday so Motto Motto's guests are mostly family like us, #Mendiolables. The place is full of laughter from parents and children.

The ambiance of the place speaks Kawaii, meaning cute in the context of Japanese popular culture. I made sure to take a lot of family photos to be used as profile picture in Facebook😍

The menu have everything that will satisfy both young kids and old parents 😀, from salad, to rice bowls, to  California roll, tempura, sashimi, yakisoba, cakes and more.

Juancho ordered the fun kid-friendly meals aboard the Shinkansen.  It has spaghetti, fried chicken,salad and dessert. Kids even gets a toy when they order this meal.

Julia enjoyed Niku Maki Hanjuku Tamago (Soft Boiled Eggs wrapped in Pork Belly Slices and baked with Teriyaki Sauce) Chicken Karaage, Burger Patty, Potato Salad, Rice and Dessert.

Rafael ordered  Aburi Butadon (Aburi Pork Belly with Sweet Soy Sauce) and Chicken Karaage.
John had Seafood Yakisoba and Oyako Don, (Sweet Soy Chicken with Onion and egg)..

As always, I started with a salad, Kani and Tobiko Salad. It has chopped mixed greens, crab meat, cucumber, tobiko, Yuzu Skin, and Homemade Thousand Island Dressing.

If you can't decide what to eat, then ordered Teishoku set.  This set meal are usually common for lunch, but Motto Motto makes them available all day. Teishoku set are usually common for lunch, but Motto Motto makes them available all day, hence the title Motto Motto All Day Japanese.

For dessert we had Cookie Dough Cheesecake, Impossible Cake and Tablea Cake. John and I capped the night with Cafe Mocha and Flat White Coffee.

Motto Motto
Ground Floor, Serendra Piazza, Bonifacio Global City.
Opening Hours: 8.00 am to 11.00 pm

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