#DavaoFoodCrawl: Sumptuous Eats at Kitsune - Japanese Casual Dining
With the growing number of Japanese restaurants in the city (or in the country as a whole), it is safe to say that Filipinos in general love Japanese food so much. And why not? We have welcomed Japanese cuisine with great enthusiasm because they are well-balanced and flavorful. Plus, they are not far from the taste we are accustomed to.
The same reason goes true with the owners of Kitsune-Japanese Casual Dining, who put up their restaurant because they have always been fascinated with the Japanese culture: their colorful traditions, unique clothes, interesting folklores, amazing work ethics and of course their food.
For the 2nd stop of the Davao Food Crawl, Davao Digital Influencers (DDI) bloggers and vloggers were all excited to visit Kitsune. It is located at the south side of Davao City, along Juna Subdivision in Matina fronting Values School.
During our visit, they served us their newest makis and ramen bestseller. And boy, am not doing lip service here, but they are oh-so-delicious! And the best part is when you browse through their menu, you would be glad to know that their food items are all affordable.
Here's an interesting trivia: Kitsune makes their own noodles for their ramen!
Sharing here some photos of what we had that day:
|If you want to satisfy your craving for Japanese food without hurting your pockets, visit Kitsune!|
|Korean Maguro Maki, Php 170|
Marinated tuna in soy sauce, crabstick and gochugang sauce
|Salmon Tartare Maki, Php160|
A satisfying blend of salmon tartare, crabstick, tempura crumbs, mango and gochugang sauce
|Tonkotso Tantanmien Ramen, Php250|
Tasty pork bones broth and tantanmien tare topped with ground pork, egg and pak choy
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Kitsune - Japanese Casual Dining
Contact number: 0942-049-0846
Unit 2-3 #26 Juna Avenue, Juna Subdivision, Matina
(Infront of Values School before Lispher Inn)