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JOED’s Lutong Hapon
Do you have an insatiable appetite for Japanese food? If so, then JOED’s Lutong Hapon should be your next chow destination. Not only do they serve authentic Japanese dishes, they also come at very affordable prices. Truly, JOED’s Lutong Hapon continues to imprint a good reputation among locals and tourists alike, who have genuine fondness for authentic Japanese food.
Dating back to 2009, optimistic owners Joan and Edgar introduced their signature Beef Gyudon and Sukiyakidon dishes at JOED’s first mini restaurant (“carinderia”) in Mabolo. Much to their delight, these dishes clicked well with the people, especially by the Japanese bento fanatics. With success underway, they pushed forth on bringing this fresh and unique tradition to the Cebuano community.
JOED’s variety of Japanese dishes became a steady hit more than ever to sushi-craving gastronomes. With its menu based on pure fresh ingredients that are procured abroad, customers are surely never to miss the taste of authentic Japanese cuisine. Plus, the affordable prices of their delectable Japanese dishes all the more make their place as inviting as ever.
JOED’s offers an array of Japanese dishes, which cater not just to the Japanese taste but to the Filipino tongue as well. Among the popular rice bowls are Chicken Teriyaki, Katsudon/Karegadon, Beef Gyudon, and Unagi Egg Rice Bowl. Of course, their California Crunchy Maki Roll and Crab Salmon Strawberry Maki Roll are a must-taste specialty in the house.
Those are just a few of the mouth-watering choices in JOED’s menu. A whole lot more is in store for everyone to taste and gorge, even to the tight-on-budget Japanese food lover. Here is a quick rundown of JOED’s menu and price list.
Beef Kimchi – Php110
Beef Kato – Php100
Beefsteak – Php100
Beef Teppanyaki – Php95
Beef Tendon – Php120
Beef Teriyakidon – Php95
Beef Moyashi – Php110
Bento Mix – Php150
Bento Seafood – Php210
California Maki – Php65
Calamari – Php100
Crab Tempura – Php75
Curry Udon – Php195
Ebi Furai – Php120
Ebi Roll – Php95
Ebi Tempura – Php120
Ebi Salada Maki – Php150
Gyoza – Php75
Jigayemo – Php195
Kani Salada – Php100
Katsudon/Karagedon – Php65
Kimchi – Php45
Kimchi Ramen – Php200
Kobe Beef Yakiniku Don – Php110
Maguro Sashimi – Php150
Mix Sushi – Php180
Moyashi – Php45
Nigaiuri Beef Ampalaya – Php95
Pork Carbi – Php75
Pork Gyudon – Php95
Pork Steak – Php75
Pork/Chicken Tonkatsu – Php35
Pork/Beef Kimchi Teriyaki – Php95/Php100
Seafood Bento – Php210
Shogayakidon – Php75
Spicy Garlic Shrimp – Php135
Sukiyakidon – Php95
Tamago Pizza – Php95
Tekka Maki – Php95
Tempura Udon – Php195
Teriyaki Ramen – Php195
Tofu – Php75
Tuna Sashimi – Php 150
Yakisoba – Php150
***Prices are subject to change without prior notice.
Indeed, JOED’s Lutong Hapon has emerged successful as their place is continually flocked by a good number of daily customers. JOED customers find themselves going back to the place every now and then to have a taste of their authentic Japanese cuisine.
This reputable Japanese restaurant is expanding and now has two branches operating in Cebu City. One branch is located in Capitol site which was opened last July 2011. Since their relocation at the Capitol site, their first restaurant in Mabolo has already been closed.
JOED’s is also the professional caterer of the 93rd and 1st Radio Bar Lounge at Ayala Center Cebu. Opened in 2010, this radio bar lounge showcases Club Radio 93.1 FM. Party people can have a good time interacting with radio jocks, enjoying the music, getting a drink, or simply having fun while partying or grabbing a snack or two. Plus, knowing that the food that’s going to be served comes from JOED’s Lutong Hapon will surely satisfy your stomach’s cravings.
A word of caution though for those who plan to dine at their Capitol branch. There’s a small parking space for the customers, however, parking can be quite a challenge as many customers flock their place. We recommend you park your car somewhere safer so you don’t eat up your time looking for a parking space.
JOED’s Capitol branch is open from 11 a.m. to 1 a.m., from Mondays to Sundays. They have free delivery services for every Php500 minimum purchase.
So what are you waiting for? It’s time to satisfy your Japanese food craving at JOED’s Lutong Hapon, where authentic Japanese taste lingers in your mouth.
JOED’s Lutong Hapon is located at 257-A Don Jose Avila Street corner Maria Cristina Ext., Capitol Site, Cebu City (beside the main entrance of Sacred Heart Girls High School) and at Level 4 of the Ayala Terraces. For inquiries and reservations, you may call them at (032)406-8028, (0917)310-0885, or (0939)918-4977. You can also visit their Facebook account through this link: http://www.facebook.com/joedslutonghapon