Yurakuen Japanese Restaurant – Menu and Other Details

YURAKUEN JAPANESE RESTAURANT – Diamond Hotel’s award-winning Japanese restaurant Yurakuen offers this luxurious experience.

What can you expect when dining at Yurakuen? This Japanese restaurant is located in Diamond Hotel and here are the rates on their menu and other details such as the operating hours.

Yurakuen – Diamond Hotel’s Japanese Restaurant

Exquisite finds at Yurakuen Japanese Restaurant of Diamond Hotel Philippines.

YURAKUEN – The award-winning restaurant found at Diamond Hotel is Yurakuen and these are the things they can offer their guests.

One of the best Japanese restaurants in Metro Manila is Yurakuen. This Japanese restaurant offers an all-you-can-eat Japanese Cuisine, Teppanyaki-style. The word Teppanyaki was coined from “teppan” which means iron plate and “yaki” which means pan-fried or grilled.

Photo lifted from Diamond Hotel

This is the type of dining where the chef cooks the food in front of their guests. The chef showcases his skill and tricks in cooking with a knife and spatula.

The teppanyaki package covers a full-course meal. You can choose one between Tamago Yaki and Sweet Potato Pirikarani for the appetizer. They also serve Miso and Seaweed soup. Kani and Seaweed are two Japanese salads to choose from.

Photo lifted from Diamond Hotel

Sushi, sashimi, and maki are also included on the menu. They also have meat and seafood for the Main course. Fruits and ice cream are also available for desserts.

See below:

Yurakuen Teppanyaki
Photo credits to The Hungry Kat

The restaurant opens daily from 11 AM to 10 PM.

Seating Capacity:

Main Dining: 75 persons
Teppanyaki: 24 persons
Yakiniku: 16 persons
Yuri Room: 6 persons (Php 10,000 minimum consumable)
Sakura Room: 10 persons (Php 15,000 minimum consumable)

Rates (which may change without prior notice):

Teppanyaki – Php 3,990 net per person with one round of standard drink
Yakiniku – Php 3,580 net per person with one round of standard drink

It is highly suggested for guests observe their smart casual dress code while dining in the restaurant outlets and the Club Lounge. Bathrobes, bedroom slippers, flip flops, swimwear, beachwear, and sleeveless undershirts are not allowed.


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