Wafu Celebrates 4th Anniversary: Unveils New Executive Chef and New Menu

Bryan Tiu, the man behind some of our favorite restaurants such as Teriyaki Boy, Peri-Peri Charcoal Chicken, and Ichiba: Japanese Market, started Wafu in the year 2012. With its first branch located in Greenhills, Wafu has redefined Japanese dining experience by combining authentic Japanese cuisine with lavishly designed interiors.

There are three main areas in Wafu:

Main Dining Area featuring high ceiling and sophisticated interiors
3 Lotus Pod dining tables by designer Amy Pamintuan

Teppanyaki Area at the 2nd floor features skilled chefs preparing food right in front of you

And some more photos of the place:

As Wafu unveils a new chapter in their story, it just proves that they're serious in delivering quality authentic Japanese food. Joining the kitchen team is Wafu's new Executive Chef, Onishi Nobuyoshi, or better known as Chef Nobu. With over 30 years of professional experience, Chef Nobu ensures that every dish served follows the highest standards of quality and authenticity. 

Bryan Tiu and Chef Nobu
With a new executive chef comes a new Wafu menu. Wafu is introducing new set of items that are authentic and affordable. As the old Wafu Elite Card phases out, the discounts you get through it is now directly applied to the menu. And to ensure the authenticity and freshness of each dish, the ingredients are airflown straight from Japan. 

Here are some of the dishes we've tried during the 4th anniversary celebration:

Crab Miso Soup
Sushi Platter Take: Maguro, Tai, Salmon, Aji, Ika, Ikura, Unagi, Tamago & Ebi
Hot Platter: Gindara, Chuck Roll & Scallops on Shell With Balsamic Sauce, Daikon Oroshi & Fuagura Sakke
Cold Platter: Toro, Hamachi, Salmon, Uni, Gruper, Aji & Tiger Prawn
Makimono Platter: California Roll, Spicy Salmon, & Futo Maki
Tempura Platter: Shira Uo, Ebi Shinju, Uni Isobeage

Fresh Fruit Salad: Grapes, Mango, Kiwi & Apple

Does those food shots look enticing to you? You too can try those at a really affordable price because, in for their 4th anniversary, Wafu is sharing this milestone in their business with three promotions that every Japanese food lover will surely enjoy:

Wafu 999 Teppanyaki-All-You-Can

Enjoy unlimited Teppanyaki cooked right before your eyes in one of Wafu's teppan tables located on the second floor for only Php999.

Wafu's Teppan Tables at the second floor

Wafu 888 Ala Carte Buffet

For only Php888, you get to enjoy 1 main dish and unlimited Tempura, salad, miso soup, and a selection of delicious rolls.

Wafu Happy Hour

Fill in with your favorite Japanese street food like Yakitori, Sashimi, and Rolls, that's perfectly paired with draft beer or Japanese Sake. Everything's unlimited from 5pm-8pm for only Php550++ per head.

Edward Santos

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