...and a beef bowl (gyu means beef in Japanese) with some stray strands of sukiyaki noodles. I don't know if this is normal but it was frantic at Kuretake that day. I didn't mind though because it all tasted good on top of the piping hot steamed Japanese rice.
Kuretake serves delicious and authentic Japanese food but the price is a notch higher compared to other Japanese restaurants. They make up for it with larger than average servings though. Service was extremely slow that Sunday since there were so many people. It took around 45 minutes for our food to come out and they weren't in order. Miso soup was actually served last because they had run out and I had to repeatedly ask for my pickles. Still, Kuretake is one of our preferred dining places in Power Plant Mall.
G/F Power Plant Mall
Rockwell Drive cor. Estrella St.,
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