Rai Rai Ken

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Harrison Plaza, Manila, Philippines
www.rairaiken.com.ph - +632 528-4252
Rai Rai Ken - Sushi Special
Rai Rai Ken - Banana Sherbet and Mango Sherbet
Rai Rai Ken - Chicken with Salad
Rai Rai Ken - Gomoku (Mixed Seafoods) Premium Ramen

Rai Rai Ken Manila Reviews

nolan nolan
107 reviews
Sumptuous Japanese food in Manila Dec 13, 2012
Rai Rai Ken originates from two words that mean "Welcome" and "restaurant" in Japanese. In the Philippines, Rai Rai Ken is a franchise of Japanese themed restaurants that started in 1993 and has 17 branches all over the country, mostly located in malls.

The branch we (Nolan and Natalie-TravellinChic) ate at was at Harrison Plaza, as it was near her place of work. It was not crowded at all, and we were able to get a table far away from the madding crowd.

The food was served promptly and hot. We were probably hungry that we were able to finish food meant for up to three people :) You don't need to order as many viands, three of these is more than enough for two hungry TravBuddies. The stories you can share over dinner will just make the hours pass and sooner or later, the food would have been all consumed.

Overall, it should cost about $15 per person but I ordered heartily but it was worth it. On certain days there are promos so check out with the waitress for their specials.
Gomoku (Mixed Seafoods) Premium Ra…
Chicken with Salad
Sushi Special
Banana Sherbet and Mango Sherbet
4 / 4 TravBuddies found this review helpful/trustworthy
nolan says:
Sakae Sushi is also a good Japanese restaurant chain, especially with their eat-all-you-can promos at P399. Saw a few in Singapore, although they didn't have an eat-all-you-can promo. Yakimix has similar promos as well.

Japanese restaurant chains should be very clean, it's just the not-so-familiar restaurants that serve sushi and sashimi or anything raw that we should be cautious about.
Posted on: Dec 14, 2012
rheagirl says:
I have tried the one in Sta Rosa, Laguna years ago. And I can still remember that I did enjoy the food too. Japanese maki's may look very simple but i tried making a california maki, and it's a very long process of preparation. And knowing that Japan is a very tidy country, I always thought that the way they prepare the food are clean too. Well, i do really hope it is.
Posted on: Dec 14, 2012
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