Burgos Circle in Fort Bonifacio Global City is home to many restaurants and bars
But if you’re looking for a place to chill out and lounge with friends, or dine and get a sumptuous meal after a night of partying, then you should definitely check out Izumi Sake Bar.
Is it a restaurant or a bar? A lounge or a dance club? I’d say it’s an all-in-one place, and it’s up to you what you want this place to be.
Enter Izumi and you’ll instantly be transported to a cozy urban jungle hideaway, where you can enjoy good conversation and experience cosmopolitan bar dining, the Japanese way.
Izumi offers small plates as bar food and appetizer, main courses for those who’d like to dine, and “after-the-party” ramen for those who’d like to unwind after a night of big partying.
Above is their Spicy Salmon Harumaki – a cold cut salmon spring roll, and below is the Buta Bara – a pork belly skewer grilled and glazed with den miso sauce.
These are just a few of what Izumi Sake Bar, with its newest star chef, Chef Him Uy de Baron, is offering this season – which includes one of my favorites that night, the Mapo Tofu Ramen – simple yet delicious.
So what do you drink in a sake bar? Sake, of course!
But if you’re not a fan of this Japanese spirit, then no problem – as their bar offers a wide variety of liquors from whiskey to wine, from cocktails to alcopops.
So if you’re looking a place to lounge, dine or chill out in the metro (and looking for a place to show off your pole dancing skills), then do visit Izumi Sake Bar.
Yup, you read that right… pole dancing! Confused? Visit Izumi and you’ll understand what I mean. 😀
For table reservations, you may call Izumi at 8564090. You can also “Like” them on Facebook at /IzumiSakeBar and follow them on Twitter at @IzumiSakeBar.