Akira Restaurant has a minimalist take on space’s design. The restaurant has a predominantly white theme, from walls to floors to ceiling, accented with some red on the door and the window framing. The walls have wings graphics that double as a backdrop for picture-taking. As for the tables and chairs, they are uniformly black and white and made of metal.
The restaurant serves Japanese food; the best sellers are the tempura and Akira ramen. You can have snacks or a light dinner here with your friends, family or your special someone. It’s a casual dining place, so you can just relax and wear comfortable clothes. You may contact the management at (043) 410 1792 for advance order and pick up. It is located at I. Calangi Street, Poblacion in Mabini, Batangas.
Operation Hour: 10:30 AM – 8 PM
Facebook Page: Akira Restaurant
How to Get There
From City Center:
Coming from the town center of Mabini, take a tricycle to the restaurant. The fare is ₱10.
From Bus Terminal:
Coming from Manila, you may take a bus (Jam Liner, JAC or Alps) bound for Batangas City Bus Terminal. The fare ranges ₱140 – ₱160. From the Batangas City Grand Terminal, ride a jeepney bound for Mabini. Alight at Mabini Municipal Hall. The fare is ₱40. Take a tricycle to the restaurant. The fare is ₱10.
(Large Shrimp, Pumpkin, Onion, Carrot Straw) – ₱160.00
(Mango, Crab Stick, Egg, Cucumber) – ₱140.00
Takoyaki 10 pcs
(Octopus Inside Famous Snack in Japan) – ₱100.00
(Chicken Soy Sauce Taste) – ₱110.00
(Fried Noodle Mix with Pork Vegetable) – ₱100.00
Fried Chicken Sweet Sauce – ₱120.00
(Fried Pork Cheese Inside) – ₱85.00
(Omelette Mix with Vegetable) – ₱50.00
w/ cheese – ₱70.00
(Egg Sauce Onion) – ₱55.00
(Flavored Rice Ball) – ₱20.00
Rice – ₱10.00
Drinks – ₱15.00
Note: Prices may change without prior notice.
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