Get Your Wagyu Fix at the Newest Japanese Restaurant in Alabang
Throughout its history, the Philippines has always nurtured a soft spot for Japanese food. Even before the Spaniards colonized these islands, the Japanese have been courting the Filipino palate. In response, Filipinos have embraced and added their own identity to the East Asian cuisine with the use of local ingredients. Today, the Japanese food scene has a strengthened presence in the Philippines, owing to Filipinos’ developing a taste for more authentic Japanese dishes.
Understanding the ever-increasing demand for more Japanese food, The Bellevue Manila opens Homare. Homare is the Japanese word for honor or glory.
“Homare is a step above other restaurants because it offers high quality, premium Japanese cuisine,” says Patrick Chan, managing director of The Bellevue Manila. He highlights the restaurant's
Homare's Yakiniku Rooms
Homare also serves some of the freshest tuna and salmon in town, delivered whole to the restaurant every other day.
According to Chan, the key to maintaining the authenticity and the vision of Homare, as with any Japanese restaurant, is to source its products from the best producers of the highest quality.
Aside from its wide selection of Japanese cuisine, Homare is also notable for its peaceful ambience. The spacious interiors are brought together by a Zen-inspired design. Wide glass panels that provide natural light to the entire space give the restaurant a bright and warm atmosphere, as well. Those looking to experience a more elevated Japanese dining experience will find that Homare satisfies.
Homare's Main Hall
Homare is located at the 2nd Floor, Tower Wing, of The Bellevue Manila, North Bridgeway, Malacca Lane, Alabang. Tel. No: (+632) 771-8181.