After we attended mass at Saint Jerome Emiliani Church, in Ayala Alabang, we looked for a restaurant that will satisfy our Asian food craving at Mr. Roboto. A classic Japanese food is on the menu prepared and served using modern technique that will make their customers feel nostalgic. From the logo, to the menu choices, this restaurant’s theme is truly for the 70’s – 80’s, kids.
The exterior is a full glass wall which made the place appealing to the customers.
Inside the restaurant is an open kitchen that allows customers to watch how the dish is being prepared.
A Collage of 70s – 80’s robot characters on the upper portion of the wall made my heart smile as I reminisce about my all time favorite, Voltes V.
What we ordered:
Pork Katsu – P 395. 00
The kids ordered pork tonkatsu (all three of them.) The classic pork Katsu I know is a lot different with their serving. It has vegetable tempura topped on rice. It comes with three choices of dippings (curry, gravy or cheeze). For me, cheeze is better than the other sauces. For the kids, of course they liked the gravy.
Modern Sushi Voltes V – P 280.00
Of course, I tried the modern sushi Voltes V. This is not the typical sushi I know. It is composed of fried ebi wrapped in kani salad and Wasabi mayo on top of cucumber roll.
Kani Salad Bomb- P 250
Aris tried the Kani Salad bomb since it looks appetizing. This kani salad is compose of shredded lettuce, cabbage and udon noodles tossed in roasted sesame dressing Topped with sea weed and fried kani balls.
Place: Too small; 30 customers are just enough for the space. No actual robots were displayed.
Good points: Open kitchen, clean place, good background music, classic yet modern.
We will definetly revisit this place and will try other menus
Mr. Roboto Restaurant
Open from 11am-2pm and 5pm-9pm from Sunday-Thursday, and until 10pm on Fridays and Saturdays
Ground Floor, ATC Corporate Center, Madrigal Avenue, Alabang, Muntinlupa
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