What You Mix? How about Japanese – American. It’s like Mr. Miyagi and Daniel San in Karate Kid, perfect combination. There’s another Karate Kid that’s offering satisfying fusion cusine, no other fast-food chain has enticed the palates of young food lovers than Japanese-American quick service-restaurant.
You read it right, Japanese-American fast-food restaurant. For the true-blue Japanese food fanatic, Karate Kid offers classic fare like katsudon, ramen, California maki, tuna sashimi, in chicken, beef and seafood variants, takoyaki, gyoza and ebi tempura. They also offer western dishes with a their own Japanese twists like burgers and pasta.
They also have Burger Pasta, a meatsauce spaghetti topped with a Japanese beef patty. Other pasta variants include Garlic Shrimp Creamy Ebiko with juicy tiger prawn.
Burger buffs will surely have a blast with the best-selling Kido Master Burger, Karate Kid’s house burger made of 100 percent char-grilled Japanese beef patty, and the EbiKatsu Burger.
Karate Kid is probably the most affordable Japaneses fast-food restaurant I’ve been and also has the most number of delectable dishes/meals to choose from. Imagine wanting to dine in a Japanese restaurant but your kids wanted burger, fries and spaghetti. You don’t have to part ways or argue about where to eat. Enjoy eating in Karate Kid.
Karate Kid is set to fire up the Pinoy appetite for fusion cuisine as it opens two other stores at the Lucky Chinatown Plaza in Binondo and Bulacan State University and soon to open SM Hypermart Monumento and SM General Santos.
Karate Kid has branches in Robinsons Manila, Robinsons Cabanatuan, 168 Mall, Waltermart Makati, Landmark Makati, Landmark Trinoma, SM Sta. Rosa, SM Fairview, SM Clark, SM Dasmarinas, SM San Lazaro, Trinoma, Waltermart North Edsa, SM Megamall, Mall of Asia, SM Southmall, SM Sucat, Robinsons Metro East, Waltermart Sucat, Enchanted Kingdom, and just recently in Farmer’s Plaza.