We really wanted to pursue the Yabu restaurant way way back since before because we were intrigued of the long queue outside the outlet. However, when we inquired we were logged at number 8 on their waiting list which was no good for us since we were both starving already and I needed to get home in a short while since I still have work the next day so we ended up eating in another restaurant at RobMag.
Good thing, the next time we visited the joint, it wasn’t that full and we were accommodated immediately to our seats. Since it was just the two of us, it was easy for the waiters to squeeze us in. We ordered their Tonkatsu Set (I had their non-fat pork tenderloin set). Stop pretending! :P) haha. (I was feeling healthy for a while there since it had no fat. hehe).
Anyway, moving on I had their Hire Pork Tenderloin Set which came with their unlimited servings of white rice, cabbage, miso soup, Japanese pickles and also some fruits (Which I didn’t really fancy the taste of their fruits, but the rest I loved it!). Pat had something of a dish (I’m sorry I honestly forgot what he ordered, all I know was that it was yummy and it had some eggs and some seaweeds).
I must say, the prices were quite okay for the servings 🙂 I mean unlimited soup, cabbage and rice 🙂 Come on! 🙂 Where can you get that? From Yabu of course! 🙂 Oh and don’t forget their sauce, I don’t know what it’s called however upon ordering, they will give you a bowl of sesame seeds and pestle for the sauce. You just have to grind it until you smell the fragrant aroma then you add their sauce and then you get something of a pasty kind of mixture with a tangy taste.
We also had some photos taken because we’re cool like that haha.