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Simple Eats: Mogu in BGC

13 Dec

Sorry, I’ve been MIA for a few weeks now. The past few weeks have been hectic starting off with the various bazaars that we’ve been joining and that I’ve organized.Will post more about that soon. Anyhow, last week, we managed to sneak in a day off from the bazaar selling and took Warren to Bonifacio Global for some leisure time. Despite coming from Japan, my MIL was still craving for some Chirashidon so we decided to give Mogu a try. Mogu did not disappoint. Mogu serves the freshest ingredients in relatively good portion sizes. I’ve been on South Beach hiatus last week though I still shy away as much as possible from rice. Warren though loved the rice so much that he ate quite a lot of it. We mixed the rice with a little of the Harami sauce. More of that later.

Ambiance
Simple Japanese furnishings. This is a no frills Japanese restaurant at the heart of Bonifacio Global Center.
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Mogu means bite and shinshen means fresh. Both words that define the concept of this Japanese restaurant.
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ON THE TABLE
Spicy Tuna Sushi
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Uni Sushi
Milky, fresh and oh so yummy!
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Chirashi Don
This is what we came here for and this didn’t disappoint.
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Stuffed Squid
Stuffed with tofu and mushrooms, this was a surprisingly good dish. Warren also got to enjoy the stuffings.
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Tempura
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Harami
This is one of the restaurant’s specialties, prime steak mixed in their special Mogu sauce with Edamame rice. Warren loved the rice and ate quite a bunch along with the Mogu sauce. This is a must try!
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Spicy Chicken Cheese Katsu
Didn’t get to try this but by the looks of what’s left, this seems to be a winner as well.
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Warren and the Restaurant
Warren loved the food in this restaurant as evidenced by how much food he ate.
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Growing up pretty fast, huh?
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DETAILS
Mogu
Bonifacio Global Center

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