Have you tried Kuya Chito’s Takuyaki Japanese Balls? I did, and I keep coming back for more! What I love most about them is they’re made from vegetables, which means I’m filling my tummy with healthy stuff every time I snack on Kuya Chito’s Takuyaki Japanese Balls.
Kuya Chito’s Takuyaki Japanese Balls are made from chopped carrots, cabbage, spring onion, canton noodles, cooked flour and squid. You have two sauces to choose from: hot & spicy and sweet & sour. If you want to have mayonnaise on top of your takuyaki balls, you can have that, too. Plus, you choose your toppings: fish, chicken or beef. Each order, consisting of three takuyaki balls, now costs Php27.00.
Do you want to know a secret? Takuyaki Japanese balls are best eaten hot.
There’s a Kuya Chito’s Takuyaki Japanese Balls cart in the food court of Robinsons Galleria.