May 8, 2018
May 8, 2018

This is why people line up for Kaizen

A BUSY week is coming! But before we start to dig on the unfinished paperworks on our desks, we might wanna go treat ourselves first with really good food ‘coz that’s what we all need to get productive (right?).

Maybe it’s a luck that a friend’s home passes through this new Japanese restaurant in Torres Street, the one beside Davao Wisdom Academy, at the back of D’Leonor Hotel in Bajada – it’s called Kaizen.

My classmate told me once that there are only two ways to find out if a restaurant cooks good food, one is if it’s really crowded and the other is, if you see families or group of friends enjoying their orders- and yup, since Kaizen opens at 5 p.m. until around an hour before it closes (that’s 10 p.m., they serve until 11 p.m.) you’ll see groups of people lining up to dine there.

Read more at http://www.sunstar.com.ph/article/129102/This-is-why-people-line-up-for-Kaizen

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