7.213 Grilled Wagyu Roll (TERSP 12)


5 (Fri) August 2016

Grilled Wagyu Roll


at Mogu Bar & Grill

-Serendra Piazza, Taguig-

with the family

TERSP.  Try Every Restaurant in Serendra Piazza.  The family now living in Manila, our new home is in the One Serendra condominium complex.  The complex includes a mini-mall (“Serendra Piazza”) dedicated primarily to food and drink, with 23 restaurants (plus additional dessert/snack joints).  We’re going eat our way through all the restaurants (and probably the dessert/snack joints, though not as part of TERSP).  In contrast to the negative net returns on similar projects conducted by myself in Ermite/Malate, I’m optimistic that The Fort — one of the country’s poshest neighborhoods, where food is taken seriously — won’t disappoint us.  So far, so good.


Each restaurant is listed below in order of preference based on the overall dining experience, including the quality of all dishes tried, cost, service, cleanliness, ambiance, and any other factors that may apply, cumulative through multiple visits (if any).

Mogu Bar and Grill is a Japanese restaurant.  
A little bit of everything.

While the beef in the Grilled Wagyu Roll chewed a bit dry — if actually wagyu, then the label “wagyu” means nothing, apparently — and didn’t play very well with the veg rolled within, it made for the best photo.

Overall, the food was okay.

Harami (3.0) : sliced beef in sweetish soy-sesame sauce, a touch of char — essentially bulgogi — the boys loved it.

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