Karate Kid serves Japanese-American favorites to more Pinoys with new store in Quiapo

Karate Kid, home to the metro’s favorite Japanese-American specialties, gives more Filipinos a chance to experience its delectable offerings as it opens its newest store in Quiapo, the first one for 2013.

Karate Kid EVP Raymond Yap with (from L-R) former COMELEC Commissioner Rene Sarmiento, former PNP Director General Nicanor Bartolome and Manila Complaint and Action Team Chief Franklin Gacutan formally open the Karate Kid store in Quiapo.
Karate Kid EVP Raymond Yap with (from L-R) former COMELEC Commissioner Rene Sarmiento, former PNP Director General Nicanor Bartolome and Manila Complaint and Action Team Chief Franklin Gacutan formally open the Karate Kid store in Quiapo.

“The market for Japanese fusion cuisine has shown steady growth through the years and we feel that Karate Kid has greatly contributed to that,” says Karate Kid EVP Raymond Yap. “After the success of Karate Kid’s five store openings last year, we continue to strengthen our commitment to provide Filipinos with the brand’s signature Japanese-American delights as we expand in key areas in the metro.”

Also present at the opening of Karate Kid were former Philippine National Police (PNP) Director General Nicanor Bartolome, former COMELEC Commissioner Rene Sarmiento, and Manila Complaint & Action Team Chief Franklin Gacutan.

Visit Karate Kid’s newest store in Quiapo and get your Japanese fusion food fix with bestsellers like the Sizzling Spicy Squid Tempura, Chicken Teriyaki, Beef Gyudon, Kido Master Burger and Japanese Mochi Halo-Halo today

Karate Kid now serving more Japanese-American favorites with three new stores

Japanese-American fusion restaurant Karate Kid brings its exciting flavors to even more Filipinos as it opens three new stores that include one in Farmer’s Plaza in Araneta Center, another in Lucky Chinatown Mall in Binondo, Manila, and a store in Graceland Mall beside Bulacan State University.

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Guests enjoyed a diverse selection of mouthwatering Japanese-American dishes at Karate Kid in Farmer’s Plaza.

“In order to widen our reach and be more accessible to our diners, Karate Kid has been aggressive in terms of expansion starting 2011,” says Karate Kid EVP Raymond Yap. “We are targeting to open more stores to increase brand awareness among our target consumers and provide them with more venues to enjoy the Karate Kid favorites that they have come to love.” (more…)

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