Kimpura is located at Level 4, Greenbelt 5, Ayala Center, Greenbelt, Makati City. This is a Japanese restaurant near the Greenbelt.The average price range at Kimpura is around ₱ 1,000 / Person,and the opening hours are 11:00 - 20:00.Kimpura is a well-known gourmet restaurant in the Greenbelt area. There are different kinds of food in Kimpura that are worth trying. If you have any questions,please contact +63276216791, +639563427256.
Dined here a couple of times already and have ordered the same thing, beef sukiyaki steak upgraded to fried rice. Already a set meal with soup, salad, pickles, and dessert, it's definitely priced on the high side but is really a value for money. Steak ordered was done to medium rare and is really tender and flavorful.Also tried the ebi tempura and rib eye steak. Both awesome but pricey. Make sure to seat at the teppanyaki grill for the whole show. Servers are also attentive and chefs are friendly.Will definitely go back.
If it is Teppanyaki,Kimpura will always be first in mind.I grew up eating in this restaurant.I used to frequent the greenhills branch since it was so near our house.Of course,best to start and whet the appetite with a few sushi rolls and sashimi.I almost always have the Ribeye and prawn combination or the tenderloin with scallops combination
Food was great but the service is not at par. Reception was not that welcoming. It was hard to call on someone for service. Rice was served earlier than the main dish.
My family has been Kimpura clients since their beginnings in the 70's. (I recall they divided their first restaurant into a tepanyaki side for food cooked on their large flat grills, and another side for food cooked at your table for nabemono or pot meals.) Unless we are out of the country I don't think there has been a run of 8 weeks that we wouldn't eat here! While they have just about everything Japanese cuisine can offer, I can vouch for their kakiage (deep fried vegetable fritters) and sukiyaki (beef and vegetable pot dish), which are the best anywhere! Also great options are their yakitori (barbecued chicken thigh fillets) and mixed fried rice! Try any of these and you'll be Kimpura fans, too!
Like any other Japanese restaurants who values their food as an art, the proper preparation was mastered for years and to deliver satisfying food.Here’s what we ordered:Set of Sushi – Fresh and delicious, although I haven’t tried all of them as I’m afraid I will taste the fishy part and totally avoid sushi for the rest of my life, since this is my third time eating sushi, I didn’t love the first one, but I did enjoy the second one and third time.TEMPURA WITH VEGGIES – This one is crunchy and delicious, they veggies will help you remove the satiate you have. best partnered with the Sushi it will neutralize the taste.Overall experience: This restaurant has truly kept the fire burning as I’ve heard that they are the very first restaurants who survived up to this day–it cannot be questioned because they are truly masters the art of preparing Japanese cuisine, food are very fresh and delicious, staffs are easy to approach, the place is very clean and tidy.