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We've Been Seeing This Unagi Dish on Our Feeds; Here's Where to Get It

Step aside, sushi bake.
We've Been Seeing This Unagi Dish on Our Feeds; Here's Where to Get It
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Step aside, sushi bake.

With the recent popularity of sushi bake, layered seafood dishes have become all the rage. This new creation is a treat for lovers of unadon—the Japanese dish of steamed rice topped with unagi, a.k.a. grilled eel. Dubbed the Unagikuu (P2,800/good for four), this dish by Ley’s Kitchen consists of succulent grilled eel on top of scrambled eggs and flavored rice for an umami-filled treat. It doesn't scrimp on the unagi, and the savory-sweetness of the eel goes with the creaminess of the egg and the ultra-flavorful rice.  The tobiko on top also adds extra pops of saltiness that really brings each bite to the next level.

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Ley’s Kitchen accepts orders for pickup from their Quezon City outpost, though you can opt to book your own courier if you prefer to get it delivered. For orders, send a text, Whatsapp, or Viber message to 0917-848-6889 at least two days in advance; payment options include BPI bank deposit or GCash.

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Apart from the Unagikuu, Ley’s Kitchen offers a bounty of other seafood dishes. They’re especially known for their crab dishes—try the Soy Garlic Crab (P7,000/good for five to seven) or the Coconut Curry Crab (P7,000/good for five to seven), both of which use especially juicy crabs that are brimming with meat.

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Ley's Kitchen's take on sushi bake is another crowdpleaser. Dubbed the Ebi Kani Aburi (P2,500/good for five), it's got shrimps and kani on rice, matched with a smoky torched top. And if you must have your meat, Ley’s Kitchen also makes a mean Beef Rendang (P3,500/good for five) that’s especially tender and flavorful.

For orders, send a text, Whatsapp, or Viber message to 0917-848-6889. You can also check out Ley’s Kitchen’s Facebook or Instagram pages.

 

*This story originally appeared on Spot.phMinor edits have been made by the Preview.ph editors.

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