Japanese cuisine is certainly an art. It is a way of life that has been valued and mastered for years. Its preparation requires impeccable ceremonies that make each dish truly enriching and divinely satisfying. In Manila , one name has become synonymous to what is authentic Japanese cuisine – Kimpura, a heritage that spans forty years.
Kimpura, is a name coined from combining Japanese words for gold – “KIM” and tempura – “PURA”, thus taken together to mean “golden tempura”. Its story takes us back to the 70s at the time when it first opened at the Makati Commercial Center which is now popularly known as the Ayala Center, Makati.
Quality and value define dining at Kimpura. Since it opened its first restaurant in Makati, traditional Japanese dining in the Philippines evolved to unparalleled dining pleasure. It has made each visit by its loyal customers a remarkable and satisfying experience. Kimpura proved to be a hallmark to many momentous celebrations among many families then and now. Today, it continues to fascinate its discriminating diners with its innovative surprises and old favorites that make Kimpura truly Japanese through the years.