Homare in Alabang is Bellevue Manila's Newest Japanese Concept - LA Wine & Dine

Japanese food has long been a favorite to many Filipinos looking for some fresh sushi and tasty grilled meats. Thankfully, for those living down South, there’s a new spot to try that also has some quality yakiniku. The Bellevue Manila has made a new upgrade with their in-house Japanese restaurant. Homare, meaning “glory, honor, and reputation,” opened its doors last July 30 to welcome honored guests for a preview of their Japanese specialties and grilled fare.

Yakiniku Room
Patrick Chan, Managing Director of Bellevue Manila, welcomes guests to Homare’s grand opening. (Photograph by Kieran Punay)

The zen-inspired restaurant boasts sleek modern interiors with a sprinkling of traditional design to bring together Homare’s modern aesthetic while preserving traditional flavor and qualities. As is expected from its homebase in the five-star hotel.

Homare’s bright and open interiors.

The spacious newcomer can comfortably fit over 100 guests with two private rooms making Homare a prime spot for events and business meetings.

You can choose to have your meats grilled for you or cook them yourself.

While its interiors are a reflection of Homare’s elevated meaning, its real definition shines in its menu. Its vast menu has every Japanese dish you can think of. From Teishoku and Gozen set meals to healthy hot pots, their menu is an abundance of standard favorites to fusion must-trys.

With a variety of noodles dishes with soba and udon choices, sushi and sashimi, and even an extensive donburi selection – Homare accommodates any kind of Japanese craving. Check out some of their dishes below.

Homare Roll
Tempura Set
Unagi Kabayaki
Katsuo Tataki Salad

Homare is located at the 2nd floor, The Bellevue Manila, Northgate Ave, Alabang, Muntinlupa, Metro Manila. For reservations, contact (+632) 771-8181.

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