New Kamameshi House

Every Sunday, my family and I visits St. Peter Parish Church to attend the mass and it’s always been a habit for us to dine in somewhere we haven’t visited yet. This time, we went to The New Kamameshi House at Quezon City Circle for lunch.


The restaurant’s interior brings you the old Japanese era of Samurai and Geisha. It reminds me of  Kurosawa’s film Seven Samurai.

Let me share you a photo of me and my family. 🙂


Upon ordering, the waiter provided us with this free, simple delicious appetizer. It was a small serving of the monggo bean sprouts or “toge“.

Tori Kamameshi- Php165.00

Kamameshi (釜飯) literally translates to “kettle rice” and is a traditional Japanese rice dish cooked in an iron pot called a kama. You can eat directly from the kama pot or by transferring the rice to individual bowls.

Yaki Udon- Php270.00

Stir-fried noodles with vegetables, shrimp and chicken meat. It is simple and very popular in Japan.

Yakitori- Php65.00

Yakitori, grilled chicken, is a Japanese type of skewered chicken. The preparation of Yakitori involves skewering the meat with kushi, a type of skewer typically made of steel, bamboo, or similar materials.

Pork Garlic Yaki- Php65.00

Grilled pork with leeks in garlic.

The food at The New Kamameshi House is generally quite decent. My favorite is the Tori Kamameshi (Chicken Rice) which is a total stand out. Our dining experience makes The New Kamameshi House a must visit!


Elliptical Road, Quezon City, Diliman, Quezon City, Metro Manila


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