Tuesday, April 2, 2024


      Don Don Tei, which translates to "Rice Bowl House," made its debut in Abeno, Osaka, in November 1988. Starting with a modest 14-seat bar, it has since grown into a beloved chain with a presence in Hong Kong, the United States, and now, the Philippines. The restaurant is celebrated for its wide selection of donburi, making it a go-to spot for those craving Osaka's finest rice bowls.

 Its parent company, Gourmet Kineya has been at the forefront of bringing authentic Japanese dishes to diners since its inception in 1967. With over 300 shops spread across Japan, the brand has built a reputation for excellence, rooted in its guiding principles: simplicity, convenience, taste, and affordability.

These principles have not only shaped the brand's approach to dining but have also paved the way for its international expansion, including the much-anticipated opening of Don Don Tei in the Philippines.

Don Don Tei stands out not just for its delicious food but also for its commitment to making Japanese cuisine accessible to everyone. 

It offers a selection of easy-Japanese rice bowls and desserts that are pleasing to the eyes and stomachs.

Simple. Convenient. Tasty. Affordable. These are four key guiding principles they follow in building their restaurant empire. It is with this principle that paved way for Gourmet Kineya to bring Don Don Tei to the Philippines. 

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