Japan is steeped in centuries of diverse customs thanks to its culture’s exceptional preservation. In many ways, including in food, it is a global force that we cannot ignore. The Japanese are famed for their meticulous attention to detail and appreciation of food’s artistic quality, and these qualities shine through in every dish they create. Thankfully, the Botejyu menu provides the next best thing to eat at a restaurant in Japan.

Botejyu offers a wide variety of delicious food items. Botejyu’s unique selling point is that it helps more people enjoy Japan’s rejuvenated regions’ delicious, traditional cuisine. After perusing its intriguing menu, one may feel certain that they will discover every regional specialty gourmet dish in Japan. Check out what this intriguing establishment serving traditional Japanese food has in store for you.

Here is the latest Botejyu menu with prices in the Philippines:

Chicken Meals

C1 1Pc Chicken (Medium)₱120.00
C1 1Pc Chicken (Large)₱130.00
C8 2Pc Chicken (Medium)₱203.00
C8 2Pc Chicken (Large)₱213.00
C2 2Pc Chicken (Medium)₱235.00
C2 2pc Chicken (Large)₱245.00
C3 1Pc Chicken (Medium) ₱174.00
C3 1Pc Chicken (Large)₱184.00
C4 1Pc Chicken (Medium)₱179.00
C4 1Pc Chicken (Large)₱204.00
C5 1Pc Chicken (Medium) ₱155.00
C5 1Pc Chicken (Large)₱165.00
C6 1Pc Chicken (Medium)₱194.00
C6 1Pc Chicken (Large)₱204.00
C7 1Pc Chicken (Medium)₱204.00
C7 1Pc Chicken (Large)₱214.00


B1 Chicken French Quarter (Medium)₱245.00
B1 Chicken French Quarter (Large)₱270.00
B2 U.S Spicy Chicken (Medium)₱252.00
B2 U.S Spicy Chicken (Large)₱277.00
B3 Chicken Burger (Medium) ₱152.00
B3 Chicken Burger (Large) ₱177.00
B4 Shrimp Burger (Medium) ₱222.00
B4 Shrimp Burger (Large) ₱247.00
B5 Fish Burger (Medium)₱212.00
B5 Fish Burger (Large)₱237.00

Fries and Drinks (Have it Upsized)

Fries (Medium)₱25.00
Fries (Large)₱40.00
Pineapple / Lemonade (Medium)v20.00
Pineapple / Lemonade (Large)₱30.00

Biscuits and Fluffy Pancakes

F1 Fluffy Pancake and Drink₱96.00
F2 Fluffy Pancake Chocolate Ala Mode and Drink₱129.00
F3 Fluffy Pancake Caramel Ala Mode and Drink₱129.00
F4 Mild Fluffy Pancake Savory and Drink₱175.00
Box of 6 (Honey)₱245.00
Box of 3 (Honey)₱125.00
Box of 3 (Assorted)₱150.00
Single (Honey)₱46.00
Single (White Chocolate)₱56.00
Single (Hazelnut)₱56.00

Sides and Desesert

Mac 'N' Cheese Hot Pops (Regular)₱70.00
Mac 'N' Cheese Hot Pops (Medium)₱120.00
Mac 'N' Cheese Hot Pops (Large)₱220.00
Creamy Crab Soup₱81.00
Mashed Potato₱45.00
Cajun Fries (Medium)₱71.00
Cajun Fries (Large)₱91.00
Cajun Rice₱51.00
White Rice ₱36.00
Float (Chocolate or Caramel)₱65.00
Sundae (Chocolate or Caramel)₱49.00


Coca Cola (Medium)₱61.00
Coca Cola (Large)₱71.00
Coke Zero (Medium)₱61.00
Coke Zero (Large)₱71.00
Sprite (Medium)₱61.00
Sprite (Large)₱71.00
Mug Rootbeer (Medium)₱61.00
Mug Rootbeer (Large)₱71.00
Iced Tea / Lemonade / Pineapple (Medium)₱71.00
Iced Tea / Lemonade / Pineapple (Large)₱76.00
Bottled Water₱40.00


3Pc Chicken Tenders₱115.00
10 Pc Chicken Tenders₱345.00
Tenders with Biscuit and Drink (Medium)₱175.00
Tenders with Biscuit and Drink (Large)₱185.00
Tenders with Fries and Drinks (Medium)₱205.00
Tenders with Fries and Drinks (Large)₱230.00
Tenders with Rice and Drinks (Medium)₱175.00
Tenders with Rice and Drinks (Large)₱185.00


Spag Fam Fave₱240.00
Spaghetti and Drink (Medium)₱100.00
Spaghetti and Drink (Large)₱110.00

Valentines Heart Biscuit Trio (Box of Three)


Chicken Crunch


Chicken Trio


Botejyu Best Sellers

Popeyes Chicken

All-Star Takoyaki

Botejyu serves some of the greatest takoyaki in the metro, and if you can’t decide between their many delicious flavors, try the All-star Takoyaki. This Instagram-worthy platter includes six different sauces and tastes to complement the fluffy center and crispy outside of these ball-shaped treats: umami sauce and mayo, tomato sauce, fiery mentai mayo, rich, spicy sauce, and salt and garlic sauce.

Okonomiyaki and Okosabe

Okonomiyaki at Botejyu, the restaurant’s signature dish, is wholesome and unique because of the freshest cabbage and other vegetables that are folded into the house batter.

Among all the okos, the Premium Moonlight Oko is the one we suggest you go with. It’s packed with meat and richness yet manages to keep its light, airy texture on the interior.

Okosabe is a cross between okonomiyaki and yakisoba, so if you’re daring, give it a go. Because of the noodles, you can count on this dish being heartier. You should get the Beef and Negi Okosoba if you opt for this option.

Pork Paitan Ramen with Char Siu

Botejyu is best known as an okonomiyaki and okosoba powerhouse, so its ramen will come as quite a shock to first-time visitors. However, their ramen is wonderful, from the velvety broth to the chewy noodles. Variety, taste, and texture were all amplified by adding the delicate char-siu and perfectly cooked tamago.

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Rice Bowl Selections

Botejyu has specialties revolving around rice. The Grilled BBQ Pork Rice Bowl Hokkaido Style is an excellent main course since it provides a variety of healthy vegetables together with the delicious charred pork. If you’re feeling really hungry, we recommend the Amiyaki Grilled Pork Rice Bowl, which has Japanese rice, salad, and grilled pork in a sweet and satisfying sauce.

If you’re looking for other Japanese restaurants, you can also check out Yabu, Marugame Udon, or Pepper Lunch!

Botejyu Delivery

There is no need to wait for a seat at the branches. Order Botejyu’s genuine Japanese cuisine with major food delivery apps GrabFood or Foodpanda. If you want to try some of Botejyu’s delicious food, you must download one of their apps, find the restaurant closest to you, and make an order.

Frequently Asked Questions

What does Botejyu mean?

Unfortunately, you won’t see the delicious term “Botejyu” in any Japanese dictionary. The reason for this is because Botejyu is a clever portmanteau of “Bote” (the sound made by a freshly flipped okonomiyaki) and “Jyu” (the pleasant sizzle sound made by the food while it cooks on the teppan grill).

Does Botejyu offer set meals?

Yes, Botejyu offers meal packages for three and four people. These sets often include ramen, a rice bowl, various sides like yakitori or sushi, rice, and drinks.

About Botejyu in the Philippines

The origin of Okonomiyaki in Botejyu may be traced back to 1946 in Tamade, Osaka, when Japan was still reeling from the effects of the war. Using the readily accessible American flour, Botejyu’s Eikichi Nishino created okonomiyaki and served it with mayonnaise. Mayonnaise is often used to top okonomiyaki, but Botejyu pioneered this technique.

Botejyu 2 1
Botejyu 2 1

The modernyaki, also known as okosoba, emerged in Japan during significant economic expansion. Okosoba, which combined okonomiyaki with yakisoba, was one of several innovative dishes Botejyu introduced to the market to satisfy consumers’ cravings.

After more than seventy years in business, every Botejyu location throughout Japan, Singapore, Korea, Taiwan, Vietnam, and Thailand continues to serve traditional Japanese cuisine. Botejyu opened its doors to Filipino foodies in July 2016 at its Mall of Asia Branch. Now, at least 60 Botejyu branches serve Japanese goodness across the Philippines.

Botejyu restaurant store front
Botejyu Restaurant Storefront

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