My Yoshinoya Lenten Meal

As Lenten Season kicked off last Ash Wednesday, for forty (40) days, Catholics like me will be abstain in eating pork or beef. If one can make a more sacrifice, fasting is also recommendable where one can choose a meal between the three either breakfast, lunch or dinner.

This is ok with me. Since I am in the process of dieting, abstinence or fasting can be a way also to sacrifice and remembering the Lenten Season.

This is the second actually.

Since I do not have the time to cook as I will be getting late for work in the metro, what I did is to bought take-out food at the mall.

Here is my Yoshinoya meal:

California Maki for P 69.00


Shrimp Tempura – P 35.00 / piece



Kani Salad – P 65.00 / serving


I cannot say that Yoshinoya is the best Japanese restaurant but budget wise, most of the meals are affordable and fresh to eat.

Their best seller which I crave now to eat is the Beef Gyoza.  Anyway, will share my post later about this beef meal.

What is your lenten meal this Friday?

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