Update March 2022: HOSAKU is under new management and is now called HOSAKU Asian Grill. https://www.facebook.com/HosakuPH/posts/485206976423278
The first review/video was taken in 2020 before the lockdown, and the second one was in February 2021. I was invited to both events and that was back when they were known as HOSAKU: Yakiniku, Hotpot, & International Buffet. Thank you
In March 2020, FoodieViewsPH and I tried a restaurant called HOSAKU, Fredley Group of Companies’ new brand. Side note: Fredley Group of Companies’ other brands include Macao Imperial Tea, Mitasu Charcoal Yakiniku, Nabe Japanese Izakaya and Hotpot, and Liáng Crispy Rolls. Moving on, HOSAKU offers a spacious and bright place perfect for everyone and all occasions.
HOSAKU, a Japanese word which means bountiful harvest.
Life indeed changed. And it is now time to face and embrace the new normal. With that, HOSAKU is ready to open their doors this Valentine’s Day armed with all the necessary measures to keep both their customers and employees safe.
Since the branch is inside SM North EDSA, visitors must follow the mall’s safety guidelines.
“Safety and cleanliness are keys within the malls. All entering must wear face masks, disinfect at the entrances, and temperature checks are strictly done. Social distancing is practised by both staff and customers especially in supermarkets, drugstores and banks.”
And before entering HOSAKU, each diner must fill out their contact tracing form. HOSAKU has two options: via QR code and paper form. After completing the form, you may now enter the restaurant.
A little note, they have a no mask, no entry policy, thermal scanning, and contactless transaction. Social distancing is a must and to ensure everyone’s safety, HOSAKU has frequent store sanitation.
Are you excited to try them out? Here’s a piece of great news!