Go Bento offers customers quick relief of their Japanese food cravings. It is located at Bonifacio High Street which actually benefits employees within the area. Definitely a food on the go for busy BGC people!
Pre-cooked food are kept warm on the food stalls – from maki, sushi, donburis and now they also offer ramen. If the food of your choice is out of stock, you can tell the cashier and it will be prepared instantly for you. However, I don’t think they’ll cook new food on request if there are still stocks left on the food stalls.
I tried their Gyudon which costs 175Php. It’s cheaper than most gyudons in the area and for that price, it’s reasonably good. Go Bento actually became my go-to place when I suddenly craved for gyudon.
I have also tried their Hambagu Curry. It doesn’t taste like authentic curry because as I’ve said, Go Bento offers pre-cooked meals. Nevertheless, I think their curry meal, despite being pre-cooked, is still better than Nadai Fujisoba’s.
The place is also spacious and clean. They also strictly implement self-service.
Go Bento is more of a convenient store than a restaurant. It is one of the food establishments I frequent since service is fast and prices are affordable. I’ll recommend that you try it too!