I have recently received an invite over Facebook from Nands Muniz who happens to be my batchmate in LSGH. It’s been almost 20 years since I last heard from him. I was surprised that he’s aware of my food blogging. This makes me wonder just how much more folks know that I have been doing that for some time already. Anyway, Nands asked me to visit his restaurant and try out their food over Bokaps in Kapitolyo. So off I went to check out his restaurant.
Bokaps is a spot that’s perfect for those who would love to hang out with their friends over Wagyu and drinks. Bokaps derived it’s name apparently from the words “barangay” and “Kapitolyo.”
The place looks very simple yet you would be surprised that their imported Wagyu dishes are available at affordable prices. They also serve Filipino favorites such as sisig, kare-kare, and Wagsilog, which is a meal consisting of Wagyu, sinangag (fried rice), and itlog (egg). Bokaps also serve Wagyu the Japanese way in the form of Wagyu sticks, Wagyu gyoza, and Wagyu teppanyaki.
Everything that we have tried from their menu was much more than what I was expecting. You would actually be surprised that Wagyu can be served in a variety of ways, thanks to Bokaps for letting us try them out.
Having chatted with Nands, he told me that he is thinking up of adding more choices in their menu, which the general dining public would most love. That would actually include sinigang and a couple of other Japanese dishes. It sounds very promising and I really look forward to trying them out once they are already available.