Ganchan Japanese Cuisine is located at G/F Starwalk Building. Tikay, Malolos, Bulacan. It is beside Shakey’s and infront of Hap Chan Restaurant so you won’t miss it.
We were able to have dinner at Ganchan last May as I was craving for something Japanese. It is the only nearest restaurant that’s offering Japanese cuisine so we gave it a try. The place is fairly small, attendants were attentive, free lollipops for the kids!, and good food. The attendants were kind enough to tell us what is in the menu. The price for each meal is around P250 and if you are a big eater then I guess it is not enough.
We ordered a bowl of Ramen, a set meal of Chicken Teriyaki ( it comes with miso soup), and uh.. sorry, I’ll update this post once I remember the other 2 set meal. My bad!
The place is fairly small, they do have a second floor but I think it is restricted. It is kid-friendly as they are giving away free lollipops for kids. The walls are full of Gundam picture frames, they also have a collection of Gundam toys which leaves the kids in awe.
Our experience that night is not so fun. We have to finish our food very fast because all the attendants were there watching TV and looking at us/ at our table from time to time it’s as if they were trying to remind us that we have to be fast. They were attentive, yes, the food are tasty, yes, but the servings are too small for the price.
Ganchan Japanese Cuisine
G/F Starwalk Bldg. Tikay, Malolos, Bulacan
Telephone number: (044) 760 – 7297
Cellphone number: +639154338621
how much for the sashimi?
Been there like 5 times, my kids love the food there and the prices are okay
My Husband and I own and manage Gan Chan and we have taken notes of your comments accordingly. We will try to improve our service even more based on your comments. Thank you for visiting us. We hope to serve you soon again. Thank you for your patronage.
Hi Maria Lourdes,
I look forward in visiting your restaurant again as I want to try your other dishes. 🙂
Have a nice day!
I beg to differ. I am there often enough and the portions are just right for one person. Maybe because some of their viands although delicious, are light on the stomach so one does not get that feeling of being over stuffed like you do if you eat lechon, kare-kare, sisig, etc.
Yes, one does get the feeling of being watched but I guess this is out of their zealousness to serve. But I’d rather have this kind of customer treatment than go hoarse trying to call out the inattentive waiters and food servers in other restaurants. Just saying … At any rate, the quality of their food is excellent. Believe me, I have been everywhere in the metropolis sampling Japanese foods (they’re my favorite too) and theirs can compare with the best. More than makes up for the space limitations and whatever else.
Thank you for your comment. But as you can see, what I said is that if you are a “big eater” then “maybe” one serving is not enough.
I have no complains on the attentiveness of the attendants and I do know that the food is excellent.
Have a nice day!