This little restaurant can be found along the Cavite Highway. If you actually don't know it existed, you would easily miss it for it was a little obscure. Thankfully, the person I was with knew of it and so we ended up trying this place for lunch.
Upon entering, there was nothing really impressive about the place but I did like how it was set up since it reminded me of the Japanese and Chinese shows I used to watch when I was a kid and the restaurant looked exactly like it.
I ordered Chahan and Chicken Teriyaki ala carte and was delighted that it was so big but also crushed coz I knew I wouldn't be able to finish it all.
The Chahan was really good and the Chicken Teriyaki very sweet which was to my liking. I actually really wanted to finish it all but I couldn't so there were 2 slices of the chicken left.
Overall, I really loved Kyo Hachi and feel a bit sad that I most likely won't be able to go here again since its out of the way. However, for those who are passing by the Cavite Highway near Cavite EPZA, please do drop by. It's authentic Japanese food being served and its pretty surreal because your fellow diners are 70% Japanese people.
PS. You can also read these Japanese Comics while waiting for your food. Kudos to the owners for his vast collection. I counted 5 shelves filled with these comics.