8 Sulit Sushi Dishes You’re Going to Want to Catch This Weekend


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Nothing beats good sushi. For this list, we showcase the best sushi you can get without hurting your wallet – From rolls to sashimi, there’s something for every sushi lover here!

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Soru Ichiban Maki – Soru Izakaya

Influenced by the Robotayaki style of Izakaya, Soru Izakaya offers a tasteful blend of after-work gastropub drinks accompanied with fresh Japanese eats. From sashimi plates and savory yakitori combinations to refreshing beverages and speakeasy cocktails, Soru Izakaya completes the whole modern Japan experience that brings you a glimpse of the Tokyo night life. 

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140 Maginhawa St., Sikatuna Village, Diliman, Quezon City
(0917) 704-0515

Dynamite Roll – Shinsen Sushi Bar and Restaurant

Shinsen is a homegrown local sushi bar and restaurant serving authentic Japanese food fare made with only the freshest ingredients available in the market. They have an extensive menu including sushi rolls, sashimi, Japanese steak, affordable donburi bowls, bento lunch sets and more.

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2/F Hampton Gardens Arcade, C Raymundo Ave, Maybunga, Pasig
(0977) 855-1105

Sunrise Maki – Agezuki Japanese Cuisine

Agezuki is a small Japanese restaurant, simple and straightforward. Known to Katipunan locals for their good quality yet affordable sushi, the place offers a collection of sushi, teppanyaki, tempura, rice bowls and bento sets. 

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A Francisco Bldg, 83 Katipunan Ave,White Plains, Quezon City
+63 932 715-0051

Pretty Much Everything at Ta Ke Ho Me

Ta Ke Ho Me (Take Me Home) is a small sushi stand offering quick Japanese take out for people on-the-go.

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52 Sgt. Esguerra Ave (near Tomas Morato), South Triangle, Quezon City
(0977) 857-8744

BDR Platter – Omakase

Searching for the best Japanase place that serves unique mouth-watering sushi? Look no further! Omakase brings you only the best fusion paired with perfect drinks and more.

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Aburi Maki – Ooma

A homegrown concept by The Moment Group serving the best Aburi Makis in town, Ooma is a bold take on casual Japanese fare. Playful and creative dishes, paired with a range sakes are all served in a buzzy Tsukiji Market-like setting.

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3/F Mega Fashion Hall, SM Megamall, Mandaluyong

Temaki Sushi – Chaya

Chaya is a charming and homey restaurant serving fresh and contemporary Japanese cuisine. Chaya provides ‘authentic Japanese cuisine, wholesome food and healthy lifestyle’, headed by Chef Sonoko Taguchi.

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72 Legarda Road, Ferdinand Happy Homes, Baguio City
(074) 424-4726

Kaiten Sushi – Genki Sushi

Genki Sushi from Japan is the pioneer of Kaiten Sushi, or sushi served on a conveyor belt. Genki innovates this concept with their made to order sushi that’s served on a bullet train conveyor belt. Menu includes a variety of fresh sushi, maki, ramen, tempura and more.

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Nigiri Sushi Mori – Nihonbashi Tei

Nihonbashi Tei is a humble izakaya offering an extensive list of authentic Japanese specialties at fairly affordable prices. Their menu includes sushi, ramen, yakitori, curries, donburi, chirashi and many more.

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281 Tomas Morato, Diliman, Quezon City
+63 2 441-5395

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