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Ain’t no party like a sushi party!

The hunt for the best grub doesn’t stop at restaurants. Great food is found everywhere, from the grandest of restaurants to small kiosks around the corner, and we’re here to prove that to you with an easy potluck offering that everyone loves: the party-size sushi platter.

NOTE: Prices are subject to change without notice. Kindly call in advance for orders and current rates.

They say you should never arrive at a party empty-handed, so forget the usual bottle of wine – these assortments of sushi will do the trick.

Kessaku – Alabang

Kessaku is a casual restaurant serving a full range of authentic, top-quality Japanese food. True to their name, the word “kessaku” (pronounced kessah-koo, accent on the ‘koo’) translates to “creating masterpieces.” Their no-frills menu includes everything from sushi boats to tempura, wagyu cubes, and more.

Sushi Platter price:
₱1,488-₱1,595 (48 pieces assorted sushi, good for 6-8pax);
₱2,399-₱3,550 (78 pieces/80 pieces assorted sushi, good for 12-15 pax)
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Insider tip: You can get free California Maki if you bring your own platter.

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G/F Commercenter Building, Filinvest, Alabang
(02) 8403-3445

Oomori – Banawe

Oomori Japanese Cuisine offers a wide variety of Japanese food like sushi, rolls, sashimi, temaki, rice meals and many more. Their menu does not limit to traditional Japanese dishes.

Sushi Platter price: ₱660 - ₱1,600
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One Banawe Complex, Banawe St cor Calamba St, Quezon City
(02) 7799-2460

Shinsen Sushi Bar and Restaurant – Pasig

Shinsen is a new homegrown Japanese restaurant that currently has two branches in Pasig City. Choose from their selection of local and imported sashimi and their freshly-made unique rolls like their bestselling Dynamite Roll. Read more.

Sushi Platter price: ₱1,568
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North Tower, The Sapphire Bloc Building, Sapphire Road cor Onyx and Garnet St, Ortigas, Pasig
(0977) 855-1105

Teriyaki Boy – various branches

Teriyaki Boy, owned by the Max’s Group, is a casual dining Japanese restaurant with dozens of outlets around the country. They serve dishes like gyoza, beef donburi, yakisoba and sushi rolls.

Sushi Platter price: ₱929.50 (a combination of 10 different rolls and sushi).
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Insider tip: Enjoy Two Japanese Roasted Milk Teas for just ₱180 ₱99!

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Sushi Nori – various branches

Sushi Nori is Manila’s first temakeria. Inspired by the traditional techniques of Japan and the creative direction of Brazil, Sushi Nori is the perfect playground for sushi goodness, it serves a wide selection of fun sushi and temaki rolls. They currently have four sushi platter varieties available and even sushi cakes for a unique birthday experience.

Sushi Platter price: ₱1,799-₱2,099 (52 pieces)
Insider tip: Enjoy 2 Tamago Aburi Nigiri for just ₱198 ₱129!

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Ta Ke Ho Me – various branches

Ta Ke Ho Me is a sushi stand located right across ABS-CBN in Quezon City that offers sushi boxes ideal for take-out orders (but they also have a small dining area for quick lunch breaks). This homegrown take-out concept store sounds simple enough, yet no one else has thought of it. It’s genius and answers to a lot of diners’ concerns– speed, taste, and variety.

Sushi Platter price: ₱489 (49 pieces); ₱969 (80 pieces)
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Kimono Ken – various branches

Kimono Ken has grown to be one of the most loved homegrown Japanese restaurants in the metro. It’s quite surprising for some of its patrons that they actually have sushi bilaos available for takeout because the resto is popular for dine in customers. 

Sushi Platter price: ₱1,050 - ₱1,500
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Go Sushi – Sikatuna Village

Go Sushi is an affordable Japanese restaurant tucked away inside the foodie streets of Quezon City.  Their Royal Supreme Bilao is a delightful combination of their eight bestselling makis that sells for only P1499. Other party trays of their dishes are also available.

Sushi Platter price: ₱1,999 (56 pieces)
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Insider tip: Enjoy Buy 1 Get 1 Mix & Match Sushi for just ₱598 ₱299!

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124 V. Luna Extension, Sikatuna Village, Diliman, Quezon City
(0977) 841-0614

Gryn Wasabi – various branches

Gryn Wasabi has been delivering your party needs for a few years now and chances are you didn’t even know that you already had one of these at one of your parties. It’s one of the most affordable options in this list so take advantage of its competitive price range while you still can!

Sushi Platter price: ₱300 (30 pieces); ₱500 (50 pieces); ₱700 (80 pieces); ₱900 (110 pieces).
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Maki Sushi Express Factory – delivery only

Maki Sushi Express serves heart-shaped platters filled with assorted maki,
sushi rolls, salmon sashimi, tuna sashimi, wagyu sailor beef cubes, and tofu cheese sticks only available for pick-up and delivery. P.S. Order in advance to secure a schedule if you’re preparing for that big party.

Sushi Platter price: ₱350 - ₱1,395

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0917 481 1121

Kanzen Sushi Roll – various branches

Bringing authentic and affordable sushi to a neighborhood near you, Kanzen Sushi Roll provides an array of sushi platters, maki, and salads.

Sushi Plater price: ₱420 (40 pieces); ₱1,850 (200 pieces).
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Omakase – multiple branches

From its humble beginning as a small sushi takeout counter, Omakase has grown into a popular Japanese fusion place for unique, mouth-watering, affordable sushi rolls within Metro Manila. Their Sushi Boat serves 31 pieces of sashimi, nigiri, mount fuji roll, and sunset roll for ₱1,350.

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