On Wednesdays, we eat sushi.
Nothing beats good sushi. For this list, we showcase some of the best value-for-money sushi you can get in the Metro.
Also read: Check out our new Buy 1 Get 1 deals this week!
From rolls to sashimi, there’s something for every sushi lover here. The best part? You don’t have to hurt your wallet to enjoy them
Genki Sushi – multiple branches
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. Genki Sushi’s roll prices depend on your order. They can go from ₱90 – ₱180!
What to order: Hana sushi, Trio salmon, and more
Red Hana Sushi – multiple branches
A Quezon City favorite, Red Hana Sushi has become the go-to for affordable and satisfying Japanese dining. From sushi rolls to rice bowls, satisfy your cravings at Red Hana Sushi!
Insider tip: Enjoy TWO orders of California Maki for only
Go Sushi – multiple branches
Enjoy fast, fresh, and fun sushi from Go Sushi! Serving up authentic, tasty, and convenient platters of sushi, Go Sushi is perfect for big parties at the office, home, or with friends.
What to order: Black Sesame Salmon
Teriyaki Boy – multiple 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. Their California Rolls go for only P85 for 4 pcs.!
What to order: California Rolls
You can get Buy One Get One Japanese Roasted Milk Tea for only P99!
Nikkei – multiple branches
Headed by Argentinian Chef Christian Cejas, Nikkei is making waves as the first Peruvian-Japanese Sushi Bar in Manila. Venture into this a one-of-a-kind dining experience and discover an inspired twist on Japanese cuisine. Their selection of maki ranges from ₱150 – ₱300.
Insider tip: Book a table with Booky and get up to ₱500 off your bill!
What to order: Maki
Izakaya Flame – Uptown Mall
Izakaya Flame serves teppanyaki, yakitori, sushi, tempura, ramen, takoyaki, donburi, and maki. This is their first branch in the Metro. If you opt for their sushi menu, their range of makis start as low as ₱125!
What to order: Tuna sushi aburi, Spicy beef roll
You can also try their Unlimited Package that comes with unli sushi, yakitori, and rice bowls for only ₱375 per head for a group of 4!!
Mr. Roboto Modern Japanese – Alabang Town Center
Mr. Roboto is a retro-themed restaurant with graphic anime artwork and interior. They serve traditional Japanese dishes with a modern twist. Their modern sushi selection ranges from ₱220 – ₱495.
What to order: Ika Nigiri and more
Aburi – multiple branches
What to order: Salmon Aburi
Insider tip: Enjoy One Kylie Jenner Roll and Lorenzo Maki for only
Sushi Nori – multiple branches
Sushi Nori is the first temakeria in the country that offers grab-and-go sushi. Try 26 different flavors to be made into a hand-rolled temaki or a 6-pc sushi rolls set. They also serve salads and sushi bowls.
Insider tip: Using the Booky app, you can get Buy 1 Get 1 Tamago Aburi for just ₱129!
What to order: Tamago Aburi
JiPan Cafe and Bakeshop – multiple branches
Jipan Cafe and Bakeshop has been offering authentic Japanese cuisine since 1992. They offer assorted breads and a wide selection of sweet and savory pastries. Their Salmon Set is ₱520 and already comes with spicy salmon roll, salmon sushi, and spicy salmon temaki!
What to order: Salmon set
Soru Izakaya – multiple branches
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. Soru Ichiban Makis go for ₱240-₱480.
Insider tip: Get up to ₱300 off your bill when you book a table with Booky!
What to order: Soru Ichiban Maki
Shinsen Sushi Bar and Restaurant – multiple branches
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. The Dynamite Roll goes for ₱298.
Insider tip: Get up to ₱300 off your bill when you book a table with Booky!
What to order: Dynamite Roll
Haru Sushi Bar & Restaurant – Kapitolyo
Haru Sushi Bar & Restaurant, from the same owners of another Kapitolyo favorite Cafe Juanita, is a casual dining spot serving affordable Japanese cuisine. The sakura-filled interiors with a bridge smack at the middle adds to the authenticity and romance of the place. The Tuna Avocado/Mango Cheese roll costs ₱420.
Insider tip: Get up to ₱100 off your bill when you book a table with Booky!
What to order: Tuna Avocado/Mango Cheese Maki
Agezuki Japanese Cuisine – Katipunan
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. The Sunrise Maki only costs ₱200!
What to order: Sunrise Maki
Ta Ke Ho Me – multiple branches
Ta Ke Ho Me (Take Me Home) is a small sushi stand offering quick Japanese take out for people on-the-go. For an 8-piece roll at Ta Ke Ho Me, it’ll only cost ₱99!
What to order: Anything on the menu
Omakase – multiple branches
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. Their humongous platters are clearly for sharing and are between ₱485 – ₱755.
What to order: JSC/TOP/BDR/SAR Platter
JSC Platter - Jurassic Roll, Seabreeze Roll, Crazy Maki (₱755) TOP Platter - Tiger Eye, Omakase Roll, Philadelphia Roll (₱690) BDR Platter - Boston Roll, Dynamite Roll, Rising Sun (₱650) SAR Platter - Salmon Skin, American Dream, Rock n Roll Maki (₱485)
Ooma – multiple branches
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 of sakes are all served in a buzzy Tsukiji Market-like setting. Aburi Makis at Ooma range from ₱295 – ₱355 and all of it is worth it!
What to order: Aburi Maki
Roku – multiple branches
Roku Sushi + Ramen is a modern Japanese restaurant that serves ramen, donburi, sushi rolls, and other unique Japanese concept dishes. All of Roku’s rolls are between ₱189 – ₱349, making it a go-to for students in the Katipunan area.
What to order: S.S. Roll and more
Nihonbashi Tei – multiple branches
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.
What to order: Sushi Donmono Set
81 Seihai – multiple branches
81 Seihai is a newly opened fusion sushi lounge offering favorites from Japanese cuisine such as a selection of maki, ebi tempura, as well as cocktails. Their most affordable roll (Kappa maki) is just ₱100, while the priciest goes for ₱390 (Dragon Roll).
What to try: Salmon Sakai
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