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December 01, 2015

GENKI SUSHI PHILIPPINES: Japanese Sushi Train in Manila (A Review)

December 01, 2015

GENKI SUSHI PHILIPPINES: Japanese Sushi Train in Manila (A Review)




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One of our favorite places to eat in Tokyo with the kids is HamaZushi, where the sushi is served on a conveyor belt and the entire ordering process is automated. Our boys love how interactive ordering is, plus you can make your own green tea, and the quality of sushi is OK.

I'm happy that Genki Sushi opened in the metro with a similar automated concept, with the sushi served via cute trains straight from the kitchen. Here's our review of Genki Sushi Philippines...

 

GENKI SUSHI PHILIPPINES
The Original and Authentic Kaiten Sushi from Japan
2nd level of the Bonifacio Stopover Pavilion, 31st cor. Rizal Drive, Bonifacio Global City.
Telephone: +632 624-2867
Facebook: Genki Sushi Philippines
Email: info@genkisushi.com.ph
Operating Hours
:
Sunday to Thursday: 11:00 am-10:00 pm,
Friday and Saturday: 11:00 am-11:00 pm

Note: Credit Cards accepted 




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You order via a touchscreen (Note: all orders are final). It can get a bit overwhelming if it's your first time.

Genki Sushi menu: Sushi (P60), Sushi (P80), Sushi (P200) | Sushi (P120), Sushi (P150), Sashimi | Side Order, Rice/Noodle, Appetizer  

 

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★ Chuka Wakame (P130) 

Our favorite seaweed appetizer--healthy, tasty, and even the kids love it.

 

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Fried Tofu Skin (P60)  

A cheaper appetizer option that is a kid-pleaser.

 

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★ Steamed Egg Custard (P120) 

We ordered this for Baby Yugi, which he enjoyed throughout our meal.

 

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Edamame (P80) 

My wife's favorite, but I'm not really a fan it to begin with.

 

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Important Note: Children under 7 years of age are not allowed to sit in the inner area of the booth.

 

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★ Salmon Sashimi (P200) 

The salmon was good but the quality of the sashimi was just OK.

 

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★ Spicy Salmon (P80) 

One of my favorites for a tasty and satisfying sushi option.

 

Genki Sushi-25.jpgFried Chicken Gunkan (P60) 

I'm not a fan of fried stuff. You get what you pay for with this sushi.

 

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Tempura Shrimp (P120) 

The boys loved this, but the tempura was a bit small and not as crunchy.

 

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Green Tea 

You can make your own green tea by putting green tea powder in your cup and adding hot water.

  

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The pickled ginger is also fun to eat. Use this to cleanse your palate in between bites.

 

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The boys were empowered to order. It's like dinner time was turned into a game for them. :)

 

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You can always check your bill and give your kids a budget to work with.

 

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★ Chicken Teriyaki Don (P190) 

The chicken teriyaki and the black pepper chicken are good rice topping options for the kids.

 

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★ Chirashi Don (P190) 

Order this rice topped with mixed sushi. It's a better deal instead of ordering the sushi one by one.

 

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★ Grill River Eel (P150) 

Our favorite sushi on the menu! :)

 

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Stack your small plates and check these against the bill as each one corresponds to the price of the sushi/sashimi.

 

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Overall, a fun experience to eat with the kids. The quality of sushi and sashimi is just OK, but the automated ordering process makes this Japanese fast food a worthwhile destination. 

Start off with the Chuka Wakame, Steamed Egg Custard, and Green Tea. We recommend following with the Salmon Sashimi, Spicy Salmon Sushi, and the River Eel Sushi. Stay away from the fried stuff as much as possible.

End with Chicken Teriyaki Don, Black Pepper Chicken Don, and Chirashi Sushi. Budget about P500/head.

For dessert, I suggest going to Family Mart on the ground floor for some soft ice cream. :)

 

GENKI SUSHI PHILIPPINES
The Original and Authentic Kaiten Sushi from Japan
2nd level of the Bonifacio Stopover Pavilion, 31st cor. Rizal Drive, Bonifacio Global City.
Telephone: +632 624-2867
Facebook: Genki Sushi Philippines
Email: info@genkisushi.com.ph
Operating Hours
:
Sunday to Thursday: 11:00 am-10:00 pm,
Friday and Saturday: 11:00 am-11:00 pm

Note: Credit Cards accepted

 

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Founder, www.OurAwesomePlanet.com 

Disclosure: We paid for our meal. I wrote this article with my biases, opinions, and insights. Read Our Awesome Planet Complete Disclosure Policy here.  

P.S. Warning: They have limited drink options.

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