New Japanese x Filipino Dishes | Genki Sushi

How awesome to see those little bullet trains that deliver your freshly made sashimi and sushi? It's way too cool because Genki Sushi is known for it. Instead of having the traditional waiter who will take orders, you can just place them on the tablet and everything will be delivered right next to your table. In my experience, I super enjoyed it as this was something new to me!

Genki Sushi was established in Japan in 1990 and continue to expand their branches globally including the Philippines. Now, they have several branches here that serve those freshly delivered food straight from Japan, even their condiments and all.

What I loved about Genki Sushi is their wide variety of dishes like Maki Mono, Nigiri, Gunkan, Seared, Sashimi, and a lot more. The price of each dish is different from one another but everything is worth trying for. I'd love to recommend the Salmon Trio, Seared Cheese Shrimp, Salmon Sashimi, and Seared Salmon with Black Pepper for the first timers here!

Aside from the dishes I mentioned above, they also have these newest additions to their menu which are only available here in the Philippines. We got to enjoy the dishes made with Japanese technique of cooking but with the twist of Filipino tastes. This thing is not new to us since there are lots of Japanese-Filipino fusion food out there.

YAKIMESHI CHAHAN
Chahan is Japanese fried rice which is similar to Chinese cooking with different toppings and seasoning. Basically, this version of Genki has egg, meat, and vegetables. The whole serving is good to make your belly full.


GUMOKU CHAHAN
Another version of Japanese fried rice but this one has egg, vegetables and topped with chunks of tuna, salmon, and shrimp. I liked this one more because it has a lot of toppings compare to the Yakimeshi flavor.


MINCED PORK
This is Genki Sushi's take on Pinoy Sisig. It has a mixture of minced pork belly, wasabi mayo, white onions and topped with leeks and egg on the side.


MINCED SEAFOOD
A mixture of minced salmon, tuna, shrimp, sriracha mayo, white onions and topped with leeks and egg on the side. This was actually everyone's favorite because of the perfect taste of seafood with the right kick of spice from sriracha mayo.


JAPANESE TUNA ADOBO
The Filipino style Adobo but this time, it's tunaaaa. The tiny pieces of tuna were succulent and tasty and perfect matched with donburi rice. It is topped with Japanese mayo, whole kernel corn, nori strips, and leeks.


KYURI UNAGI UDON
I hardly tasted the eel on this one because it was so good! The size of this couldn't fit my mouth, to be honest.


MATCHA ICE CREAM
This is not a new on their menu but I'd highly recommend ordering this one to cleanse of your taste. I liked how the matcha didn't have the grassy after taste or a bitter one.


What impressed me about this restaurant is that it has a lot of dishes to offer aside from their delectable sushi and sashimi which I enjoyed so much. The prices may not be cheap but you are getting what you pay for especially that their products are made and shipped from Japan. Just a tip to avoid overspending: you can check the "View Bill" tab on the tablet so you are aware how much you are paying each time. Everything here is fun especially the ordering system of using the small trains which you can only find in Genki Sushi. Overall, it was an enjoyable and awesome dining experience.

All the new dishes are available starting March 15, 2019.

Genki Sushi
Lower Ground Floor, SM Aura Premier, C5 Road Corner 26th Street, BGC, Taguig City
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GenkiSushiPH/
Instagram: instagram.com/genkisushiph
Opening Hours: 10:00am to 10:00pm

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  1. Looks so yummy! I love sushi!By the way, I stopped by here from best japanese restaurant in rochester mn. So thank you for sharing.

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