9 Places to Get Affordable (But Still Delicious) Sushi in Manila

I loooooove sushi. Like I absolutely, incredibly LOOOOOOVE sushi. My only problem with it is that sushi is pretty expensive in most restaurants. So, to satisfy my frugal self, I asked some friends where I could find affordable (but still delicious – this part was very important, of course!) sushi in Manila. And voila, I am sharing the list with you! Here it is in alphabetical order.

9 Places to Get Affordable (But Still Delicious) Sushi in Manila

Go Bento

Location: 9th Avenue Corner, Taguig

Facebook Page: https://web.facebook.com/GoBentoPH/

Go Bento Sushi

Photo from Go Bento’s Facebook page.

Go Bento’s makis range from Php90 for California Maki to Php105 for their Spicy Salmon and Spicy Tuna Maki. Go Bento has also got everything from Donburi to Ramen to Gyoza to Tempura. Plus, they’ve got affordable poke bowls at Php145 to Php175!


Location: 1 Narra St. Mapayapa Village III, Quezon City

Facebook Page: https://web.facebook.com/inariph/

For good sushi at a good price, Inari’s Japanese-inspired dishes often come to mind. Located near MV3 gate and FEU Diliman, you can get your fill of yummy ramen and sushi here.

Kokoro Japanese Grindz

Location: Ground Floor, Creekside Square, 74 Tomas Morato, Quezon City

Facebook Page: https://web.facebook.com/Kokoro-Japanese-Grindz-186702658810184/

Kokoro sushi

Photo from Kokoro’s Facebook page.

Literally everything on Kokoro’s menu is crazy delicious. In fact, everything is so good, it’s almost impossible not to go home with takeout because you’ll end up wanting more when you get home. They don’t skimp on ingredients or flavor here, and you’ll definitely get your money’s worth. Great service, too!

Nomiya Izakaya

Location: 36 Scout Tobias St. Quezon City

Facebook Page: https://web.facebook.com/nomiyaPH/

Nomiya Izakaya sushi

Photo from Nomiya Izakaya’s Facebook page.

Nomiya is a great place to go to for authentic Japanese food. Sushi aside, they’ve also got wagyu cubes, delicious teppanyaki, and lots of choices for those who love extra spice on their food. That aside, they also have good service – which is definitely a plus for me whenever I eat out.

Rolls Republic

Location: Avenue of Arts, Roxas Boulevard Service Road, Manila

Facebook Page: https://web.facebook.com/pg/rollsrepublic/

Rolls Republic sushi

Rolls Republic sushi

Photo from Rolls Republic’s Facebook page.

Monica Li highly recommends Rolls Republic because it isn’t your usual sushi. As she puts it, they’ve got ‘kanin and ulam sa isang hawak‘. Points for affordability; plus points for convenience and practicality! They’ve got so many rolls choices, your problem will be deciding what to get!

Sushi Nori

Locations: 7th Ave. BGC, Taguig / SM Aura Premier / UP Town Center / Power Plant Mall / SM Megamall / W City Center

Facebook Page: https://web.facebook.com/sushinoriph/

Sushi Nori

Photo from Sushi Nori’s Facebook page.

Honestly, I think that photo speaks for itself!!!

Ta Ke Ho Me Sushi Stand

Locations: Sgt. Esguerra, Quezon City / Lilac, Marikina / SM North Edsa / SM Sta. Mesa / SM Southmall / Ayala Cloverleaf / Legarda, Manila / Robinsons Ermita / SM Fairview

Facebook Page: https://web.facebook.com/takehomesushistand/

Ta Ke Ho Me Sushi

Photo from Ta Ke Ho Me’s Facebook page.

A personal favorite, Ta Ke Ho Me can satisfy any sushi need at an affordable price. What I love about them is that they are so convenient with their sushi stands. Just order and take it wherever you need to go – perfect for people who are always on the go like me. I also love how they always remind you to eat it right away for the utmost freshness. They come in cute takeout boxes to boot!

ToriTori Kushiyaki Snack Bar

Location: 197 Wilson St. San Juan del Monte

Facebook Page: https://web.facebook.com/toritori.ph/

ToriTori sushi

Obviously, as their name suggests, ToriTori specializes in yakitori, such as bacon enoki, butabara, and Japanese wagyu. However, they can also satisfy your sushi and sashimi needs with their delicious sushi and sashimi platters.

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