They’re ready to roll!
It’s nearly impossible to be sick of Japanese food. There’s just so many options out there— ramen or udon for those who love them noods, donburi rice bowls for rice lovers, tonkatsu for those who want something meaty, and so much more.
But if you’re on team rice and can’t get enough of sushi, then I have good news for you! Sushi Nori reopened their Rockwell branch on March 25, and they’re game for deliveries via FoodPanda, GrabFood and LalaFood or through takeout from 9AM to 6PM.
Sushi Nori takes a modern approach to traditional Japanese fare by adding colorful and fresh ingredients into the mix. Think fruits like mangoes and avocado, vegetables, or even must-haves like crabstick, salmon and tuna sashimi. And best of all, they come at affordable prices too! Perfect for those who want handheld goodies while binge-watching their favorite series.
Sushi Nori Bestsellers
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@sushinoriph is a casual Japanese diner that caters to office workers, millennials, foodies, or just about anyone looking for a quick fix for their cravings. They've transformed traditional Japanese fare— from the well-loved sushi to the donburi and temaki bowls— into creative, modern dishes that suit the Filipino palette. But unlike their competitors, Sushi Nori makes theirs quick, affordable and on-the-go. Plus, they always use fresh, good quality ingredients! . . . Just finished a Feature Article about their BGC branch, which will appear in the next issue of Home Ideas! Watch out for it. ❤️ I wouldn't call myself a master of flatlays, but I'm happy with the way this one turned out. 😊 . . . Thanks for the invite @homeideasmag. ❤️ ——— #food #foodie #foodblog #foodblogger #foodgasm #foodporn #foodstagram #eat #whattoeatph #zomatoph #yum #picoftheday #zomato #best #invitation #restaurant #good #recommended #photooftheday #like #follow #likeforlike #followme #instagram #eeeeeats #philippines #foodphotography #instagood #discovermnl #wheninmanila
If we’re talking sushi, their OMG (Premium) is a crowd favorite. It’s made up of blow-torched salmon and ebiko on top, along with a mix of Japanese mayonnaise, crunchy tempura flakes and crisp cucumber in the center of fluffy sushi rice. For those who like heat, their Firecracker features an overload of spicy salmon sashimi chunks paired with crunchy tempura flakes. The combination of crackling bites plus the spiciness that encompasses your mouth as you take a bite in this fluffy sushi roll is the reason why this bestseller gets its name.
And for hearty portions, I recommend their Chirachi Sushi Bowl, which features a medley of colors in the form of salmon and tuna sashimi slices, pieces of unagi, fluffy sweet tamago egg, shreds of kani crabsticks, and crisp cucumber slices for a refreshing contrast. Nori strips sit in the center, along with orange ebiko fish roe. And for those who want a sushi sampler, the Classic Mix which includes California Maki, fresh salmon sushi, and slices of sweet tamago.
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Much like the Poke bowls of Hawaii that feature diced raw fish, @sushinoriph's sushi bowls feature a healthy mix of protein (mostly salmon or tuna), vegetables and your choice of carbs. Unlike the sushi rolls and wraps, this variant is much more filling. . . . Not a fan of raw seafood? Don’t worry! Sushi Nori offers torched alternatives, and even Wagyu cubes for the carnivores. . . . 🐟 Classic Chirashi: If you’re a fan of raw seafood in all its fresh glory, the Chirachi bowl is perfect for you! This Pescetarian bowl features a medley of colors in the form of salmon and tuna sashimi slices, pieces of unagi, fluffy sweet tamago egg, shreds of kani crabsticks, and crisp cucumber slices for a refreshing contrast. Nori strips sit in the center, along with orange ebiko fish roe. I recommend enjoying this with vinegared white rice, which really bring out the flavors. Plus, for its price, you really get a good mix of fresh seafood that you can’t find anywhere else! —— 🐮 Premium Wagyu: This sushi bowl is truly made for the carnivore! You get cubes of Wagyu paired with briny Wakame seaweed, fluttering Bonito flakes and a good helping of Ebiko fish roe. For an additional fee, you can enjoy this hearty bowl with a helping of creamy Aburi sauce that tastes like a cross between cheese and Japanese mayonnaise that cuts through the charred flavors of the beef. . . . Read about Sushi Nori's bestselling dishes in the latest April issue of @homeideasmag. ❤️
There are just so many choices that you can enjoy in Sushi Nori, so every order will be an adventure. What would you order first? Let us know in the comments below!
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