While everybody at SM Mall of Asia went trick-or-treating, we spent it with a sumptuous sushi overload at Sakae Sushi. They have an Eat-all-you-can Sushi Buffet from 2:00 pm to 6:00 pm, Php 399 for adults, Php 299 for senior citizens, and Php 199 for kids. Sakae Sushi in Mall of Asia has the longest conveyor belt among its branches and so most likely, it has more sushi selections.
They have a no left-over/no sharing policy for the sushi buffet. You can also grab whatever sushi plates you fancy and just pay for it according to the number and color of plates you consumed.
Purple plate – Php 39
Yellow plate – Php 59
Green plate – Php 79
Red plate – Php 99
If you want to be the first to get hold of sushi coming from sushi haven (the kitchen), you might want to sit at the nearest spot where the sushi comes out.
The sushi buffet comes with a miso soup and bottomless green tea. I love their green tea as it cuts the saltiness and the wasabi taste, cleans the palate for more sushi!
Gyuniku Ramen, Php 289, is good for 2 to 3 persons. I love how it has a generous serving of beef and veggies and also has a flavorful broth.
Check out the other ramen places I’ve tried:
- Ajisen Ramen
- Kimono Ken
- Ramen X
- Sumo Sam
- Genya Tonkotsu Ramen
- Teriyaki Boy
- Ikkoryu Fukuoka Ramen
- Ramen Yushoken
- Ryu Ramen & Curry
I finished with 9 plates. The verdict, well, Sakae Sushi is not exceptional, but what I enjoyed is their conveyor belt that made me feast my eyes on different kind of sushi. One sushi is quite a mouthful, they should downsize it so that it’s easier to eat. The sushi toppings are all delicious but the servings is like 75% rice making you full faster than you think so better be careful on picking up those sushi plates especially when you’re availing of the buffet.
2nd level, Mall of Asia