With all the Japanese restos around the Metro, I'm surprised it's the first time I've seen a sushi place (that's not a mall kiosk) catered specifically to those who want sushi on the go.
There was only a small variety of selections in Sushi Foodie (the place is relatively new, and I came relatively late in the day) so I chose the set below for P162 (~$3.5) because it looked like the most filling and appetising option. They had some cans of CC Lemon and a few other drinks, but it wasn't cold, so I declined.
|Sushi Foodie P162 Set|
There is also a small decorative divider on the lowermost part of the container containing a serving of soy sauce and wasabi. The chopsticks were the only bits not pre-packaged. I liked it because it seemed more put together.
|Sushi Foodie Condiments|
The soy sauce serving was more than enough for the sushi. I used the cover for the soy sauce to insure that I wouldn't put too much on each piece and dipped accordingly.
|Sushi Foodie P162 Set (opened)|
If I were to choose, I'd say I liked their inarizushi best. I do like tofu, and it had the right amount of sweetness and juiciness for me. Sushi Foodie m sells a small inarizushi set.
I think I'll return here one day soon.
Sushi Foodie is located at the ground floor of Manila Executive Regency at Bocobo Street, Ermita, Manila.