For Only P599, You Can Eat All The Sushi You Want At This Japanese Restaurant

Choose from variants like the Tuna Sushi, Spicy Tuna Teriyaki Roll, and more.

Hanako tuna sushi, Spicy Tuna Teriyaki Roll
PHOTO BY Hanako

Filipinos love Japanese food, and in particular, sushi has our heart. It's one of those dishes that first and foremost draws us in visually; and whatever variant you go for, you're bound to be in for an umami time with a small brush of (or a quick dip into) soy sauce.

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Now, don't get us wrong; proper sushi should absolutely be savored slowly and mindfully in just-right portions. But we also get it: these are tough times, and maybe you feel like you could devour plate after plate (after plate) of the stuff. Here's where you can do just that: Japanese restaurant Hanako's got a P599 Sushi All-You-Can Promo happening on selected days of the week, and only for a limited time.

Photo by Facebook/Hanako
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Get your fix of unlimited sushi for less than P600:

Hanako's Sushi All-You-Can Promo is available for dine-in at all their branches except their Estancia location and takes place from Mondays to Thursdays until July 14. For just P599, you can eat all you can of selected nigiri and maki (rolls), namely the Spicy Tuna Teriyaki Roll, Philadelphia Roll, California Maki, Tamago Sushi, Tuna Sushi, Kani Sushi, American Dream, and Spicy Tuna Crunch, for up to two hours per session!

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Note that neither sharing nor leftovers are allowed, so do pace yourself. You can give the branch nearest you (Moonwalk in Parañaque, Better Living in Parañaque, SM Center in Pasig, The Rock in Quezon City, Mindanao Avenue in Quezon City, Robinsons Townville in Quezon City) a call to book your seats.

Hanako is a Japanese restaurant that first opened in Moonwalk Village, Parañaque, serving up affordable Japanese fare.

See a list of Hanako branches. For more information, check out Hanako's Facebook page.

This story originally appeared on Spot.ph.

* Minor edits have been made by the Yummy.ph editors.

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