This Calbee x Sushi Bake Collaboration Is What You Need This Week

This treat is too good to pass up.

IMAGE courtesy of Calbee Philippines

Just when you thought you've seen all possible versions of the sushi bake trend, along comes a version that is low-key delicious. Calbee has partnered with Taste and Tell MNL to offer the Suteki Aburi.

For a limited time, you can order Suteki Aburi steak-flavored sushi bake paired with the crunchy Calbee Wasabi Chips. This special sushi bake is made with a 21-day dry aged tenderloin along with shiitake mushroom, fried garlic chips, teriyaki rice, and Taste and Tell's secret aburi sauce.

This special sushi bake is made with a 21-day dry aged tenderloin.
Photo by courtesy of Calbee Philippines
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Calbee's crunchy and spicy chips are the perfect foil to the indulgent steak and Japanese flavors. Taste and Tell MNL x Calbee's Suteki Aburi is available in three tray sizes: Small (Php 1,700) comes with two small packs of Calbee Wasabi Potato Chips; Medium (Php 2,200) is offered with four small packs of Calbee Wasabi Potato Chips; and Large (Php 2,700) with one large pack of Calbee Wasabi Potato chips.

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Suteki Aburi is available every Tuesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays. To order, visit www.tasteandtellmnl.com or their Instagram page.

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