Top 10 Japanese Restaurants In Quezon City, Philippines

japanese restaurants in quezon city

Quezon City, located just northeast of the capital of the Philippines, Manila, is a major city and also the center of the film and movie industry of the country. Here, you’ll find the Memorial Circle, with its art-deco style, built in honor to the late president, Manuel L. Quezon. The memorial also features gardens, playgrounds, fountains, and the World Peace Bell monument. There are also other attractions in the city, like the Ninoy Aquino Parks and Wildlife Center, which has a zoo and a botanical garden, home to crocodiles and peacocks. Its accommodations, including staycation spots and Airbnbs with pool, offer excellent amenities. This city features a vibrant food scene with lots of food hubs, to boot. In case you’re looking for a sushi restaurant, check out our list of the best Japanese restaurants in Quezon City, Philippines.

1. Red Hana Sushi Restaurant

Editor's Note: Photo taken from the establishment's official social account

Posted by Jessabel-An Francisco Balanay on Wednesday, December 30, 2020

If you’re looking for an affordable place to dine in Quezon City, you have to visit Red Hana in Diliman, for they have large servings for a cheap price. The restaurant setting is cozy, with tables for two or for groups, a perfect hangout place for friends. They serve classic Japanese dishes, like sushi, ebi tempura, sukiyaki, and ramen. In case you’re in a hurry and very busy, you can get your quick fix of Japanese food, for their serving time is quite fast.

Red Hana Sushi Restaurant

Address: 24 Matalino St, Diliman, Quezon City, 1100 Metro Manila

Website: Red Hana Sushi Restaurant

Opening hours: Mon-Sun: 11am–10:30pm

2. Ohayo Maki X Sushi

Editor's Note: Photo taken from the establishment's official social account

Cali Maki ? ⏰Store Hours: WEDNESDAY- CLOSED MONDAY- SUNDAY 11:00AM-8:00PM Dine- In Take Out Delivery Delivery...

Posted by Ohayo Maki X Sushi on Friday, July 24, 2020

One of the best things to do while in Quezon City is to try authentic Japanese cuisine, and Ohayo Maki X Sushi is an ideal place to be and one of the best sushi restaurants in Quezon City. They specialize in ramen and maki and have an extensive menu that includes gyoza, tempura, sushi, and more. The ramen here is made with a homemade broth that is stewed for almost a day, making it flavorful and mouth-watering. When you visit, you should try their Tantanmen and pair it with one of their sushi offerings. Make sure to bring your friends with you when you visit, for a more fun dining experience.

Ohayo Maki X Sushi

Address: 124 Timog Ave, Diliman, Quezon City, Metro Manila

Website: Ohayo Maki X Sushi

Opening hours: Mon-Sun: 4pm–1am

3. Sushi 101

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If you’re looking for the most affordable sushi place in Quezon City, Sushi 101 is the best place, with their varying serving sizes for a minimal price. They offer California maki and sushi, with four sizes of platters to choose from - small, medium, large, and extra large. Also try mixing sushi and maki in one platter, which is a great option. This is the perfect place for parties, potlucks, or a small get-together with friends, for they surely will love it here.

Sushi 101

Address: 70 Esteban Abada St, Loyola Heights, Quezon City, 1108 Metro Manila, Philippines

Website: Sushi 101

Opening hours: Mon-Sun: 12–8pm

4. Genki Sushi

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Genki Sushi is originally from Japan and has lots of chains in Asia, including Hong Kong, Indonesia, Singapore, the Philippines, and more. They have also expanded and reached the United States, with branches in California, Washington, and more. This restaurant is very modern, everything is self-service, and they employ the help of a machine. You place your order and have it delivered, along with your bill, via train. The restaurant offers almost all Japanese treats, including sushi, sashimi, maki, tempura, and more. Just a heads up, compared to other sushi places in QC, this one is on the expensive side.

Genki Sushi

Address: Sunshine Boulevard Plaza, 1328, Quezon Avenue, corner Scout Santiago Street, Quezon City, 1100 Metro Manila

Website: Genki Sushi

Opening hours: Mon-Sun: 11am–10pm

5. Maki Sushi Japanese Restaurant

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Posted by Makisushi Japanese Restaurant on Wednesday, April 21, 2021

Located on Panay Avenue, with a traditional, Japanese-like setting, Maki Sushi Japanese Restaurant is the place to be when you’re looking for a quick fix of Japanese food in Quezon City. They offer an array of Japanese dishes, like chicken teriyaki, sashimi, sushi, California maki, and more. Another good thing about this restaurant is it is not pricey and gives you your money’s worth. It is also quite accessible, for it is near the MRT station on Quezon Ave as well as some romantic places. Just a fair warning: don’t expect authentic Japanese food when you get here.

Makisushi Japanese Restaurant

Address: 160 Panay Ave, corner EDSA, Quezon City, 1103 Metro Manila

Website: Makisushi Japanese Restaurant

Opening hours: Mon-Sat: 10am–10pm / Sun: 11am–9pm

6. Tok-Yu Sushi Bar

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Medium Tray Sushi Platter: w/ Tuna Sashimi - P1,000 w/ Salmon Sashimi - P1,150 w/ Tuna & Salmon Sashimi - P1,300 All...

Posted by Tok-yu Sushi Bar on Friday, April 24, 2020

Tok Yu is a cozy Japanese resto in Quezon City with ample seating. It serves a fair selection of Japanese dishes, like sushi, tempura, salmon sashimi, beef Misono, maki rolls, and more. The serving size is also quite good and the pricing is affordable. They also offer party platters for gatherings, such as small get-togethers, company meetings, birthdays, and more. Don’t forget to try their Japanese bowls when you visit, for they are a crowd favorite.

Tok-Yu Sushi Bar

Address: 104 Panay Avenue Corner Scout Borromeo, Quezon City

Website: Tok-Yu Sushi Bar

Opening hours: Mon-Sun: 10am–10pm

7. ROKU Sushi + Ramen Restaurant

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Have ABURI good weekend ahead with a bowl of sushi! ? Torched salmon with tamago on the Aburi Poké bowl. ? For deliveries, call 352-5780. #iLoveRoku

Posted by ROKU Sushi + Ramen on Saturday, January 5, 2019

Located in Katipunan, Roku Sushi is a cozy restaurant that is well-known for its sushi and specialty rolls. This hotel restaurant in Manila has a maki roll called the Firecracker roll, which is a spicy salmon maki and a crowd favorite. Make sure you check out their other specialty rolls, like their Jalapeño Popper, Dojo Roll, Roko Roll, and more - these are also perfect for sharing, so bring your family and friends when you visit. Once in a while, they also have the eat-all-you-can promo, so keep yourself updated.

ROKU Sushi + Ramen Restaurant

Address: 317 Katipunan Avenue, Loyola Heights, Oracle Hotel Building 5th floor, Quezon City, 1008 Metro Manila

Website: ROKU Sushi + Ramen Restaurant

Opening hours: Mon-Sun: 11am–9:30pm

8. Go Sushi Ph

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Visit us at 134 Mindanao Avenue, Project 8 Quezon City Grab your California Torch Roll #FastFreshFun

Posted by Go Sushi on Monday, July 5, 2021

A small sushi restaurant with very limited seating, Go Sushi PH is located in Sikatuna Village, which is a food hub in Quezon City with lots of other food establishments. This restaurant serves a small variety of Japanese dishes, like sushi, tempura, steak, rolls, beef bulgogi, and others. Despite this, you’ll still be served one of the best sushi in Quezon City. They have solo servings, meals for sharing, and party platters, where you can get everything at a very affordable price. It is a self-service restaurant, but you can ask the staff for sauces.

Go Sushi Ph

Address: 124 V. Luna Ext, Diliman, Quezon City, Metro Manila

Website: Go Sushi Ph

Opening hours: Mon-Sun: 11am–10pm

9. Danny's Grill & Sushi Bar Restaurant

Editor’s note: establishment is permanently closed

Danny’s Grill is a Filipino restaurant that serves Filipino cuisine and has a sushi bar on the side. If you’re up for a karaoke night, drinking session, or a nightcap, then this is the right place for you, for it has a full bar that serves beer, cocktails, and more. As for their Japanese menu, they have sushi, ebi tempura, sake, sashimi, maki, and more. Also, don’t forget to order some Filipino food, for they are equally satisfying.

Danny's Grill & Sushi Bar Restaurant

Address: Timog 44 Timog Ave., Brgy. Laging Handa, Quezon City

Website: Danny’s Grill & Sushi Bar Restaurant

Opening hours: Mon-Sun: 12pm-5am

10. Kitaro Sushi

Editor’s note: establishment is permanently closed

Located in White Plains, Kitaro Sushi is a small restaurant with limited seating and it mostly serves takeout and deliveries. This establishment is not great for group hangouts, but is perfect for company parties, events, family gatherings, and small get-togethers, for they have big platters that can satisfy many people. Their menu is a fair selection of Japanese dishes, which includes sushi, rolls, sashimi, donburi, and more. Make sure to order the California maki, for it is one of their bestsellers.

Kitaro Sushi

Address: 92 Katipunan Ave, White Plains, Quezon City, 1800 Metro Manila

Website: Kitaro Sushi

Opening hours: Mon-Sun: 10am–10pm

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Make the best of your time when you visit Quezon City in the Philippines, with its vibrant food scene that offers different restaurants with international cuisine, local dishes, and more. Make sure to try dining in one of the many rooftop restaurants and fine-dining restaurants as well. In case you’re looking for the best sushi restaurants in the area, check out our list of the best sushi restaurants in Quezon City, in the Philippines.

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