1/F Gateway Mall, EDSA cor. Aurora Blvd., Araneta Center, Quezon City, Metro Manila

3.5 Stars

5 Reviewers

  • 5 stars 1
  • 4 stars 1
  • 3 stars 2
  • 2 stars 1
  • 1 star 0
  • 6 Reviews
  • 0 Recommend
  • 5 Reviewers
Business Hours
Open: 10:00a - 9:00p


  • Sunday
    • 10:00a - 9:00p
  • Monday
    • 10:00a - 9:00p
  • Tuesday
    • 10:00a - 9:00p
  • Wednesday
    • 10:00a - 9:00p
  • Thursday
    • 10:00a - 9:00p
  • Friday
    • 10:00a - 10:00p
  • Saturday
    • 10:00a - 10:00p

Payment Options

Cash, MasterCard, Visa

Price Range

₱45 - ₱399

Most Recent Reviews

Steffhanie S.
5.0 Stars

It was a lovely and yummy Wednesdate with my best friend last night. As we've been both extra busy with work the past weeks, we made sure to catch-ip over good food and a nice ambiance this week.

So, we initially planned to try out Cafe Bola at Araneta Center. When I arrived seconds earlier, I was a bit surprised to not see it along the line of Max's, DQ, etc. Instantly, I realized that the location of the new iHop was the old area of Cafe Bola, ooh sad thing.

So change of plans. As Japanese food lovers, it wasn't a hard choice to check out and visit one of the oldest restos near Araneta Coliseum, time to try Sachi!

Upon entering the restaurant, the quiet and peaceful vibe welcomed us. We decided to sit near the kitchen counters wherein there are Japanese looking dividers that make every corner look more private and exclusive. The very little interiors made it look extra clean and organized.

So, time to place our orders! As we didn't want to be so bloated, we ordered a mixture of every little thing, like what we always do.

For starters, we ordered Hare-Hare for some veggies and the Thai Spring Rolls.

The Hare-Hare's wrapper was filled with crab meat, cabbage and carrots, drizzled with peanut sauce. I loved the crunchiness of the filling and the nice taste twist that the sauce offered.

The Spring Rolls were cooked well, light and filling in such a way that the combination of the meat and a bit of veggies was good, especially with the vinegar tasting sauce on the side.

Part of our main orders were the Beef Sukiyaki and Shiake Sashimi.

The Beef Sukiyaki's soup was surprising at first because it tasted really sweet. I initially taught, "Is this some kind of dessert?" My Besty tasted the same too so both of us sprinkled in some chili powder on it and it tasted good with the spicyness. The portions of the local beef were really a lot and that made us happy. Tender, juicy beef with tofu, shitake mushrooms and some green leaves paired with the rice noodles, oh, that one's heavy but really yummy!

And yes, you should always save the best for last! As we're both Salmon lovers, we enjoyed the freshness and thickness of the Shiake Sashimi in front of us. It just needed a little bit more coldness! Always so so so good with lots of lemon and soy sauce with wasabi on it!

Definitely, we'll be coming back here to try out more of their dishes. Take note, they also have a separate menu for Rasa, probably a part of their resto that serves authentic looking Singaporean dishes. Their Chili Crabs and Laksa looked really satisfying so yes, scheduling the next visit soon! 10084128156128155

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Mikko F.
2.0 Stars

Normal taste for the california maki
But tge pad thai, don't order this. It doesn't taste like pad thai.

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Paddy P.
3.0 Stars

The food is plain, not really interesting choices, however the price is ok. Airconditioning is also poor. Furnitures are old and some are torned. Just here for a quick lunch.

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Granelli Anne M.
4.0 Stars

I liked it.

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Albert T.
3.0 Stars

I don't know if this is pure coincidence or fate but review 101 brings me back to Sachi (my first looloo review). 128512

This quiet restaurant is hardly noticed unless you are waiting in line for tickets or transacting business in Araneta Coliseum. Maybe because of that, there are less diners, so accomodation is easy, service is quick, and waiters attentive.

Similar to my first review 4 months ago, I found myself ordering Ebi Tempura and Miso Soup. (Either I'm a boring creature of habit or I'm just keeping to my diet and training regimen. I want to think it's the latter 128521). My first review said the tempura was oily and the miso soup was salty. Well, they must have changed chefs or adjusted their cooking because the tempura was not oily at all and the miso soup was fine. The shrimp were bigger than the last time and the miso soup had more tofu and veggies. Nothing fancy still, however this time around, these dishes now taste the way they should. Satisfying and certainly a fair deal at P250.

What a nice way to go full circle! 128516

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Albert T.
3.0 Stars

Nothing great. Ebi Tempura too small and oily while Miso Soup too salty. Service saved the day though from a very attentive waiter.

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