Sushi-Ya

LG/F Mega B, SM Megamall, EDSA cor. Julia Vargas Ave., Ortigas Center, Mandaluyong, Metro Manila

Sushi-Ya
3.8
4.0 Stars

12 Reviewers

  • 5 stars 1
  • 4 stars 8
  • 3 stars 2
  • 2 stars 1
  • 1 star 0
  • 12 Reviews
  • 0 Recommend
  • 12 Reviewers
Category:
Japanese
Business Hours
Reopens Wed: 10:00a - 9:00p
Phone
+6326319998

Hours

  • 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

Most Recent Reviews

Hananiah M.
5.0 Stars

Done with my cravings for sukiyaki!! Thumbs-up... Value for money... Serves 2 for 175...

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Vicvic M.
3.0 Stars

Just your average affordable Jap resto. The sashimi tastes like its been frozen for quite some time.

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Junna E.
4.0 Stars

Tried Sushi-ya for the first time, it was because of my colleague's recommendation. He got alot of good words for this Japanese chain, (although not a fan of Japanese food myself) we all enjoyed the foodssss! Oishii!

The set meal for 4 (Php 990.00) is really worth it, this includes: california maki, tempura, chicken and pork teriyaki, fried rice, another pork & chicken meals (i forgot the names), and refillable iced tea.

I'll definitely come back and try the other selections. 128522128077

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Lalaine D.
2.0 Stars

tried this restau for the 2nd time. The 1st time I ate there, the servings are slow and the waiters/waitresses were unpleasant. Only the manager assisted me and my friend.

Today was the second time I ate there. Had lur booth near the restaurant that's why I had to find the nearest food chain I could find for me not to be late for my duty. I gave the Sushi Ya another chance. When I entered, no one accommodated me nor assisted me to find a seat. When I sat down, nobody was looking to get my order. The waitress went to the table beside me to giv them their orders so that's my only chance to order. She took my order, I was not yet done but she already left without repeating my order and without asking if i have additional orders. My blood was already rushing. My order arrived, another waiter gave me my order but he just put the food carelessly on the table. Then another gave me some water. Again it was put to my table ungently. When I paid, my change took too long to be given to me.

I got pissed and swore to nver come back again.

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Charity L.
3.0 Stars

We dined in at around 10:54AM - today and the room is super warm - in temperature that is - but in service - yuck! Super duper cold! Our server (which I didn't bother to ask her name coz she's in suplada mode!) no smile no greeting and no smile at all! None from anyone in the store! Grabe kaya super talong-talo kayo ng YABU! YABU personnel they greet us malayo palang kami! And they remember our names!

If not for my husband who's craving for Chirashidon I WILL NEVER GO BACK TO THIS PLACE!

Grabe SUSHI-YA try to invest Naman on your people's customer service!

Btw - their dragon roll is super tiny! Not a good value for your money. But Chirashidon - thumbs up!

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Cherry P.
4.0 Stars

Tried their best seller gomoku ramen. It's an okay dish. I wish the noodles were a bit more firm and fresh.

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Billy R.
4.0 Stars

I liked it.

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Blossom A.
4.0 Stars

Worth it. Food service was quite fast, I recall we only waited for 5 minutes for our 2 orders to be served. Taste-wise, it's very close to authentic Japanese. The spice in the curry ramen was just right, that my daughter liked it very much (she finished a lot, with chopsticks).

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Cybele J.
4.0 Stars

I've eaten in three different branches and this chain has mastered the art of consistent quality. Coupled with bang for buck and more-than-enough servings, Sushi-ya is one of the better upper mid level Japanese restaurants around.

Sashimi salad (P100) is insanely affordable considering its laden with fresh tuna and salmon sashimi, slathered with kani strips in a light soy vinaigrette. I do wish they'd use something other than iceberg lettuce but I guess it holds up best. Had a bit too much dressing but all in all, great bang for buck.

I ordered the teishoku set which consisted of tuna teppanyaki, steamed rice, and miso soup. Again, consistent with other branches. Rice was just right amount if stickiness (didn't have a hard time with the chopsticks). Teppanyaki had the right saltiness and it was a big serving to boot (half a plate while the other half had bean sprouts). Miso soup wasn't mind blowing but it tasted fresh compared to other "free" soups given by other restaurants.

For its price point and context (franchise restaurant in malls), Sushi-ya is great. I would have given this branch 4.5 stars if it weren't for the much needed facelift :) lights were way too dim, benches on the sides were so scratched up and scuffed.

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Rowen C.
4.0 Stars

Much has changed in this restaurant since my first visit. They now cater to more people with their affordable menu. One thing prevented me from making this a five-star rating though, read on and find out.

The first time I ate at Sushi-ya Megamall was in 2007, I think. A lot of people were afraid to even go inside because of what they serve (Japanese), which in 2007 wasn't that much known to many yet, and because of the price of their food. Now they cater to more people because of the bento set which you can customize depending on the sides, or how many will be eating. Their food is better than most fastfood-type Japanese restaurants, making it a little more authentic.

My friend and I ordered a chicken teriyaki bento set for 2 with lots sidings (agedashi tofu, vegetable tempura, kani and cucumber salads and some california and cucumber rolls) and miso soup. The food was great but the presentation isn't what you would expect in a almost traditional Japanese restaurant. The cucumber salad was served beside the chicken teriyaki, imagine the taste of mayonnaise mixing with the teriyaki sauce. Not good. And what made it even worse is that the chicken teriyaki was served with a piece of a thigh bone, does their thigh fillet really come with that bone? I guess it should not have been there. Don't serve what can't be eaten, right?

The service has always been good though. Food was served fast, but not that hot anymore. But the quality of their food will keep me coming back, definitely.

I've always been critical of places I eat in because aside from the food, I also want to enjoy the experience of actually eating good food. Sushi-ya has got highs and lows on both, but not enough lows to give it a low rating.

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Nin C.
4.0 Stars

I liked it.

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Paula S.
4.0 Stars

I was here last night. I had their chicken and it was pretty good. It really had a Japanese feel to it. If you want good japanese food. Sushi-ya is the place. And yes, I was there last night when there's a robbery in Megamall. Good thing we're far from the accident. 128552

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