Wasabi Warriors

G/F The Gramercy Residences, Kalayaan Ave. cor. Salamanca St., Poblacion, Makati, Metro Manila

Wasabi Warriors
3.6
3.5 Stars

16 Reviewers

  • 5 stars 4
  • 4 stars 6
  • 3 stars 3
  • 2 stars 2
  • 1 star 1
  • 17 Reviews
  • 48 Recommend
  • 16 Reviewers
Category:
Japanese
Business Hours
Open: 11:00a - 9:00p
Phone
+639055104901

Hours

  • Sunday
    • 11:00a - 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

More Business Info

Kids Menu:
Yes
Take Out:
Yes
Menus:
Lunch, Dinner

Most Recent Reviews

Kara L.
5.0 Stars

The spicy tuna (forgot what it's called) brown rice was soooo delicious. Been craving for it again. 128149128149128149128149 definitely coming back for more.

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Ross T.
4.0 Stars
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In our fast paced lifestyle, good and healthy food at an affordable price is gold. Wasabi warrior offers good food at a reasonable price. Only qualm about it is that I hope they offer more seafood options. I get that they offer chicken and pork rolls as an easier way to store their food and it's cheaper but more seafood options would be nice too. Overall, good stuff

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Debbie Raye S.
5.0 Stars

My friends and I kinda fell in love with wasabi warriors especially this branch since we're pretty much the only ones there whenever we have dinner.

Go to order is the spicy tuna roll, katsu roll and ebi roll! Pair that with their miso soup!

The price is reasonable. You can choose to have the rolls with white, brown or black rice!

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Angela Marie C.
4.0 Stars

So for Christmas this year, my family decided on having another staycation and an all out food trip. I only had 2 days in Manila so I had to make it count! 128517

I chose to eat here because where we stayed was very near here. I couldn't have picked of a better location because I had quite a number of must-try's in the area. 128513

So for Christmas Eve dinner (not to be confused with Noche Buena because that's also from a different joint), we ate in Wasabi Warriors. I've been reading quite a number of reviews from this quaint new casual Japanese resto, and they're mostly positive.

So to make it short, Wasabi Warriors sells Japanese food using organic ingredients. Plain and simple. Their food is quite pricey for a limited array of choices, but good nonetheless.

Maybe it was me but I feel the service staff needs more training. In all honesty, we were the only ones in the resto for a good 40 minutes but everything was just slow. And to think most items we served cold, and just soup was otherwise.

Food's tasty, though. I'll give them that. But other than that, place is a tad underwhelming. I'd come back, but not too soon. 128517

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Marjorie G.
5.0 Stars

There is only one sushi place I would recommend to anyone. It's cheap, place looks nice, and the sushi there is absolutely delicious. In fact they are so delicious I can't believe they are priced no more than 200 pesos. I went there with only PHP500 and I already had enough for two people.

I tried Warrior Udon Soup (PHP150), the flavor is not that rich but it was alright. I also liked the floating soft tofu, this is like the first time I've eaten tofu that is not fried and is not a taho. It was really nice.

I had the Mixed Warrior Pack (PHP350), it has 8 pieces of sushi and each piece is toothsome. It was also enough to satiate me and my friend. I knew that I wasn't just exaggerating because even my friend who doesn't really too keen on sushi also loved it.

So if you want real good sushi and you are on a budget, go to Wasabi Warrior.

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EJ B.
4.0 Stars

Wasabi Warrior:

Ocean Warrior Pack - 11088110881108811088️ 4/5

Mixed Warrior Pack - 11088110881108811088️ 4/5

Gyoza -11088110881108811088️ 4/5

#ilovetoeat

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Lyka T.
2.0 Stars

Cool place. Ordered the Farm Warrioir: wagyu beef, 3 pcs gyoza & miso soup. Sauce on the wagyu was good but there was more rice than meat. The fried gyozas in their menu looks deceiving because when it arrived they were too tiny. Miso soup was delicious (not in photo.) Also ordered two diff kinds of sushi which I forgot what they were. Price value was too high.

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Lyka T.
2.0 Stars

Cool place. Ordered the farm warrior: wagyu beef, 3 PCs fried gyoza & miso soup. Sauce was good, there was more rice than beef. The fried gyozas in their menu looks deceiving because when it came they were tiny. Miso soup was delicious (not in the photo.) Also ordered two kinds of sushi w/c I forgot what exactly. Price value is too high.

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Jenn N.
1.0 Stars

I don't understand why a sushi place has no rice available at 8pm..

We listed all our orders right there at the counter, and when we handed our paper she told us that it will take 35 minutes to cook rice for the rice bowls.

Seriously?! 128529 everyone was in a sour mood because of the traffic and then this? 128557 Walked out and ate somewhere else instead.

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Emma Jane C.
3.0 Stars

Good food... Wait time was just long, they were shortstaffed..

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Christa U.
5.0 Stars

Hello to this long overdue review for Wasabi Warriors, considering I've already been here 4 times! I' had actually been waiting for this place to open since I passed by it during the construction phase.

Wasabi Warriors is a fast-food sushi restaurant that serves sushi and some other Japanese food, using organic ingredients. Fast-food but healthy. The restaurant style is that you order and pay at the counter, and everything is basically self-service.

Atmosphere-wise, it's really comfy, open spaces and high ceilings. It has more of an urban feel, very clean and with a lot of seats, and a clean bathroom!

Price-wise, it's a bit on the expensive side. 350pesos for a sushi set with 11pieces. But it's very filling, and if you add 50pesos you get miso soup and 3 small gyoza pieces. I find that the sushi is more worth it than their beef/chicken meals which cost 250php. Plus, no service charge.

The sushi set I keep ordering again and again is the Ocean Warrior Set, which comes with tuna, salmon, and seared salmon. I find it very filling and delicious, especially with Wasabi Warrior's spicy tuna condiment. I've also tried the beef teriyaki set, flavors are good though i feel the serving size could be a bit bigger so you can feel the flavors more.

For drinks, they serve softdrinks, but also have local brand Bayani Brew.

Even though price-wise WW can be a bit of the expensive side, and when I brought my brother here he opted for another restau which was more bang for his buck, I still like eating at Wasabi Warriors, especially when I'm looking for a quiet place to relax at and eat in peace.

It's definitely a great place to try.

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Jen L.
4.0 Stars

pricey xa kung titignan mo yung serving, pero organic food naman kasi selling point nila hahaha :)

kung healthy healthy foodie ka, come try the sushi here, sarap naman :)

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James U.
4.0 Stars

At long last! A sushi house that offers my favorite inari roll! Of all the japanese restaurants I've ate only this one offers my childhood favorite inari. If you want to try authentic japanese sushi head over to wasabi warrior that offers a wide variety of rolls,maki, and sushi.

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Roy T.
3.0 Stars

They have good marketing strategy ha! Two ladies were giving free taste near the grocery of Century City which was effective for us! We looked for their store. I should say the location is not good because you have to go out the mall and look for it. Medyo hassle to look for it. It's their first branch here in the Metro and mentioned they plan to open in Eastwood and MOA daw soon. this branch opened last April lang daw.

They have a good display of sushis and have white, brown, and another dark-colored rice choices. So it's okay for those health conscious. We tried their Chicken Teriyaki in Brown Rice. We found it just okay. Price was 120php for a roll which was cut into four. Okay lang. Nothing very special except for their Wasabi Mayo. It made the sushi taste better. You can choose that or Spicy Mayo. I liked the former. 128077🏻 it had that legit kick of wasabi in it. wanted to take it home 128518

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Myzyl C.
3.0 Stars

My officemates were excited to try this place. I was also enticed by the beautiful and mouthwatering photos of their sushi plates. But the food was just all right. The fresh salmon with avocado isn't so fresh but the inari with seaweed is okay. I also find their gyoza salty.

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Nicole T.
4.0 Stars

My ideal place to get takeout: clean restaurant, fresh sushi. Nothing else you can ask for given the reasonable price range. (Plus they have a buy 1 take 1 roll promo now)

Faaaaaar cry from the quality of the many platters of california maki we can find in night markets.

Had the panko prawn roll and salmon aburi and enjoyed them both. Not extraordinary to drive far out for, but hits the spot. Please please please open more branches!

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Maureen S.
2.0 Stars

I was so excited to try Wasabi Warrior and had been following up on when they'll open. Finally, they opened this week/March 10.

I told all of my friends about it so we headed here for Friday lunch! And boy, what a disappointment! 128563128528128533

The rice used was quite dry, even the ingredients like tempura (for Panko Prawn), avocado and pork tonkatsu were sub-standard 128565 tempura and tonkatsu were mostly just breading and the avocado was so small - couldn't even taste it. I like the Inari Seaweed though.

I hope they improve on the quality and taste soon..

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