Event: Sumo Sam opens at Granada St.; Sushi Demo with Marvin Agustin

Sashimi made fresh with all the goodies you'd want in a meal. It was another unforgettable Japanese dining experience attending the opening of Sumo Sam Gilmore with the fellow food bloggers last Saturday and we did not expect so many surprises.
If we have loved Sumo Sam because of their exquisite ambiance and wide variety of Japanese dishes, the dining experience would definitely be one unforgettable moment upon the service of a complimentary appetizer and a glass of Red Iced Tea. The distinct and unique ceramics made especially for Sumo Sam created by the founders and partners sets the mood for a delightful Japanese meal to set the right mood.
We love Japanese food and we will always discern what makes Japanese noodles distinct from the noodles we eat at home and in other restaurants. Sumo Sam took us to another Yokozuna Bento fit for a king.
We had a sample of their Yokozuna Samurai's Choice (P488), assorted Tuna and Salmon Sashimi,Kani Stick, bean sprouts, Yasai Itame, choice-Chicken Teriyaki, Beef Misono (US Beef Knuckle), Gohan, Dilis (crispy-fried anchovies) and Dory Teppan. All these goodies in one Bento that's fit the budget and really overwhelming for the ladies. Foodies like me can really finish the whole Bento but we were told that it's okay to share with friends since the portions were hefty and really filling.
Sumo Sam's new Yokozuna Bento meals also offer Osaka Tempura Bento (P438) with Ebi Tempura, Kisu Tempura, Dory Tempura, Vegie Kakiage, Tuna Sashimi, Gohan, Dilis (crisp-fried anchovies), and bean sprouts; Tsukiji Tonkatsu and Salmon Bento (P408) with Tonkatsu, Grilled Salmon, Tuna and Salmon Sashimi, Gohan, Dilis (crisp-fried anchovies) and bean sprouts; Chicken Teriyaki Bento (P308) with Chicken Teriyaki, Tuna Sashimi, Gohan, Dilis (crisp-fried anchovies) and bean sprouts and Matsuya Katsu Bento (P298) with Katsudon (pork tenderloin), Tuna Sashimi, Gohan and bean sprouts.
I really enjoyed the texture and freshness of the Sashimi and the rice that's distinctly expensive. It's a wonderful meal worth time and money especially with the people you love. I would definitely recommend you try the Samurai Yokozuna Bento to experience all the good things that makes Japanese food truly delectable.
Meeting the owners of Sumo Sam especially Marvin Agustin was the highlight of the event. He was truly passionate with Sumo Sam and he even shared to us all how to create those beautiful Sushi made created for Sumo Sam. It was a memorable Japanese dining experience with Marvin Agustin packed with the overwhelming beautiful designs of the restaurant. We were also delighted at the presence of Mayor Pelayo who joined the momentous event.
Diners will also have a chance to get the 2012 gifts for 2012 "Ang Pau" from Sumo Sam where you'd get freebies at P1,000 food purchase like: Free Fortune Cookies (Jan), Free Tempura Banana Split (Feb), Free Best of Both Worlds Dessert (March), Free Thirst Quenchers (April and May), Free Dory Teppan Bento (June and July), Free Dessert (August and September), Free Beer (October), Free Halloween Loot Bag (November) and Free Dory Teppan Bento (December)
I can't wait to visit Sumo Sam Greenhills Town Center near Gilmore Ave again to try some of their Mt. Fuji noodles. The place is perfect for me and my fellow foodie friends. I'm going to turn Japanese this year with Sumo Sam because the food is healthy, delicious and definitely worth the price!
For more information, please visit www.sumosamfoods.com and like their Facebook Page at http://www.facebook.com/ilovesumosam for more updates and promos. Visit Sumo Sam in Rockwell, ABS-CBN, Shangrila Mall, Greenbelt, Trinoma, Marquee Mall, Nuvalik, Abreeza Mall and now in Greenhills Town Center in Granada St. near Gilmore Ave. They also accept catering and other private events at Sumo Sam, please contact 09175986880 or email n.terencio@sumosamfoods.com.