A Japanese Foodscape

Tired of the usual food chains and restaurants around? The past holidays had a perfect reason to bond with your family, friends, and loved ones. And I discovered a new food experience. SumoSam is definetely one of the flawless food trip restaurants I’ve encountered.

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Sumo Sam is a Japanese casual dining restaurant. From where I’ve tried it, it’s located at 2nd Floor of SM The Block (SM City North EDSA, The Block, North Ave, Sto. Cristo, Quezon City) and it has now more than 20 branches nationwide. If you’re fond of discovering new places to eat, you should try it here.

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It’s not only good for the tummy. The food is served in a presentable way and it’s good for the eyes. Food visuals, indeed. Anyone who has a hobby in photography might wanna take pictures of the food here.

The best menu I’ve tasted was their bento and sizzling seafood. Unlike any other bentos I have tried, this is the best one for me so far. It has this exceptional taste that can definitely satisfy one’s cravings.

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Try it here, you won’t regret it! 🙂

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Written by Lucky | Edited by Cristine | Photos by Lucky
Quezon City, Philippines
December 28, 2014

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