Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Sushi. Sashimi. Unlimited. At Genji-M. Hungry?

All you can eat sushi and sashimi all day for an awesome seafood feast...only at Genji-M.

And if you have a sudden craving for sushi and sashimi, this is one place definitely worth checking out. Hungry? Read on...

Opened late last year originally serving Far East Asian Cuisine for Korean and Japanese expats, it was rebranded and given a new facelift as Genji-M to expand its customer base to include more local customers with its unlimited sushi and sashimi offering, including unique fusion sushi creations from Chef Park.

Genji-M's Unlimited Sashimi, Sushi and Rolls begins at P 399 for Unlimited Sushi & Rolls, P 699 for Unlimited Sashimi, including Unlimited Sushi & Rolls, and P 1,499 for Unlimited Premium Sashimi, including Unlimited Sushi & Rolls and Tuna Seafood Shabu-Shabu. With the shift in Genji-M's target market, the new offerings target locals, combining fresh ingredients with exceptional value to meet their taste preferences and expectations.

Start your feast with one of Genji-M's refreshing salads, including a Salmon Salad (L) or a sharply flavored Seasoned Sashimi Salad (R) with distinct Korean spices. 

A steaming hot bowl of Miso Soup completes your set of starters before the arrival of the unlimited sushi and sashimi.

The Sushi Platter arrives, with a variety of fresh sushi including Salmon, Tuna, Tamago (egg), Cuttlefish, and Mackerel. Other choices include Tuna Tataki, Octopus, Squid, Crab Stick, Shrimp, and Flying Fish Roe. For the Umlimited Premium offering, additional choices include Unagi, Uni (sea urchin roe), and Tuna Belly.

Distinct Korean flavors are infused in the sushi platter, including the Samgyubsal (grilled pork on rice wrapped with nori or seaweed) and Baked Tofu for a creative fusion of Japanese and Korean flavors. Once you saple the initial selection, you can then order other sushi varieties as part of the unlimited offering at Genji-M.

A sampler of Genji-M's maki and assorted rolls were then served, including the popular California Maki and Tuna Maki rolled in nori.

Genji-M's unique Kimchi Roll combines the sharp flavors of this Korean favorite in a Japanese roll for distinct flavors. Other choices include Salmon, Cucumber, Pickled Radish, Tuna, Salmon, Crabstick, Vegetable and Cheese.

But Chef Park isn't done yet. A fifteen year veteran in the restaurant business, Chef Park serves more of his fusion makis and rolls, including the Bulgogi Maki, tender barbecued beef strips on vinegared sushi rice  wrapped in nori. Innovative, fun, comfortingly familiar yet new and different, Chef Park's creative take on Japanese-Korean fusion maki and rolls make dining at Genji-M special.

The Samgyubsal is yet another of Chef Park's unique sushi creations, combining the delicate flavors of grilled pork with rice and nori.

Then, there's the Spam Sushi, with tender strips of Spam lightly caramelized with a torch, on rice and wrapped in Nori. Spam, on a rice roll and nori...perfect.

Genji-M's Sashimi selection includes fresh Tuna, Salmon, Lapu-Lapu, Tuna Belly, Mackerel, Octopus, Cuttlefish, and Blue Marlin. Pair your all-you-can-eat feast with Korean soju, beer, sake or wine to complete the experience. Genji-M's owner, Sam Lee, believes that quality and exceptionally value repositions his rebranded restaurant between high-end Japanese restaurants and the typical conveyor belt all-you-can-eat sushi chains. A consultant in Corporate Social Responsibility by profession, Sam Lee plans to hold fundraising nights on a monthly basis to support NGOs and other advocacies. Long-term, Sam Lee envisions opening a branch staffed by the disabled, another of his personal advocacies.

Quality and exceptional value. For as low as P 399, you can go for unlimited sushi and rolls and more at Genji-M. Works for me. Hungry? 

Genji-M is located at 845 Kalayaan Avenue corner Makati Avenue next to St. Giles Hotel or call 804-2883 for reservations. Visit or for more information and updates. Want a free meal coupon at Genji-M? Check out their Facebook page...

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