Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, many who are stuck at home diverted our energy to our barely tapped kitchen hobbies, paving the way for several food trends! Over the past few months, we saw the rise of dalgona coffee, ube cheese pandesal, and the like.

The latest craze? Sushi bakes. But instead of rolls or nigiri, it is baked in a pan and you eat it by taking a spoonful and wrapping it in a piece of nori. It’s like a baked sushi casserole! If you have no kitchen skills or time but you want to give this mouthwatering creation a try, here are some places where you can get it.

Kurimi Sushi Bakes

Kurīmī is the Japanized form of the word “creamy”, just like how Kurimi Sushi Bakes make their version of baked sushi. They started selling baked sushi online when it became a trend, but they made sure they offer something different.

Kurimi’s sushi bakes are made with kani mix, cheese sauce, along with the usual ingredients. Aside from that, they give customers an option to customize their baked sushi by having add ons and options like making it spicy, with less cheese sauce or torched. Kurimi’s baked sushi comes in 4 different tray sizes.

Menu:

  • Sampler Pan (Good for 1)- P 250 w/ 4g Nori pack
  • Solo (Good for 1-2)- P350 w/ 4g Nori pack
  • Sampler Tray (Good for 3-5)- P650 w/ 12g Nori pack
  • Regular Tray (Good for 4-6)- P750 w/ 12g Nori pack

ADD-ONS

Uni tops (Available on Tuesdays starting June 30)
Sampler- P50
Solo- P70
Sampler Tray- P100

Salmon Tops
Sampler- P50
Solo- P70
Sampler Tray- P100

Mango tops
Sampler- P20
Solo- P30
Sampler Tray- P50

To order, send them a message via their Facebook page or Instagram account.


Sushi Bomb Mnl

Another online store that recently opened is Sushi Bomb Mnl. They are located in Paranaque, beside NAIA Terminal 3. They offer 3 different flavors of baked sushi:

  • Classic, made with kani and tobiko
  • Mango which has kani, mango, and tobiko
  • Salmon that has kani, baked salmon, and tobiko

Sushi Bomb Mnl delivers via Grab, Lalamove, and Mr. Speedy.

Here’s how to order:

  1. Send them a message through viber ( 09054285786) with these details: name, order, address, phone number, and preferred pick-up date and time.
  2. Wait for confirmation.
  3. Pay through Gcash or Metrobank.
  4. Wait until your order is ready and book a delivery dervice.

Note that orders must be made 1 day ahead.

Here are their prices:

Classic
S (8x4x2)- P450 (400g)
M(8x8x2)- P820 (800g)
L(11x8x4)- P1,350 (1,500g)

Mango
S (8x4x2)- P450 (400g)
M(8x8x2)- P820 (800g)
L(11x8x4)- P1,350 (1,500g)

Salmon
S (8x4x2)- P450 (400g)
M(8x8x2)- P820 (800g)
L(11x8x4)- P1,350 (1,500g)

You may also check their Instagram account.


Oomori Japanese Cusine

A Japanese restaurant in Banawe St., Quezon City, Oomori also offers baked sushi. They offer four different flavors and they also have a 4-in-1 flavor which is perfect if you want to try everything.

Oomori also allows you to choose your own combination of flavors. Their baked sushi comes in a 12”x10” tray size that is good for 5-6 people. Oomori is open daily except Thursdays from 11am to 4pm.

Menu:

  • California- P1450
  • Salmon Truffle- P1300
  • Salmon Teriyaki- P1300
  • Wasabi Cheese Melt- P1200
  • 4in-1(all flavors)- P1450

Here’s how to order:

  1. Go to www.oomori.online.
  2. Click on the main menu icon.
  3. Go to order here section.
  4. Choose your orders.
  5. Select a date & time for your pick-up or delivery.
  6. Choose if you want to pick up your order or have it delivered.
  7. Choose GCash payment, even for bank bank transfers.
  8. Go to ‘Bank Transfer Details’ on the Main Menu under ‘Order Here’ for the payment instructions.

Note: Oomori recommends that you order ahead of time.

If your address is invalid, it means they cannot deliver to your area. However, you can have it delivered through a delivery service of your choice (e.g. Grab, Lalamove) If you want this option, choose pick-up and book your delivery service on your selected pick-up schedule.

Check their Instagram page for more info.



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