With over 2,500 stores worldwide, Sukiya is Japan’s leading gyudon chain that is finally opening its very first outlet in the Philippines! Its first store opened in Yokohama, Japan in 1982, and the brand began expanding overseas in 2008. Sukiya is known for its affordable price points when it comes to authentic Japanese food, without compromising quality.
The first Philippine outlet is located on the second floor of Glorietta 2, beside Miniso, and it will open to the public starting tomorrow, November 24! They will be open daily, from 11am to 10pm during Mondays to Fridays, and 10am to 10pm during Saturdays and Sundays. They will be offering their menu for dine-in and takeout.
Affordable Food, Different Sizes
Their menu has a good mix of ala carte and combo meals, both at very reasonable price points! Your P200 goes a long way in this restaurant, as a bowl of Gyudon starts at P125 and an order of their Yakisoba noodles will only cost you P89. You can even upgrade your bowls and a la carte choices to any of their Value Price Combos, to add on green veggies, fries, or chicken popcorn paired with miso soup or iced tea.
Another great thing about Sukiya is their different portion sizes. Their Gyudon and other bowls and rice dishes are available in different sizes — S, M, L, and XL — so you can choose the size that matches your hunger level!
Gyudon is the signature dish, featuring imported USA beef thinly sliced with onion, simmered in their signature sweet and savory sauce, on top of rice. The classic gyudon is also offered in different flavors and toppings if you want to put a spin on it. Aside from gyudon, there’s Japanese beef curry rice, yakitori and yakiniku bowls, grilled pork bowls, unagi bowls, and yakisoba. Here’s a look at more dishes waiting for you at Sukiya when it opens:
Sukiya will open its first outlet in the Philippines at Glorietta 2 on Wednesday, November 24. For more information on Sukiya Philippines, visit www.sukiya.ph and follow them on Facebook and Instagram.