Take a ride on a Shinkanshen bullet train. Destination: Spectacular Sushi!!!
Kids these days. They really have it so good. All the conveniences, all the gadgets, all the connectivity, all the gourmet choices available to them, anytime and anywhere. Case in point: Japanese food. When I was a child, my generation basically had two choices for tempura and all other delights Japanese. Oh, let me be clear, I’m not complaining, because Kimpura and Kamameshi House were really quite special and unforgettable, and today, decades later, they’re still around and still serving excellent dishes. But I recall that trips to these restaurants back then were major excursions, never casual decisions. And as such, they were always special occasions. These days? Japanese dishes --- from ramen to sushi and everything in between --- can be found in every single mall and food court in the Philippines. So the decision point for families now is not whether or not to dine on Japanese food, but the question is: where? More and more, the answer will come not from the parents, but from the discriminating palates of their children. And when it comes to Japanese? The kids’ clamor, more often than not, is for Genki Sushi.
It’s a super fun restaurant concept that could only have come from Japan; ultra-high tech presentation meets classic cooking techniques. The most striking aspect of Genki Sushi is the ordering/ serving system. Menu selection is made via
02 02 1 Hana Sushi2 Sushi Desserts3 Kousoku Express Train System4 Spam Tamago5 Genki Sushi SM Aura Interiors6 Chicken Wings Taberu Layu7 Genki Sushi Selection