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9/19/2013

Authentic Japanese Rolls at Tsuru

Day 1 of DFAT 2013 was truly a day of firsts as it was my first time to dine at Tsuru. (What a shame, lol!) Tsuru has been serving authentic Japanese cuisine since 1990, and for 23 years and counting, they have been a true haven for those who want to have a taste of Japan in the heart of Davao City.

During our stop, they showed us their latest offering of flavorful Japanese rolls: Volcano, Crazy Maki, Tsuru and Godzilla rolls. Their presentation was so inviting that we couldn't wait to take a bite of these delightful dishes. (Of course, we were that patient to wait for several minutes while co-bloggers took turns to take shots and snaps for our respective blogs)

So here they are, feast your eyes on rolls that are truly Japanese:

My plate is feeling Japanese: Crazy Maki, Godzilla, and Tsuru rolls
Volcano Roll :  Salmon, spring onions with Japanese mayonnaise  (Photo credits to Kulay Potograpiya)



Crazy Maki : Kani sticks topped with tempura bits

Tsuru Roll: Salmon, kani and cream cheese

Godzilla Roll: A fusion of mango, avocado, tuna and salmon with ebi tempura 
Moreover, Tsuru has good news for everyone! Experience their bestseller dishes during paydays as they offer Grand Japanese Buffet every 15th and 30th of the month at their Abreeza Mall branch.


To contact Tsuru for bookings, reservations, catering, table service and outdoor seating, follow their Facebook page at www.facebook.com/tsurujapaneserestaurant

You may also contact Japanese Restaurant and Sushi Bar at their branches at:

Main - J. Camus St  
Tel # (082)-221 0901

Abreeza Branch - Ground floor, Ayala Abreeza Mall 
Tel # (082)-284 1134

Damosa Branch - Damosa Gateway, Lanang 
Tel # (082) 233 0501

19 comments:

  1. oh myyy yummy! I can eat sushi, sashimi and other japanese dishes 24/7 so let me go there! :) It's interesting though that most of these seem to be a fusion of different cuisines, I can't find reference to them in my Japanese original sushi list. but this is foodgasm at it's best! YUMM!!

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  2. I love California rolls. I prefer this over the raw sushi.

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  3. Oh my! These Japanese treats are so yummy-looking! I can't even remember the last time I had sushi!!! My husband's allergic to seafood and most Japanese food has seafood in it, so we don't often have trips to Japanese restos. But I would love to eat there.

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  4. Wow, just the presentation makes me full already. Looks droolicious!

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  5. ahhh, such yumminess! I love rolls, and sashimi too

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  6. Wow, I love sushi.. and I love their presentation! I should check this place out when in Davao.

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  7. Those are so yummy and I love Japanese Food.

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  8. My college friends and I went to a Japanese restaurant last time and had in our order this maki. We have never known some of the foodies they served. The godzilla roll is a must have when we'll be coming back.

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  9. Wow looks delicious! Ahhh.. wish I'm also adventurous when it comes to food.. honestly I have not tried those foods before except for that Maki. yay

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  10. Fave jud nako ang California Maki! :)

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  11. japanese buffet! this is something i wished we could have here in our city.
    my mouth waters seeing all those beautiful japanese dishes.

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  12. Looks Yummy! my mouth literally waters! Pasama sa DFAT 2014 hahaha

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  13. All I can say is.. I envy those individuals who like Japanese foods. Me, hate Japanese dish that much.

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  14. nice! another japaness resto in Davao, which i bet there will be plenty who will be loving that place.

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  15. I wanna go to that place right now! Japanese buffet is worth it for those who love Japanese cuisines! I do! :)

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  16. It's great that you were part of the DFAT 2013. I've never been to Davao but I've heard so many great things about it, especially when it comes to cleanliness and peace situation. Hope one day, I'll be able to travel there. As for the food, what I like about Japanese food is that they're always so visually appealing. I'd like to try that crazy maki.

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  17. I learned to eat and love Japanese cuisines only for two years now and since then, I have always craved for it. Just one look at the photos here makes me want to devour more!

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  18. wow, I love Japanese foods...and I will be definitely happy to be there! And these deal sounds really great. All the rolls looks so yummy, now I'm craving for some sushi...:)

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  19. The volcanoe and godzilla rolls look awesome and yummy too!!;)

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