SumoSam in the City

Yesterday, I was one of the bloggers who attended the Dine and Chat with Marvin Agustin at SumoSam's newest branch in the city. Together with other Davao bloggers and media, we welcomed the Legacy of Sumo Sam in SM Lanang Premier. 

In this post, you will see the different videos taken by Chic Foodie during the event:

1. The Sushi Cutting


Instead of the traditional ribbon cutting ceremony, Marvin Agustin wanted to make the opening more interesting by introducing Sushi Cutting! After finishing the slices, he added some ingredients to make the Sushi more delicious. When I tasted one, I said to myself, "This is really good and I'd surely get more the next time I visit Sumo Sam branches."

2. The Legacy SumoSam


Mr. Carlo Lorenzana, Marvin Agustin and Raymund Magdaluyo shared their insights about the SumoSam branches in the city. These three men make SumoSam not just an ordinary Japanese restaurant. When it comes to Japanese casual dining, Sumo Sam is the place to be. The answer on the question on which branch to visit depends on your location. Take note: There are three branches of Sumo Sam in the city: SM Lanang Premier, Abreeza Ayala Mall and SM Annex.

3. Foods on the Table


Thank you so much Sumo Sam for preparing a wonderful Japanese feast! Before we enjoyed the meals prepared for the guests, Chef Gemma Heradurra gave a short introduction about the foods served on the table. As she mentioned, "California Maki" is the all-time favorite and I agree with her because it's my fave too! The combination of the Mango and Crab Meat makes it irresistible.

P.S. Watch out for my next post for the food photos and reviews! I will also provide more information about The Legacy of Sumo Sam on the said blog entry. Thank you.

18 comments:

  1. pretty much interesting, no wonder i seldom see Marvin in movies, for he focused himself into business...thanks for sharing, hope i could have the chance to try one when we visit PI someday...

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    1. You should, Sis! And make sure to order the Maki! They have good California Maki :)

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  2. How about the price - it is affordable?

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    1. The price is not really that affordable nor expensive :) I guess, katamtaman lang because the foods are really good. I mean, worth it talaga!

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  3. This is such a treat. I would love to see Marvin Agustin in person too. I've seen him before at ABS CBN Manila. He's good looking in person in my opinion.

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  4. Your write up says so many good things about the place. I haven't eaten there yet but would note that on our next visit back home. And lucky you for having the opportunity to sit with the guys who are the reason why Sumo Sam is existing! Lucky!

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    1. I don't have any bad thing to say about the place because it's absolutely great! :)

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  5. Very nice videos. Now I believed that Sumo Sam is indeed a fine food chain.

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  6. I do love sushi and a lot of Jap foodies. I wish they'd open a branch soon in Gensan. ~Tulo laway mode ~

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    1. Oh yes ate Lains! I forgot to mention that on my post. SumoSam will open one branch at SM GenSan..

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  7. So, this is reason why Marvin isn't on the limelight anymore. Though, this is a great venture... most artists and tv personalities go for business after their career slows down.

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  8. we love Japanese food, I wish I can try Sumo Sam someday. :) always great to see entertainer who knows how to invest their money well...

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  9. Good for you Algene you've done your assignment na.. me not yet.. hahaha.. it was awesome meeting Marvin :) see you around.

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  10. how cool! what a great opportunity for you guys!

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  11. I do love Japanese food and one of my fave is shrimp tempura and sushi with Japanese wasabi so yummy :)

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  12. Ahh! Davao bloggers are sure very busy these days. Many events! :)

    And everything looks good here. ♥

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