Tsuru: The First Japanese Restaurant in the City

After the wonderful time spent at Mam Bebs Bakeshop, DFAT 2013 participants went to the second stop for the Davao Food Appreciation Tour which was at Tsuru Japanese Restaurant and Sushi Bar. The branch we visited was the one located at the ground floor of Abreeza Mall.

Did you know that Tsuru is the first and longest running Authentic Japanese restaurant in Davao? It has been satisfying the cravings of every Davaoeños for authentic Japanese food since 1990. It opened its first and main branch at J. Camus Street. According to the owner, they take pride in using fresh and authentic Japanese ingredients for their dishes. During our stay at Tsuru, the team served their best-sellers sushi rolls. Check 'em out!

Crazy Maki


Crazy Maki is a sushi with tempura bits and kani sticks. It is available for only Php 185.

Tsuru Roll


The Tsuru roll is a sushi with salmon, kani and cream cheese. It is topped with tempura bits and teriyaki sauce. This roll is available at Php 250 per plate.

Godzilla Roll



The Godzilla roll is one of my favorites! It's a sushi rolled with avocado, salmon and raw tuna. Each platter can be purchased for only Php 295.


Volcano Roll



The Volcano Roll is a sushi wrapped with salmon, spring onions, chili oil and mayo with Tsuru's special sauces. The price is only Php 250.


Spending a night or the weekend at this place is a great idea. You can order for the best sushi rolls and at the same time, enjoy your favorite drinks! 

Current promotions of Tsuru:
☺Happy Hour at 2:00-5:00PM
Buy 1, Take 1 on Maki

☺Weekend Promo
20% OFF when you dine between 10AM-2PM
Applicable on Saturday and Sunday only

Operating Hours:
Monday to Sunday 
11:00am to 2:00pm for lunch
5:30pm to 11:00pm for dinner

Contact number:
(+63 82) 221-0901

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TsuruJapaneseRestaurantAndSushiBar

Thank you, Tsuru!

11 comments:

  1. I am not really into Japanese foods but the picture you posted and the way you describe it make me wanna try it, albeit the food is quite pricey.

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  2. This is something worth visiting and dining at when I finally set my foot in Davao. I love Japanese food, so this will certainly complement my palate for asian food.

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  3. the foods looks yummy.. but actually, i don't eat Japanese food

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  4. The volcano roll looks yummy, do they have branch in Manila?

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  5. Not really a big fan of sushi but everything else looks good. I'm sure you had fun during that food tour and trip.

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  6. I like Japanese food since they do have light meals alternative. The place look really cozy and a nice restaurant to visit.

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  7. those rollz looks so amaxing and different too! haven't seen anything close to that ever! Love the godzilla rolls!

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  8. Definitely, I am not a Japanese food digger, but what the restaurant offers seems deli. Hope the price is affortable.

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  9. Ang sarap ng mga sushi. Davao is a great place to visit plus they have good food too.

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  10. I want the volcano roll.. nyam!
    Im not into raw fish,so I guess the crazy maki is good for me

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  11. I'm a big fan of Japanese Cuisine! I'm gonna love the Crazy Maki for sure! =)

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